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to my way of thinking Dorna only took over WSBK with idea of eventually scrapping it ,so as to bolster more interest in MOTO GP( which I think is way behind for entertainment value,not including Moto 2 and 3 as there is some excellent racing in both those classes)but sadly the big class is mostly lacklustre .So as I said I feel WSBK days are going to be numbered (they have already started by scrapping the superstock race and as MOTO GP is considered the blue riband of motorcycle sport to their way of thinking WSBK has to go. I really hope I'm wrong but time will tell ,but by upping the price as they have done,shows no real commitment by them