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@ petrolbonce As for the influence on directon and policy you allude to in your post, then I'm with you that this politicking is why Ezplezeta is basically powerless to stop the Factories getting their way.
Which brings it around again - the factories commercial agendas have to by definition go against the best interests of Racing. They don't want competition by nature. Racing DEPENDS on competition. This has to mean that manufacturer's are fundamentally bad for MotoGP. The series has no real depth of field and is rigged (e.g. ask Fausto Gresini if he can beat a Repsol).
Its a small leap from there to working out that MotoGP needs rules that foster close racing - which has to mean independent teams not factories. Why? Independents need competitive racing and a good spectacle to attract sponsors, and MotoGP needs it for the TV money and the fans. Just my opinion.