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funny back in the 90s and early 2000s no one complained about SBK despite the fact that had the same level of tune (if not more) as they do today. The only difference was MotoGP had their act together so we had 2 great championships. SBK had a couple of down years but made changes to correct it. They focused on their series and not what MotoGP. Now that MotoGP has put themselves in this mess people are quick to blame SBK. that is stupid. Screwing up SBK to fix MotoGP isn't the answer. Fixing the rules (affordable prototypes) and making sure quality riders (not sponsorship riders) are on the grids is the start to resolving MotoGPs problems