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No I'm saying these classes need to be seriously reorganised and POLICED to make them affordable so the public gets to actually see talent make it. The big budget set ups would then be more to with the teams running themselfs as advertising companies and they can make as much as they want but because of class rules this has no benefit to the equipment. That the little guy with talent and his mate as mechanic is still able to show case themself with the aim to ride for one of the big teams as a career. You see that way eveyone would end up a winner, and all of the so called professional riders who also just happen to have lots of cash, would have a problem because they couldnt use it to buy results. And also nor could these so called team managers exploiting everybody be able to run in the same way, If they wanted to earn they would have to pay for the talent to get results and sell advertising. Who knows maybe then in an ideal world the organisers would have to put a bit back.