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The modern MotoGP anyway is a development blind alley, and NO USE really as a development tool for Mfrs, EXCEPT in MotoGP. If they say that it is, it has to be a big fat lie IMO. Why do I say this? 1. Pneumatic Valves (no use anywhere else) 2. Very High rpm motors (ditto) 3. Carbon Brakes (ditto) 4. Electronic systems that adjust for a specific lap at maximum speed (within the fuel limit - DITTO) I'm sure there are more examples. All these things have in common is the fact that away from the track they have no commercial & practical application on a motorcycle. So, why don't the Mfr's agree to ban them as they serve no purpose? The only answer can be because by retaining them HRC /Yam hold unassailable advantages with their resources that they want to keep. Without them, they KNOW a CRT could compete, and take away their headlines.



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