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So what your saying is that Motogp riders are made to look better with all the technology, but Sykes has proved he is good good enough because the bike is inferior even though his bike uses GPS to track within 1000mm of where it is and the software controls his throttle accordingly? Go and watch a race and just stand and look how Lorenzo puts his front wheel in the same spot lap after lap after lap, computers do not control lean angle, braking and steering. When was the racing fine when Lawson was around? you obviously listen to people and weren't watching, it was exactly the same. Either Lawson, Spener, Roberts or Mamola won, later Lawson or Gardner, Rainey or Swchwantz. There was only around 5 factory bikes then and being laped twice was not uncommon. Dorna are making bad decisions in your opinion, your not David Emmet are you? Its become totally obssesive with you. Its simple you don't like don't watch then if enough of you do the same Dorna will disappear.



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