This is just another cynical attempt by Nakamoto to further destabilise MotoGP.
Should Honda decide to manufacture this 'production RC213V' and attempt to introduce it into MotoGP, the entry will first need to be classified as being either CRT or prototype - in accordance with current rules.
The Grand Prix Commission (GPC) consisting of the MSMA (representing the manufacturers), IRTA (representing the teams), Dorna (representing the series organiser) and the FIM (representing the sanctioning body and international federation) will decide if an entry is CRT or prototype. All four members of the GPC have to agree unanimously.
If a 'production RC213V' entry is determined to be prototype, then the 'four bike prototype rule' will be enforced, and Honda will need to decide whether or not to use the new entry in place of some or all of it's current RC213V entries.
If it is deemed to be a CRT entry, then any member of the MSMA (existing or future eg. Suzuki, BMW) will be able to claim the engine and gearbox from the entrant for just 20,000 euro's - a very inexpensive way to acquire technology that has cost Honda many tens of millions of yen to develop.
But as series organiser, Dorna also reserve the right to reject any team entry that is felt not to be in the best interests of MotoGP.
In the same way that we heavily 'influence' the placement of riders in teams eg. Rossi, then so we also 'influence' the machinery used in our series.
Production RC213V CRT entries would undermine our entire CRT project, and it would also place Honda in a position of strength in terms of grid numbers - this will not be allowed to happen.
Perhaps there may be room for compromise - but that would depend upon Honda accepting our proposed control ECU and lower rev limit.