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Yeah but the problem is its just not the factories its the tube and the 'drama' made for television. Casey left because he saw where the sport was going, and has felt this way since errrrmmmm 2009/2010?
Whats the point in racing if one company can decide whose bike is going to be the quickest, or change the tires mid season to keep up the competition.
What guarantees are there that every rider is getting the same quality of tire? Can you tell Lorenzo that his cold tire was just like everyone else's?What is to keep anyone from committing fraud when they have so much influence and control like Bridgestone (Rossi, 2009+) or Honda (Marquez) or Yamaha (Spies).
The worst aspect of MotoGP is that it is insulting to anyone with half a brain who can see whats going on, and it promotes the suffering of peoples who are encouraged to worship heroes and buy in to the irrational bs.