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Old 19-Nov-2009, 07:59 PM
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Moto2 Shaping up nicely

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Ajo Motorsport Álex Debón Aprilia
Campetella Racing Dominique Aegeter B&B Team
Cardion AB Motoracing Karel Abrahan Aprilia
CIP Moto -GP250 Valentin Debise Suter
Emmi Caffe Latte Thomas Luthi Suter, Kalex or Moriwaki
G22 Racing Team Fonsi Nieto and Yanick Guerra Moriwaki
Hayate Racing Team Jules Cluzel and ? Suter
Honda Gresini Toni Elías and ? Moriwaki
JIR Mattia Pasini and Roger Lee Hayden TSR
Kino Racing Fabrizio Perren BQR
Mapfre Aspar Team Julían Simón and Mike Di Meglio Aprilia
Matteoni Racing Lukas Pesek, Jules Cluzel? Moriwaki
Pons Racing Axel Pons and Sergio Gadea Kalex
Promoracing Joan Olivé and Kenny Noyes Harris
Racing Team By Queroseno Bernat Martínez, José David De Gea, Lukas Pesek, Alex De Angelis BQR
Racing Team Germany Arne Tode Suter
Scot Racing Team Niccolo Canepa, one other NCR
Speedup Aprilia Andrea Iannone and Gabor Talmacsi Aprilia
Sprint Tecnology Racing Roberto Pietri and Roberto Rolfo Suter
Stop and Go Racing Team Héctor Faubel and Ratthapark Wilairot Aprilia/FTR
Tech 3 Raffaele De Rosa and Yuki Takahashi Tech3
Viessmann Kiefer Racing Stefan Brald and Vladimir Leonov Suter
WTR San Marino Team Claudio Corti ADV/CRP

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Old 19-Nov-2009, 08:19 PM
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Jules Cluzel named twice ...

Roger Lee Hayden racing with Pasini, that should be interesting.

NCR are building a chassis...

All very interesting! Should be a wicked championship!
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Old 20-Nov-2009, 10:29 AM
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Could be more interesting than Motogp if they're not careful! - full grid?
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Old 20-Nov-2009, 10:58 AM
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Good to see names like Moriwaki, Harris, Sueter, TSR in there alongside Aprilia and Tech3
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Old 20-Nov-2009, 11:00 AM
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Agree - less £££ = more teams = full grid = more exciting racing
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Old 20-Nov-2009, 11:07 AM
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Hope to see some of the bikes at the NEC show next Thursday
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Old 20-Nov-2009, 12:19 PM
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Agree - less £££ = more teams = full grid = more exciting racing

Agreed Chef....but the only British participation is on the engineering side. There are still seats to be filled but Brit' riders are going to be conspicuously absent....almost as bad as MotoGP.

We've got the riders, we have the expertise, why are there no British teams in Moto2 ?

When are companies in England etc; going to wake up to the link between sponsorship and international advertising on a world stage ?
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Old 20-Nov-2009, 12:57 PM
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Gowlands in with a chance of a ride he is riding one in the last two rounds of the Spanish championship and has been off testing again along with some old guy called McWilliams
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Old 20-Nov-2009, 01:07 PM
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FH - agree

Maybe they're all a bit broke.........& they'll wait and see it it takes off before they invest - see where the talent is and stick your money there??

Just look at Donnington.....that's a national disgrace IMO

Wait till the quantitative easing stops.......eek

We'll see
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Old 25-Nov-2009, 03:32 PM
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Aprilia throw a spanner in the works by announcing their withdrawl from the series, deciding at this late stage that they have a conflict with running a competitors engine

So a few of the above teams will be looking for new Chassis providers which may delay their testing
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