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@ RSMick "TalentFan or is it Citizen Smith?
What better way is there to develope fuel economy strategies?"
How about like they do it anyway? Like by running real-world road testing using real-world engines being developed for road use?
I'm just pointing out that adoption and development of these Software strategies and fuel saving strategies in racing has no other purpose than to make it so that you need to have a massive R&D development budget and team (ergo a massive advantage) to make a racing motorcycle go round and round as fast as possible with a limited amount of fuel. So, the ones who can afford to spend enough and gather enough data and crunch it can get an advantage no-one else has a hope of getting.
So, the factories have 'won' the race before they even leave the pit for Quali in reality. Which means (as I keep pointing out) that its NOT RACING. Its more like a lot of fast televised demonstration laps.