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A WC that really looks like it'll be decided by regs and rules that make NO sense - completely illogical. If there's a need to slow down bikes for safety or to save having to make massive track investment - fine. But limits CAN enhance the racing by putting the power back to the rider to make the difference - but not this nonsense. It is illogical to have strict engine quantity restrictions while having unlimited revs, huge scope with electronics and limited fuel - these things are at odds not in harmony (esp. big revs & limited fuel), and so vast resources (HRC) and VERY exotic & costly engines are needed to maximise potential within very tight constraints. MGP is now just a platform for flexing big wallets and engineering muscles, and to hell with the racing competition. With the series going to the dogs and to BT Sport then I'm not sure I'll be watching this sorry farce next season.



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