MotoGP » Iconic Norton brand considering MotoGP entry?


The British manufacturer would use an entry into the premier class as a chance to re-launch itself on the motorcycling stage.

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TollFree - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 9:21 AM

It would be great to see Norton in MotoGP but lets face it we'll see more of the pit crew or the riders partner or the lone rangers leading the race then we would of the Norton, and continue to be as bored as ever.

maidguitar

August 20, 2010 9:29 AM

They ought to just sell a package where they record the exciting midpack battles when Jorge runs away. Call it Moto1.5. I'd pay to watch those battles for the entire race rather than just the leader crossing the line.

Wolfy35

August 20, 2010 9:30 AM
Last Edited 1488 days ago

Will the 2012 MGP rules allow Norton to use their 588cc Rotary Wan kel engine? If so Norton could have a big leap on some others in already having a GP spec NRV588 up and running.

Nobody who has ever heard one of these engines at speed can ever forget the noise

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