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@ RSmick At the end, you have two people here who are motorcycle fans. Two people who watched the races and heard half an hour of commentary about the addition of the starter motors. Against ONE who has DOUBTS... It happened. Just because you didn't hear it, it doesn't make it untrue! It is rather childish of you to attack our knowledge / mental ability when all you have is your opinion, and we BOTH heard the same story!!! BTW "The new single-bike rule has led many teams to fit their bikes with small starter motors to allow for a quick return to the pits in the case of a small off. Kawasaki is one of the few teams without one." From motomatters



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