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Hey billithebill,the dynamics have shifted.Moto2 is in my view about chassis manufacture's wars.They will all be lumped with the same tyre/engine baggage.
A level playing field will never exist in any class of GP as long as it is driven by profit margins.
The variable remains the rider.Right now Suter and Moriwaki look to be the package to have.I only see it intensifying.
Riders ? Well,Suter and Moriwaki have them in spades.
Dorna clearly want Moto2 to be the launch platform into GP1.Witness Toni Elias and the LCR double shuffle.
Marc Marquez is probably painfully aware of this.
Not a 'promo' youngster is Marc. On track desroyer he certainly is,like a certain Ben Spies.