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I guess it all comes back around to the same thing... that the rules are being designed to meet the wants and demands of the factory's, despite the fact that those rules would be to the detriment of the alleged purpose of MotoGP - which is (again) RACING.
Which brings us full circle to what I've said before... we cannot and will not ever have MotoGP as a viable and decent race series, as long as the factory's call the shots, and the rules pander to their needs, not the needs of racing.
I still remain to be convinced that, if the factory's left MotoGP, that there wouldn't be a raft of top wuality teams and technology and innovation, together with new sponsors attarcted by the potential for more affordable and FAIR, COMPETITIVE and attractive RACING to fill the gap.
F1 manages to do this very well indeed (I know its not quite the same scenario) - does the fact that its not all Factory Teams and control in F1 mean its not viable. Seems not.