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Remember that Aprilia is still deciding on whether to make a significant presence in MotoGP. They have an amazing bike and when their pneumatic valve engine is in place it'll definitely run with the big boys. I hope they commit. Maybe Kawasaki and BMW will rejoin in 2016. There is a reason why the competition in WSBK is so much better and that's primarily the involvement of many bikes on the grid. Dorna needs to ensure that MotoGP has more than 3 factories involved since this is the pinnacle of 2-wheel racing.