How to boost MotoGP's grid sizes
MotoGP grids have been in decline over the last few seasons and, with the competition at the front not exactly widespread, the sport is struggling a little. Toby Moody reckons he has a solution
Let's not beat around the bush; MotoGP has been putting on a brave face this summer in spite of the lack of bikes of the grid. From fans to paddock people, and those distant observers outside the sport, it's not gone unnoticed anywhere that there have been so few for so long this season.
Money, or the lack of it, is the bottom line. One hardly needs to be a rocket scientist to work that one out, but doing my notes for this weekend's Brno MotoGP makes slightly sad reading for another reason. That is Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa have won every race this season, less for the opener in Qatar - which was taken by Valentino Rossi.
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