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Am I alone in this. Dorna takes another page out of Bernie Ecclestone's guide book to "improving the spectacle" with a qualifying system similar to F1 and what does it do? Puts more pressure and less time for the riders to qualify in difficult conditions that results in four factory riders having accidents with the potential for two of them to have been extremely serious. Doesn't Dorna get it? Motogp isn't F.1 Their is no crash tested safety cell to help the riders survive a high speed accident. Wouldn't Dorna have egg on its face if four of the factory riders, all potential championship contenders, were unable to race in the GP. Make that potentially five not on the grid with Colin Edwards accident.