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There was a time when F1 was worth zip & couldnt sell the TV rights.
They didnt keep changing the technical rules to try fix it, they built a commercial model around the teams & the show.
They reached billions of new people that mostly irritated me because yesterday hey knew nothing about F1, now were suddenly 'fans' ... but they helped sell the product.
Now whether they change their rules or not teams still operate with budgets in the hundred of millions & have a share of a big pie.
Dorna is supposed to be a "Commercial" rights holder, but they have done a lousy job if MotoGP is in its current state, why ... coz theyre too involved in fiddling with technical rules to try fix a problem that needs a business solution.
Their job is to create a massive demand for whatever the FIM decides is technically suitable to any current market. They're not doing that though.