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Preview: MotoGP ready to thrill again in 2018

The MotoGP World Championship is in the midst of a halcyon period. For the last three years, as the beginning of a new campaign rolls around, the same lines are uttered by paddock folk: “This promises to be the most exciting season in Grand Prix history”, and it is not mere hyperbole. It’s testament to the direction series promoter Dorna Sports has taken over the past five or so years, bringing in CRT and Open rules to boost dwindling grid numbers, introducing a spec electronics package to bring the field closer together, and bringing in concessions for new and struggling manufacturers to give them a leg up. All of this has created the best racing we have ever seen,...
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