Wosi, you're right!
I did indeed have a lapse of humour, and I apologise. Normally, your attempts to twist the facts to suit your argument results in superbly risible stuff, I must have been off my oats.
Let's re-cap, shall we? a top speed advantage determines the outcome of the race - so as long as one can find evidence that a specific bike is faster than another one, it will obviously win. The actual speeds obtained in the race are irrelevant - as long as the bike is capable of a higher top speed, it must de facto win. It doesn't matter that the 'evidence' isn't even from the same track, weekend, country..
So why the heck do they hold a race anyway? What a waste of everybody's time and effort. Surely Dorna could simply look up the charts, rank all the bike/rider combinations in order of top speed and get on with the post 'race' celebrations which are the really important thing.
All those nasty little problems of rider ability (as a rider, rather than as an all-round entertainer and comedian) would go away! 'Race' fans could vote a rider off the tribe! Forum trolls would determine the series outcome! Rossi will still be rolling in those WCs when he's 75!
I think you're onto something seriously (I mean, humorously) good here, Wosi - go for it! Power to the keyboard, damn the historians, full speed ahead and up the guts with bags of smoke.