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@This is a World Championship after all
A very good (and unexpected) answer... I also note with interest that your lack of a rebuttal suggests you reluctantly acknowledge the current financial constraints on top level racing.
I actually agree that your vision of the future is not entirely without precedent! I suppose we just have to trust the powers that be to be circumspect, wise and flexible going forward. I already believe the manufacturers wish to make a new era work and hope their scruples, along with clever husbandry by the governing bodies, serve to make a fair and workable playing field for all.
Oh, and homologation should be based on percentage of volume to keep the Hondas of this world in check. We should also stop pandering to manufacturers who spit the dummy over the rules. When Ducati find they can't run a twin and be competitive, they'll need to make a four or bu@@er off... trust me, there'll be plenty of great bikes and manufacturers left.
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