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RSMick & Bikenut. I appreciate your comments.
What I'm on about is that MotoGP is generally accepted as being the premier 'F1' of mororcycle sport. So, if bike racing is ever to reach, interest and 'grab' new fans, then MotoGP is the benchmark by which ALL bike racing will be judged. Why? Because its the series that most potential new fans would tune in to view before any other.
And, as a 'show' and competitive spectacle with grit and personality we all know that MotoGP is failing badly.
The VR Show hid that from many for a while perhaps, but (just like F1 badly needed and got) MotoGP badly needs to be a lot more involving for the television viewer - and so far I'm not seeing that there's any real initiatives and innovation to the rules and the bikes that is going to do anything about that.
Making the racing better (which tends to mean evening up the performance disparity and putting more control in the hands of the pilot) is part of a much bigger picture IMO.