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We already know who really are the best riders in MotoGP. Take a look at all riders career achievements pre-Motogp. I give you a hint, the riders with the most successful careers pre-Motogp, are exactly the same riders that are occupying all the Factory seats now. It amazes me that people actually think that the riders towards the back of the grid that did very little or next to no consistent winning prior to Motogp, are somehow gonna start winning numerous races and titles if they were on factory bikes now. They wouldn't !
Repsol maybe the Title Sponsor of the Factory works Honda, but they don't get to decide how much support Honda gives to their other Teams. If that was the case, Valentino wouldn't have wiped the floor with Okada and Criville in his first Motogp season in 2000, when he wasn't part of the official works Team. There is a much more simple solution for Repsol anyway, they can just either decide to start sponsoring certain riders teams if they wish(which is e