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People just don't seem to be getting it. This is not like even 30-years ago, when racing was a good arena for developing bikes that would be useful for the road rider. Race Bike development and tech now has been WAY beyond what is actually useable away from the track. So - continuing to say that MotoGP has to be used as a tool to develop the tech even further makes no sense. Do most bikers want to ride a bike that requires no involvement and skill at all? Something about as involving as a kitchen appliance (or a modern city car?) The focus HAS to change. No-one will want to watch a few very expensive soulless robots that effectively ride themselves. The OTT Tech has to go!



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