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I have a pretty good feeling that like the control tire, the control ecu will benefit a select few, and like Moto2, it will be impossible to know unless one is actually inspecting the firmware / sensors / circuits. More rules are ruining the sport, OEM electronics on the bike would benefit the consumer and force the racers to either used the improved electronics standard on bikes or forgo and ride all out. Traction control has the same effect as the control tire, except it has to do with who has the investment and skilled labor to get the electronics working in the best way. Get rid of the control tire, or introduce an open spec/standard with many options which are suitable for 95% of all bikes on the grid, bring in different manufacturers, etc... The control ECU will be as effective as the control TIRE, and will not help out teams, because its not the hardware, its the software and the techs who know how to get the most out of it (I believe.)



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