Might be time to drop the capacity limit to 250 cc , or , allow the riders time ( 2 hrs , secure location ) to go through the road book and mark the danger points and tighter turns , also allowing them to highlight the important information so they can see that at a glance and keep the time their eyes are not on the track to a minimum , but then , not let their team see the RB by then taking it back till the morning after ....... and handing it over then , as they do now . It would be safer , because racers are racers and will go as hard as they can and take risks to be in front . Minimising the risks is the race managements agenda . They tried to level the playing field with the rule changes for this year , but the big teams are the only ones in the top ten except for Skyler Howes who is on a satellite KTM team , The whole top 12 place holders currently are manufacturer supported teams , so the suggestion that the rule changes have made the playing field more level are ...... more than deluded . All the recent rule changes have done is make the race more dangerous because eyes are on the road book longer at the same or greater speed and they have brought the field closer together time wise . Which in reality means , the racers are trying harder to go fast more often , which increases the danger . You can never make racing safe , but you can fore see issues and limit how dangerous those issues are ........ with careful management and sensible GCR's . I see these rule changes for this year as a French farce . It could have worked with more thought and insight , but they screwed it up . Rant over , back to the racing .