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This is just another attempt by Dorna to increase their revenue from a sport they did not . and still do not, understand.
Their 2008 statement was followed, I believe, by the re-instatement of the best coverage by far, that of Eurosport, following a huge protest by fans, which led to a climb-down by Dorna.
Let's hope that there is someone involved who understands what this would mean for MotoGP - as well as less money for Dorna - as many current viewers (including me) would not be prepared to fork out extra cash to watch what would likely be one race.
If Dorna are intent on cocking up MotoGP, I shudder to think what they will do with SBK.