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Spot on. moto3 has been far more exciting than the 125s and far cheaper. Allowing a variety of engines and frames seems a bit more sensible than the moto2 way and prevents the perception of bias to one manufacturer.
In F1, Renault engines have powered the last two champions but they havent been in Renault chassis so I have little doubt that there is somewhere an Adrian Newey type who can design a frame better than a manufacturer.
As most viewers identify the bikes with the engine maker (rather than the frame maker), it also becomes a much cheaper way of getting their name across.