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if the "one engine-open chassis" formula works well in Formula Ford - as it providing close racing while at the same time low running costs, then why it cannot be implemented in Moto2? of course the standards are different between 4 and 2 wheels, but the benefits especially in terms of racecraft couldn't be any different. riders would learn chassis tuning and development, and this would be very critical in MotoGP level. and for the engine itself, i prefer if they stipulate the use of one type of engine, with open tuning permitted to allow rider learn about engine tuning and development. want to harness a MotoGP version of Niki Lauda? just take note of my proposal...



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