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im telling you mate the day the top riders are on production based machines is the day MOTOGP is no more...
its never going to happen...not as long as you have a hole in you watsit.
what theyll end up riding is factory teams as normal and customer spec machines like honda is developing at the moment ... yamaha will lease engines as theyve already stated.
the day honda arent allow to engineer a faster race bike is the day honda will quit motogp.
imo ...stock ECU (without traction and electronic gizmos) perhaps a rev ceiling to prelong engine life and keep costs down will get motogp back to what it used to be ...