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Cont - was Jack Middelburg in 1981. Pneumatic Valves? No Honda have said that so let them spend. Carbon Brake Discs? Yes Electronics that set machines up perfectly for every inch of track and every corner? Read Phil Borley interview to set up a machine perfectly is a lot rarer than you think, this is a team sport and that is a part of it. An army of data-crunching geeks writing code and algorithms? The MSMA bikes especially do if they are to get through the season on 5 engines and each race with 20 litres of fuel, but all do. We have been here before, everybody wants better economy and endurance and precise control is the way to do it. If you don't like electronics chuck the device you are writing on in the bin and along with your car and bike. As I have said to you before you want something that GP is not and never been.



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