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Yes within the current rules (many of which were proposed by a factory and adopted by Dorna to keep them happy) then we have to accept that HRC & Yam cannot be beaten. If this situation is allowed to remain, then it can only be a matter of time before Audi get fed up and Suzuki abort. It makes no sense to spend millions in a series where the environment makes it impossible to win so therefore your brand gets negative exposure as an also-ran. So - time to draw a line under it and say, well done HRC & Yam - you've won. Time for a completely new challenge and set of technical regs which open the game up for a 'new' MotoGP where new teams and sponsors want to be as they have a genuine opportunity. If it keeps going like this it can only stagnate and haemorrhage teams, fans, sponsors and support.

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