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I dont want to sound condescending ...
But you obviously have an agenda & some association with Dorna / MotoGP that you jump to their defense whenever they are called into question on here.
My views on the subject aren't blinkered, but this is a forum with limited space. I could write you a whole thesis on the problems, but when you cut it down to the bone ... Dorna have been in charge of MotoGP for ages & the sport is no better for it - even during the years where money was flush.
If F1, the PGA tour, etc were run like Dorna run MotoGP, they would also be in sh*t. Their standard "go to" to try improve the sport has always been to change the rules.
WSBK has just seen 2-3 brilliant years of racing, so the sporting regs are not at fault. Dorna just needs to find a way to sell that package now, coz it's already a winner.
MotoGP regs at the moment are a complete shambles though. You'd need a second hand car salesman to sell that package to the world media. Like him or not,