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MotoGP is stagnating and Dorna have sat on there ass for far too long cracking their knuckles and watching the checks come in. Rather than promoting the sport, they concentrate on making sure that they get paid, that there digital rights are uncompromised and that the rule book is in an ever changing state so that no manufacturer would want to join the party. A stable rules package and a few lessons from NASCAR about promoting the sport would surely help. BMW, Aprilia, Kawasaki, KTM etc are avoiding MotoGP like the plague right now because it is not a viable marketing tool for their brands. With Nicky being shown the door, Colin likely nearing the end of his career and Ben Spies a question mark they could be marching forward with no Americans at all for the first time in decades. With 3 races now in the US that seems rather tenuous to me.