MotoGP » Moto3: Mahindra announces Suter partnership


Suter to work on chassis and engine for 2013 Mahindra Moto3 bike.

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b r - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 8:13 PM

Good news for Danny, he deserves a good bike and don't forget it was probably his result at the last round of 2011 in Spain that kept the team in the 'game'. Lets hope its competitive.

Jan - Unregistered

August 25, 2012 8:54 AM

They will probably copy a Honda engine.
Or a KTM.
There is not so much choice!
Oral has clearly showed they are unable to make a decent engine. Obviously having made a succesful Formula 1 engine 35 years ago is no guaranty anymore!

Ben - Unregistered

August 25, 2012 10:41 AM

Ongoing story about an unsuccesful company called Engine Engineering.
They already used the followwing names:

Malaguti
Loncin
Lambretta
Mahindra

and maybe one more, all unsuccesful!

Bee-dubya - Unregistered

August 25, 2012 12:21 PM

I can't believe that there aren't more manufacturers of 250cc 4 stroke single pot engines that Mahindra could go into partnership with. I'm disappointed that,so far, Honda & KTM appear to be the only ones interested in Moto 3 - which isn't much different to where we were in 125's... it's not that far off the Moto 2 monopoly.

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