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As the guy says, WSB is not production based but prototype and this was not it's intended purpose. It should be much nearer to road bikes though reading his beliefs of the direction does not make happy reading: stock engine and electronics with open chassis! Surely, the first and foremost fundamental should be a standard chassis. With this standard electronics is a great idea as will please manufacturers (purpose to race for this new development area) and benefit customers (standard stuff will be great) and improve racing (no more GPS traction control etc...). Then I think the class needs some performance balancing (like bsb?) so all road bikes don't end up revvy idiotic machines- though, I'm not certain this part is essential. Then have any further homologated parts (therefore available to the general public, perhaps even for a set cost to stop silly money being spent) only permitted that are bolt-ons. With all this, any team (or individual for that matter) can buy and build a



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