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@ RyanJG Your posts cover the crux of the matter. Factory teams with power of attorney over their satellite and customers means no proper racing. Yet there are still the blinkers that MotoGP MUST have Mfr teams. WHY must it? With private teams only there is no need to pander to Teams like HRC who threaten to walk if they don't get things their way. So you can have equality. So you can attract new teams and new sponsors and attract fans and viewers as it is proper competitive fair Racing. It's not just idealistic stuff. It's also the stuff of financial viability and sustainability without dependence on Factory teams throwing their weight about and making MotoGP a closed shop and inhibiting its expansion.



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