MotoGP » Moto3: Salom joins factory KTM team for 2013


Luis Salom rewarded with full factory KTM Moto3 ride.

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Vilas

October 08, 2012 1:21 PM

I talck like this because Honda since the 2 strokes bikes they never really pay to much atencion to small classes, the 125cc and the 250cc where no mach to the Aprilias.. Honda allways make a good product but they let thinghs rolling and dont make to much updates!! Then we have Ktm that only worck on this class, and they naturaly pay more atencion offcorse.. Sign kids like Salom only tell to the World that for 2013 they will whant the WC again.. We will see how it goes i just hope that Honda can give one bike with Power to there riders since Qatar that Honda wach the top speed of the Ktm and is a big advantage that Cortese understand very well how to explore..

JapLance

October 08, 2012 8:41 PM

Honda didn't pay any attention to 125 and 250cc in the last seasons because they are the ones promoting the move to 4-stroke bikes.

Now it's a different story. This season they had a lot of work with the RC213V, but now that the MotoGP bike works almost flawlessly they have their hands free to develop the 250cc engine.

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