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@ Balance. Don't worry Vilas. M3 is getting an rpm limit reduction introduced to hamstring KTM's engine and hand the advantage back to Honda.
This makes sense viewed in isolation as we need relative parity to have good racing. Funny though that similar measures are completely OFF the agenda in MotoGP though. Hmm - I wonder who has the best engine in MotoGP?
It seems that the rules Dorna invoke are designed to make all the entrants 'equal. But it seems also true that some entrants are more 'equal' than others.
Honda don't need a M3 engine to compete with KTM, cos KTM can't compete with Honda's political clout, so Honda will simply get KTM's engine brought back into line under the table it seems (while protecting the advantage their MGP bike has at the same time).
Why is that the biggest Mfr with the biggest budget also seems to get the biggest breaks? Its a question a lot more fans should be asking IMO.