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this could have been avoided by a more sophisticated fire control system, unless the factory yamahs were in the same room,. if the factory yamahas were in a separate room- space the track management has some reconfiguring to do on their fire suppresion systems, they surely have the money to accomplish this,and this being a world class facilility it should be done immeadiatly,if this is the case.