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Agree with Talentfan, If you are limiting the cost of the whole bike why limit engines? Long-life engines are more expensive. The total cost of this type of engine must be less than the cost of replacing regular competitive engines over a season to be a cost savings. Has anyone done a study on this, I doubt it. This is another way the manufacturers hype leasing and make big profits off teams. Leasing is always a money making deal for the manufacturers and a bad idea for the sport. Any good team should be able to maintain their engines, this is a world championship after all.



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