Probably not a Bond, flying V., more like an Oddjob with hair. Drops in and knocks one off without so much as a 'By yr. leave, Sir'
Back on topic
, yes you can do as TallTex suggests and put a reinforcing piece behind it. I use glass matte and epoxy. Particularly good for small hairline cracks radiating out from fairing screw holes.
For larger breaks such as yours Siberman there's plastic welding, which requires kit and there are several diy botch job methods limited only by your imagination. They will all show to a greater or lesser degree and most won't last the next drop or the life of the bike, whichever comes first.
Over here a new oem panel such as yours runs about Can$130/75 quid from the friendly neighbourhood Kawi dealer, painted, shiny and in a snuggly polysomething bubble glove. You can easily drop more than that on a dinner for two if you're not careful. Better than looking at an invisible' repair and feeling the guilt, remorse and unutterable shame coursing through your veins every time you go a for a ride
Plastic welding link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=HvV9a3lEe2g