For the longest time Ducati was the only brand with winglets on their MotoGP bikes, but now they’re popping up like mushrooms. Yamaha‘s machinery has been sporting them most of this season, and now Honda just tested six, yes six of them, on Marquez’ bike in the Jerez test that took place yesterday.

Additionally, the Grand Prix Commission is preparing to vote on a proposal regulating aerodynamic devices.

So, with all this in mind, MO-faithful, are winglets the future of MotoGP aerodynamic technology, or are they like chicken nuggets, an abomination, conceived by engineers needing to justify their existence and foisted on a trusting public, while having no natural place on a MotoGP bike?