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@grendlehop 'So true that Repsol has basically been the same for nearly 2 decades. I think it's a little off that the Repsol brand is displayed more dominantly than that of Honda itself. It should be the manufacturer, the rider, then the main sponsor. After all, who's twisting the throttle & risking life & limb, and who built the machine? Just a thought there'
Its the main sponser that pays for the bikesand the riders salary in many cases, so its only fair that they get as much exposure as possible.
The Repsol remains reletively unchanged because its all about marketing. Its gotta be orange white and blue, and the reason it remains unchanged is so that it continues to be recognised and noticed for what it is.
Id like to see Yamaha go with the red and white livery theyve had in a few races previously.
Yamaha have a few corporate colours, red, blue, and even yellow o go at, but again depending on how much Monster are fotting the bills will depend on how the livery is determined.