MotoGP » Moto3: Alberto Moncayo - Q&A


An Aspar generated Q&A with Moto3 rider Alberto Moncayo ahead of this weekend's first race for the new 250cc four-stroke class...

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Crystal Balls - Unregistered

April 02, 2012 11:01 PM

Watched the opening CEV Buckler Moto 3 class race, looked to me that the Honda were chasing hp (a few popped and crashed) compared to the KTM. I'm sure the racing will be close and it's a long season and everyone is striving for setup. Good luck to all and sundry.

MM - Unregistered

April 03, 2012 12:31 AM

Interesting. I wondered about Honda's reliability when they had to go away and find some extra ponies for Vinales' bike after KTM's domination during the early tests. Although it's sad to see the last two strokes go, (and sad to no longer hear that magical sound of 'tearing calico') it's a good thing if it ends the difference between the bikes which existed with the Aprilia engines. Hopefully we'll have more riders with a chance of getting on the podium, at least while the bikes are still in early development. Danny Kent's pre-season form has been very encouraging for UK fans too, which I'd like to think would help ensure uninterrupted BBC coverage of the class - well I can dream, can't I?

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