Jack Miller's rainy win at Assen three weeks ago was the first win by a satellite team since Estoril 2006, when Toni Elias beat Valentino Rossi. On Friday, Carmelo Ezpeleta, Dorna CEO, announced that Dorna and Irta had reached an agreement with the seven private MotoGP teams that guarantees them the exclusivity for the next 5 years. "I think MotoGP is leaving its best moment ever", said Ezpeleta, who will turn 70 on Sunday, "and even better times are coming. All the actions that we have carried out to make the championship more fun, competitive and sustainable have paid off. Next year thanks to the arrival of KTM and the introduction of the new commercial system we will improve even more. The support of the satellite teams will increase of the 100 per cent. The grid will be limited to 24 slots and, aside from the manufacturers, the 7 current private teams will be the only ones entitled to run a MotoGP team. They will receive a €2– 2.2m bonus to cover the leasing of bikes that is capped at a maximum of €2.2m. In addition, each Manufacturer that makes its bikes available to satellite teams will also receive a bonus. Doing this, we expect more stability, more competitiveness and in the end more show".