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12 riders and we are mid way November means that any potential teams are scratching for budgets and riders. You then decide to call me a 'douche' for making statements against your preferred series, thats not childish? Just look at the facts, better racing but low TV audience, low track attendance, they take 20% of gate money for sanction fee, the Indian round was given as a result of a trade with FGS superstars series. Basically IMS lost its patience with it funding ISM and Bridgepoint stepped in as its only interest is money, IF WSB was the better run series Flamini would now be running GP. They even scrapped the crazy travel fund that was available to the top 16 from the year before. If you went to either Donny or Silverstone you would see that what used to be the mainstay country of WSB has collapsed in actual attendance. Looking at the paddock at Silverstone compared to when the GP was there it was threadbare, about 5 hospitality units and the most professional Cresent Suzuki, bu



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