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ellis wrote: "This is are much loved sport, the manufacturers shouldn't have the last word, we should! We buy the bikes and the sponsors products because we love racing. MotoGP is boring and needs fixing but not by complicating it, it needs simplifying. If costs are 2much don't restrict this and restrict that give them a budget cap and give the bikes back to the riders." Absolutely! And by giving the bikes (by which i assume you mean control of the bikes) back to the riders, this means that you HAVE to take away the Software, and seal the ECU's with a universal single map IMo. let the teams & rider set up the bike the old fashioned-way as a compromise for the lap/race, and then its up to the rider to mnake the best use of what he has on the day. That'd improve the racing at a stroke I think (so the factory teams would hate it).



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