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given that a german manufacturer IE BMW have just pulled out of WSBK the panagale is a pile of pants and Ducati being a terrible Moto GP brand how long will Audi pile money after Bad? they have made no progress this year and have been shamed by GRT bikes i wouldnt be surprised if Audi pulled the plug and concentrated on the audi 24 Hour le mans , I cant see how the selling of bikes which allegedly depends on the GP brand will make a blind bit of difference to AUDI who lets be honest manufacture superb cars. If it aint winning it aint worth the coin............



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