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Yamaha engine supply ‘likely’ in 2014

But since Aprilia have met the criteria, including having the bike (and technology) potentially 'claimed' by an MSMA rival, not to mention the GPC vote, they have provided a template that the Honda customer bike will now follow.

All CRT entries will run the full control ECU, software and hardware, in 2014 when the CRT fuel advantage will increase to four litres.

Ducati, which like Honda and Yamaha presently runs four prototype bikes, is not expected to increase its involvement next year. However Suzuki does intend to return to the grid.



Tagged as: RC213V , CRT , ECU , Tech 3 , Pons , Yamaha , Honda

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