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The more the merrier.
Some great points from ktm limiting engines per season is not the way to go it is more expensive to develop a long lasting high performance race eengine than it is to build multiple high performance race engines. Some of the cost cutting measures such as suspension and brakes are a step forward for the series but it will be a fine line in other areas such as electronics but a spec ecu and limiting electronics staff per rider will make cheaper and more or less even.
In terms of manufacturer involvement in racing in terms of national seriesfactory teams dominate where they choose is the best market for that company to promote themselves. This has led to our current situation where we have factory efforts in national series of varying degress and none of them can even hope to come to WSBK level due to WSBK losing it's identity in chasing laptimes and dominance by other factory efforts.