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@ petrolbonce "It wouldn't matter how many bikes any given factory entered just so long as the races are interesting. So if the three factories we have want to enter more than four bikes each and can afford to do so, why stop them?"
My guess is this... just like Honda are trying to do anyway with their 'customer RCV' solution, Honda would exercise their Wallet (& to a lesser degree maybe Yamaha, but Yamaha don't have the same finances) and flood the grid with Honda's.
Ok - Moto2 is all Honda motors and that is a much more competitive series. So why should we care as long as its more competitive, right? Wrong. You really think Honda wouldn't be puppeteering the outcome like they do now with Gresini/Repsol, only across a much bigger portion of the field?
Whichever way i look at it - it always comes back to the fact that Factories are actually wrecking racing, & are not the benefactors they sell themselves as.