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The reason why the whole paddock is full of Spanish riders is because the majority of the best riders now come from Spain. The seeds were sown back in 1998 when CEV Buckler(now CEV Repsol) championship was created which is tehir national chamionship. Almost all motogp/Moto2/Moto3 riders we know of today raced in the CEV at one point of their careers, and that includes british riders like Redding and Smith. It's pointless whining about how many spaniards are in Motogp, as Spain probably invests more into Motogp than any other country put together. If other countries want to challenge that dominance, they need to build up an infrastructure for young riders to be groomed that matches the spanish one.