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@Nick 636 - you are both right and wrong (smiley face)
You're right we didn't see much of the satelite bikes who dropped off the pace and the CRT bikes , but there wasn't much happening there, either. Your comment does, however, confirm my opinion that Dorna's claim that smaller grids give more exposure for sponsors is unfounded.
I still maintain that fuller grids will produce more fights and the cameras will be drawn to them. However, if there are fights at the front they will naturally get more coverage than fights mid-field.
My bottom line is that Dorna should welcome Kawa and Suzuki, and even Aprilia and BMW, rather than making it difficult for them to get a grid slot.
I also think there's nothing wrong with a one-year initial contract for non-current teams to evaluate how they compare with the top dogs and whether they wish to continue.