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Aprilia want to start making money (or at least stop losing so much) from their racing activies and continuing to invest heavily in WSBK isn't the way to do it. So they will be scaling back. This will be the last 'full on' year for WSBK before the rules are changed to make them less like CRT MotoGP bikes. WSBK used to populated by importer teams running pretty basic bikes until Ducati arrived with the first works team and loads of money. I'd imagine that importer teams running pretty basic bikes will be what it will return to.