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I have told you my solution, a business grows by adjusting its product with the times and the demand of its customers as must its vendors, it does not do that in one swing of the sword unless its on its knees, whatever way you look at it its not. It went through its low and out the other side.
When Dorna took over there were 14 bikes on the grid, the series has taken highs and lows which any good business does, any business that grows on a very steep incline sets investors in a panic.
Look at the difference between the 2 series and people who bother to post on here believed that all was brilliant at WSB because the races weren't bad, they weren't great either. However, the bikes were falling year on year, crowds were falling from a low year on year, TV coverage falling year on year, but, the promoter did nothing except give rounds away for free and sign a crazy tv contract. But never mind no money but the racing is good, (matter of opinion)