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I think Tetly has the right idea, the biggest critisism Dorna can face is taking the eye of the ball in late 90's and allowing manufacturers there leasing plan. They should have maintained the path of manufacturers supplying production racers as they did with the Yam and NSRV's. Before that manufacturers used to supply a wealth of TZ's RG's and RS's, kwack had a go but were their usual self. They should have taken control of the rules earlier, but hey thats exactly the path Flamini took or more so whatever Ducati want, I am sure we would have ended up with 2 litre twins.
WSB does not have global pull that people believe, only here a little in Italy and maybe Shamorone in the states. Why here? mainly because we cannot win Motogp.
WSB sanction fees are 20% of Motogp and a couple 20% less than that. Yet they still struggle to sell rounds and the fans who rave about it so much don't turn up. There were twice as many people at Silverstone on Motogp Friday as WSB Sunday.