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Moriwaki to race its Moto2 in Japan.

The Moriwaki MD600 Moto2 machine (pictured) will take part in the Okayama round of the All Japan 250GP Championship at the end of September.

The company is using the race 'to prove the potential of the machine', which is presently powered by a Honda Supersport engine and will be ridden by Shogo Moriwaki.

Among the teams already expected to use the Moriwaki design in next year's inaugural Moto2 series are Gresini Racing.

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Tony Parkinson - Unregistered

September 13, 2009 5:37 AM

I really enjoy 2 strokes, the fact that most manufacturers dont produce them is that most manufacturers dont make proper racing machines,all the current crop of MOTOGP riders gained their skills on these 250cc 2 strokes and the riders from the 4 stroke series just dont seem to have what it takes to win.I know they are smelly and unpleasantly noisy but they are proper racing machines with a phenominal performance and its sad that they are being put aside.Just imagine a modern 700cc 2 stroke racing with the motogp bikes, wow that would be racing.

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