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TalentFan

July 03, 2013 1:23 PM

Watch Honda get more competitive as Dorna drop their pants and instigate the 'MotoGP Rule Nonsense'.

Limited engines will mean they won't need to develop more power out of the 'Blade, as the other teams will have to come back to their level. Meanwhile, their boffins will have been crunching data with the HRC electronics (while Honda lobby Dorna to ensure they get to keep using it). Hey presto - a front-running Honda!

Rea just has to stay put, while Honda 'engineer' WSBK through Dorna's rule changes to suit their demands. Why not? Its starting to work in MotoGP. Ok its wrecking the series & the racing, but a manufacturer isn't going to be concerned about that as long as they win eh?

C'mon race fans - time to wake up and see whats happening!

TalentFan

July 03, 2013 1:32 PM

what am I on about above?

All 'factories' are BUSINESSES. Business does not want competition and a fair chance to win. They just want to WIN and crush the opposition.

Racing needs FAIR COMPETITION - its ESSENTIAL.

Therefore, Factory wants, demands and impact / influence on rules is CONTRARY, OPPOSITE & DESTRCUTIVE to THE BEST INTERESTS OF A RACING SERIES.

As long as Dorna constructs regulations to keep the manufacturer teams happy, then it'll actually damage the Racing. Which damages the competitiveness, which means teams can't get sponsors, which wrecks the spectacle, then the viewers, the sponsors, the teams, etc. WSBK is in crisis now - wait till Dorna's new 'rules' kick in!

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