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What most of you are saying is true to a certain degree. True F1 has been able to get the factories to supply exactly the same engines to private teams and it has worked out very well. I think that DORNA is to brand focus, I mean they let Honda and Yamaha and to a lesser degree Ducati dictate what the rules are going to be for any changes coming down the road. It is true that you need comprehension across the board, but you also need to assert yourself as the regulatory body that you are, and let the factories know, that either they comply or walk away. When I first about the CRT’s I said to myself this could be a good thing, have everyone on chassis and let them have the option to use which ever engine the factories provide. This would’ve made for closer racing even if the lap times were a little slower, but it would’ve been much more interesting to see some paint swapping and more than just one or two teams fighting for the championship. IMO.