MotoGP » ‘Betrayed’ Gresini expands to all three classes


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Whilst they are lucky to have national-level backing, Gresini and Aspar are doing their utmost to keep privateer entries across all classes in difficult financial times. I think they (and the many other regular private teams) should be commended for this. Also, it's a bit tight (although understandable in a way) of Honda not to give Bautista a factory bike when Simoncelli was going to get one. Although a new class means there won't be too much difference, just giving him a rev-limited bike is a bit sh1tty.



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