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Lets breathe, the factories R&D departments pay the big chunk for the racing . Here they search for new avenues, new ideas and develope existing. This also provides a training bed for new engineers. Yes they can do it somewhere else, take their budget and stop racing, no fatory Motogp or WSB. What better way to develope than try to get an engine to rev at 15000rpm for 80 miles and only burn 20 litres of fuel, at the same time get you bike round the track faster than anyone else. It involves everyone from composites down to Bridgestone, why do you think Bridgestone provide for free? The software guys are leaning off the power and fuel when it is not necessary, something the rider cannot do, without this they would not make the end of the fuel wise and probably physically. (Christ the edit window is bad on this)



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