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Dell’Orto wins Moto3 ECU contract

Dell'Orto wins Moto3 ECU contract.
The Permanent Bureau of the FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix has named Dell'Orto as the single ECU supplier for the Moto3 class from 2012 until 2014.

The decision was “based upon the analysis being carried out by the Technical Director and the Director of Technology on the different options and proposals received.”

The Permanent Bureau is composed of Vito Ippolito, FIM President, and Carmelo Ezpeleta, Chief Executive Officer of Dorna Sports.

Moto3, which will consist of 250cc four-stroke motorcycles, is to replace the 125cc World Championship from 2012.


Tagged as: 125 , ECU , Moto3

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Dean Dean

March 16, 2011 7:11 PM

I can't believe some folks still fall for this four stroke crap, the cost to develop them has driven manufacturers away, not brought them back...two stroke is the future guys, powerful / cheap / cleaner day by day..have a look at some of lotus car engine projects, if the car industry is looking then why not bikes anymore ?? Answer is they were all retooled to four stroke and want more and more payback on their investments...more and more naive it appears given the equal progression with electronic 'solutions'.. foolish !!



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