MotoGP » Mahindra to unveil Moto3 bike at Valencia


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RawDawg

November 01, 2011 6:40 PM

In theory, it's always good to have new manufactures in GPs. In practice, it usually only works out if they are in it for the long haul. Let's hope Mahindra has long term plans and it works out for them and they grow into a mainstay in GPs.

Md Zane

November 01, 2011 8:27 PM

Nice to see you still posting Raw,thought you just about give up with crash.

I think Mahindra have been doing a good job this year,they must be a million years in development behind Aprilia but have pulled out some good results considering.Hopefully they have good chassis technology behind them now and the new for stroke motors provide a level playing field for them and all other entrants,lets face it for too long now the 125s had become the Aprilia cup.

Robert Jones

November 01, 2011 10:14 PM

Moto3 is going to be a bit of a level playing field at first, should enhance their opportunity!

So long as the commitment is there, I will wish them all the best !!

Kind of echoes the first two posts, I know - but there's never much to be gained by mere speculation at this point !

Firefly

November 01, 2011 11:40 PM

So we've got Honda, KTM, Kalex-KTM, BQR, Mahindra and probably a few I forgot. And then there's the teams that go with a custom chassis with either the Honda or the KTM engine.

Moto3 is gonna be awesome.

tucker - Unregistered

November 02, 2011 10:28 AM

This team has been a pleasent surprise this season, I feared the worst when webb signed with them I thought we were just gonna see a repeat of the Loncin and Lambretta of past seasons, but its held its own. Both riders have performed excellent aswell. Does anyone know if the rider line-up will stay the same for 2012? I hope it does.

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