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single control tires can fly somewhat in GPs, even though you would end up with bikes that look and behave very similarly (monoculture) Its pretty unrealistic to think that multiple production makes will be able to compete fairly in that environment, especially when there is a serious limitation on what can be done to the bikes after after they come off the assembly line.
Just look at 2011 and Yamaha, best bike by miles, couldnt go any where during the races, at least with respect to its true potential. 2011 the tires were geared for the Ducati, this year the balance is better, but the harder hitters like the Kawasaki are still having issues.