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Bradl is with an underachieving team who cant setup a bike to save their own lives, and Bautista is on a test bike for Showa. Repsol bank HRC's factory team. YFR are poor but they have had a decisive tire advantage keeping them close and on top, Ducati are poor but never had a tire advantage in the control tire era so they suck, Honda is the best bike by at least a mile, dont blame Bradl for his lack of setup or Bautista for being used as a guinea pig. Honda Repsol will most likely be over 125 points over YFR by the end of the season, nothing Yamaha can do cause they went the wrong way with their bike in 2011, and have kept going the wrong way ever since. Bridgestone are here to get the ratings for Dorna, and DOrna want Marquez to be worshiped like the idol they are promoting him as. Pretty simple stuff actually, at least in F1 there are enough powerful interests to help keep the sport semi-legitimate, MotoGP is all about Dorna.



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