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Vilas I think you're hitting some good points about all the electronic aids helping riders that can learn to trust them and allow them to explore the edges that normally you couldn't. Some riders, especially older ones have a difficulty in adapting as newer riders have been brought up with them making it easier for them to compete quicker at higher levels than before. It previously took 2 or more years for riders to be able to challenge at the top GP level. I believe all these electronic aids should be banned but the manufacturers are not allowing it at this point.