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Seamless is cheap and easy with dual clutches and it has it's place on the road (Honda DCT). Banning dual clutches is what increases the costs and hands the advantage to the works teams. Pneumatic valves as far as I'm aware have no place on the road due to requiring frequent refills and yielding most of their advantages at high RPM. I have no problem with them in GP but to going along with the road development argument. Baning TC to develope useable egines and also test rider skill I agree with. What I really don't like is allowing the works teams to handicap their competitors. Selling a lower spec bike like this but also allowing teams to upgrade it with their own technology would be a step in the right direction.

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