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@ Wolfy Where is your proof that WSBK costs have spiraled? WSBK rules are pretty close to perfect at the moment. No one manufacturer has any clear advantage over others. Big money factory teams aren't able to simply outspend the others for wins. How many times this season didnt privateers beat the factory teams? Customer bikes are also very capable of winning races, & even independent underdeveloped bikes like the Pedercini Kawa's were competitive in the right hands. CRT's are racing in a class they have zero chance of winning. Their budget's could be $10 or $10 billion & it wouldnt change a thing. The biggest difference between WSBK & BSB team budgets is travel, accommodation & logistics. The equipment & personnel costs are similar. BSB is losing as many big teams as it is getting. It's no better off for "Evo" rules than it was before.



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