Making an impact in racing at the world level will take a lot of training and schooling before getting ready to compete.
Starting from the local to the national level and then eventually world level is a steep climb.
Just like any other sport, if you want to master it, practice, practice and more practice is the only way to get it going.
With the influx of foreign and local investments, things will start looking good as soon as an individual or group of individuals come up with some sort of racing venue.
I have had the experience of circuit racing a sportbike at the Club and Regional level in the US and the obvious standout was the level of competition at the city and state level.
Pakistan can do it just like Turkey and Malaysia have done it.
Also, just because you are talented does not necessarily mean you are the next Rossi or Schumacher. You would be surprised how hard it is to win at the World level.
But to walk, we have to crawl first:)