as the title said. good or bad?
what in your opinion are the pro's and con's??
personally i'm all for it.
i'll be the first to hold my hand up and say i thought it was'nt a good idea when wsbk went for it, and ive been proved wrong.
wsbk is better than ever and i believe motogp will benefit from closer racing because of it.
i dont for a minute believe that lessons learnt at gp level benefit us on the road or track. if that were the case, why isnt everyone using michelins or bridgestones? even dunlop with their data from british tracks at bsb level cant make a tyre to beat pirelli and metzeler at club level. (sales seem to prove this anyway)?
if say for instance bridgestone won the rights to supply motogp. would michelin concentrate more on developing better tyres for the average road and track rider and vice versa??
the loser would have a huge amount of money to spend on r&d and that can only benefit every rider who isnt in gp racing surely??
so we get better tyres, motogp gets closer racing (natural talent combined with a fast bike wins races rather than a tyre manufacturer). everyones a winner surely???:smoke:
feel free to convince me i'm wrong, i'm always open minded.