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Honda announces Moto3 launch

Honda Moto3 bike ready for public debut.
Thursday June 2 at Catalunya, the day before the start of the MotoGP weekend, will see Honda Racing Corporation present its new NSF250R 4-stroke machine to be used for the future Moto3 class.

Moto3 is to replace the 125cc (two-stroke) grand prix class from 2012.

The new NSF250R will be presented at 15:30 in the Relax Area of the MotoGP Paddock.

This will be followed by a demonstration lap ridden by former 500cc world champion Alex Crivillé at approximately 17:00 on Friday, and a further demonstration lap after the MotoGP Warm-Up session on Sunday.


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Jon

May 13, 2011 4:21 PM

Can't agree with that.. At least Honda want to win and invest! Some people are really anti Honda, but why? KTM rolled out a 250 4 stroke bike last year but where is everyone else? Where is Aprilia? They have a 450cc 4 stroke v twin mx bike and modern 125 chassis- they should've been the first to give it a try! Honda went to the IoM and won- they still believe in Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday. They are proud, and yes, sometimes too proud. But they have , what, 4 factory moto GP bikes and 2 satelite bikes? If Honda pulled out MotoGP would be over tomorrow.



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