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@ Guna4699 "Yamaha aren't school going kids they know what they are doing and they have two of the best pilots in their team,, they know how to manage engines better,, and by the way now they are running with 3rd or 4th engine and the first two engines are not completely used up, they still can use the first two engines with sorting few problems and upgrades..." Yamaha can 'manage'? MANAGE? My point exactly right there. Yamaha cannot 'maximise' their potential, just 'manage' to get to seasons end. In a world where the minutiae of fractions of a fraction make a big difference, having to limit anything to do with your engine at this level is compromising the ability of your riders to RACE. The 5-engine rule with unlimited rpms, electronics and limited fuel is illogical and stupid. Unless you are Honda, when it suits your agenda to make as sure as you can that your greater resources will give you a big advantage to be able win at all costs eh?



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