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Have to agree BMW are a total waste of time when it comes to racing its just their way of making lots of money for themselves and once they are bored they move on and leave all their partners in the crap. BMW in WSBK is a perfect example since they joined their aim was the title they came close. So they pull their factory team and invest into the Italian team they've had some wins but its clearly not going to be enough for them with Sykes and the aprillia's in the way to take the title so they pull the plug and leave two world class rider and a very good team with nothing. But who cares at BMW because they've made loads of money off the back of the success of the S1000RR road bike through all the hype etc...



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