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It would be awesome if MotoGP was a big sport in america(as it has the ability to be despite the fact that motorcycle racing isn't that of a mainstream thing) , If anything one that that could rival the NFL, NBA, or MLB. When it come to that though, I put the blame squarely on Dorna for failing to market the sport to the wider mainstream, instead it seem to me that Dorna only care about the motorcycle-riding crowd.



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