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Seamless shift boxes have no place on the road, and allowing them in GP just hands an advantage to the works teams. IMO, seamless vs non-seamless is 2-tiers as per Proto vs CRT. Ban seamless. Ban TC. Limit revs. Less fuel for all. GP allegedly exists to discover & develop new tech for the road, so let's get bikes with useable power in more sensible rev ranges, gearboxes that work even when not on the limit, chassis & power deliveries that don't need TC, and make pneumatic valves compulsory. Then we'll have a more level playing field, better racing, and better road bikes. Giving non-works teams more fuel (and more aggressive gearboxes) is pointless when the tyres don't last as it is!