You seem a little slow on the uptake today Big Brain?
Trying a little too hard to defend the indefensible?
Tell us about the rigged voting and lies Honda told, trying to pull the wool over The Grand Prix Commission's eyes about the weight limit increase, on the only occasion - apparently - the MSMA were not unanimous and couldn't use their veto to get rid of proposals the other three members wanted implementing?
Honda making proddy racers - a blueprint for WSBK domination no doubt - with a target performance of minus 5% to their factory RCV, is no threat or competition to anyone let alone themselves..and it certainly won't enhance a sporting spectacle, which Nakamoto has said he's not interested in.
I don't believe that fuel limited racing is legitimate. To make 20 litres last a race with electronics that barely manage this by chopping power at the throttle is sacrilege..corner by corner mapping strategies are race specific and will never see the light of day on street bikes. It is simply a way of discouraging other manufacturers from entering because they know they cannot match the money, manpower, reams of data and knowledge HRC have in this area and needed to have the slightest sniff of being competitive.
Then there's the 5 engines per year rule, which is a whole different ball game again and yet another mammoth technical hurdle to overcome for new factories considering entry.
Why would you bother spending millions to make yourselves look amateurs? Legitimate my hairy fkin arse.
The MSMA, with HRC at the helm, have fabricated rules to protect themselves from competition. Name me another sport where the participants make the rules up as they go along?
My points, which you've avoided tackling as usual, are listed in my second post on this thread softlad..or was that a bit too subtle for you?
Anything for the Orange cause eh?..including making yourself look a complete numpty it seems.