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Next year's Moto2 team list revealed

Next year's Moto2 team entry list revealed.
The FIM has announced that the following teams have been accepted for a place in the 2012 Moto2 World Championship.

Next year will be the third season of the 600cc four-stroke class, which replaced the 250cc World Championship.

Grid numbers look set to be limited to 32 full-time entries.

The entry list also seems to confirm that Stefan Bradl's Kiefer team will not graduate to MotoGP next year.

A final selection meeting will be held at the Valencia GP after which a final list of teams and riders accepted will be published.

Moto2 class - 20 teams, representing 32 entries
1. Forward Racing
2. Gresini Racing
3. GP Team Switzerland
4. Ioda Racing Project
5. Italtrans Racing Team
6. JIR Moto2
7. Kiefer Racing
8. Mapfre Aspar Moto2
9. Marc VDS Moto2GP
10. Monlau Competicion
11. MZ Motor
12. Pons Racing
13. QMMF Racing Team
14. Racing Team by Queroseno
15. Speed Master
16. Speed Up
17. Stop and Go Racing Team
18. Technomag CIP
19. Tech 3
20. TT Motion Events

* Reserve Entry: Bainet Sport


Tagged as: moto2 , Valencia , Tech 3 , Aspar

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