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I agree with Lin Jarvis. I quit following MotoGP after a couple of races last year for many different reasons.
One of them is that MotoGP hardly can be called a World Championship. The riders as well as the races seem more like a 4-country cup between Italy-Spain-USA-Australia, and if MotoGP wants to make it more global like F1 or WTCC it needs to have only one race in Spain and Italy and more races spread out to the countries Jarvis mentions. You can justify several races in the US because of the size of the country and the spread of the tracks in different states, but there are way way too many races in Europe.
After that is fixed this whole CRT-rule is utter rubbish. I would rather prefer to watch 12 proper prototypes from proper manufacturers than extra bikes where nobody have ever heard of the brands and because the riders only come with money rather than talent.