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Race results from the Indianapolis Moto3 Grand Prix, round 9 of 17.

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August 18, 2013 5:22 PM

mm I didnt enjoy to wach, aim a bit tired of KTM Power, only people with KTM has been the real contenders.. Aim a bit desapointing with Honda.. if is for not doing nothing in moto3 to fight the Ktm i guess is better to change some stuff on this Champ.. Is better to start to call Moto3 of redbullroockies Cup and at least everybody fight with Ktm no problems


August 18, 2013 6:27 PM

Jack Miller crash because he had in mind he could not losse one slipstream in orther to keep fightingh for a good place.. Evran Vazquez blow the engine because he use to much slistream to stay on good places, the only Hondas that did what was possible was Oliveira and Fenati.. Its caind sad wach this because this Honda guys are has talente or even better riders then the spanishes but have a big disavantage, the engine is crucial on this classe.. Honda riders can have a really good chassi but at this level with so low Power from the 250cc engine one chassi dont count has much has one engine... Its a bit bizarr they use the Moto2 class rules to wach the best riders but they let the young kids having to deal with what is the best material to race a year..!! I like variety thats true but i think that manufacters that are involded on the fight have to worck hard to keep thenself in level and at the momente Honda is not a rival...


August 19, 2013 2:59 PM

@ Balance. Don't worry Vilas. M3 is getting an rpm limit reduction introduced to hamstring KTM's engine and hand the advantage back to Honda.

This makes sense viewed in isolation as we need relative parity to have good racing. Funny though that similar measures are completely OFF the agenda in MotoGP though. Hmm - I wonder who has the best engine in MotoGP?

It seems that the rules Dorna invoke are designed to make all the entrants 'equal. But it seems also true that some entrants are more 'equal' than others.

Honda don't need a M3 engine to compete with KTM, cos KTM can't compete with Honda's political clout, so Honda will simply get KTM's engine brought back into line under the table it seems (while protecting the advantage their MGP bike has at the same time).

Why is that the biggest Mfr with the biggest budget also seems to get the biggest breaks? Its a question a lot more fans should be asking IMO.

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