is the natural order.
You can't lay the improvement of material & component technology on a pedestal at the door of GP and claim racing is the catalyst?
Manufacturers incorporate new commercially available technology into their product as it becomes available.
Honda don't build silicon chips and sensors.
Nobody races lap-tops and mobile phones..but they improve by the month?
The traction control, anti wheelie and other electronic systems on production bikes are in the dark ages compared to the location based, race specific, adaptive applications in MotoGP.
Turn by turn code that learns as it goes in order to make 20 litres and tyres last 20 laps around the same 15 corners of a track, is irrelevant to you and me on the road.
The above rules advantage those that can..with the deepest pockets.
Flat stick flag-to-flag racing has been replaced by an economy trial/durability competition where, riders trust systems and have to use them to go faster, or they won't make the end of the race.
Why don't manufacturers showcase this technology in an environment that is relevant?..like endurance racing? Because it has no prestige and value for their brand.
So let's change the rules of MotoGP to suit our agenda and create an advantage for ourselves at the same time.
You use switchable TC and a softer engine mapping on your litre sports bike and it chops power, making you slower.
A racer who utilises all this electrickery should be penalised, because it it's filling in the holes his ability shouldn't need to rely on at this level..
25 years ago I was getting 55mpg urban out an old carburetted, two-valve, air-cooled GT550.
If manufacturers were really serious about lean burn emission reduction, we'd have High Pressure Direct Injection systems like Honda have on their cars..20 year old technology that hasn't made it to bikes yet.
Why not? Too expensive to implement and unnecessary..bikes are pretty green by comparison and regular fuel injection will do.
How can Yamaha, who spend all this money in GP developing computer controlled intake systems, release a bike like the new MT-09 with flat spots and glitches in its power delivery, that threaten to de-rail sales?
If you honestly believe Dorna will allow their SPEC ECU to be used by Factories to continue developing sophisticated, mega expensive code, while at same time allowing more fuel to negate the need for such..you really are living in cloud cuckoo land and seem to be missing the point entirely.