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Good grief. ALL a Satellite rider can do is show he has the POTENTIAL to win on a factory bike. BS showed that on a T3 so got promoted amd won 1. Simoncelli (RIP) was another showing that promise and he was in-line to get the factory opportunity to prove it. We have to remember that the factories (es. HRC/Repsol) don't want & can physically PREVENT a satellite team from being able to beat their Factory team bikes. The Mfr's have their sealed engines in the Sat bikes, & their techs looking after them. So under orders the electronics can simply be 'detuned' for race day by a % or 2 if they want to, to restore the status quo. OR, they can simply issue orders to bully the Sat team into playing 2nd fiddle to one or both of their bikes. Or both. Don't you get it? The game is RIGGED! MotoGP is not true competition, so a Sat rider does not have a fair chance in many, many ways. MotoGP is fast, flashy, FIXED, FARCE.



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