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Matthew Birt  says:

32-strong field for 2013 Moto3 battle

A 32-strong field, which includes British duo Danny Webb and John McPhee, will contest the second Moto3 world championship in 2013. Webb is down to ride a Suter Honda machine on the provisional entry list released today, but it is understood the final decision has yet to be taken on which chassis his Ambrogio Racing squad will use when the new...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (28 November 2012 22:16)

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Nov 09

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diceman23 says:

Great Class

Moto3 has turned out to be a brilliant Class producing some great racing. Vinales for the championship this year but I'm keeping an eye on Fenati that boys got pace. Good to see British talent represented in all classes again this year hopefully it will generate more interest/sponsorship in MotoGP from Britain overall. Has to be said the support Classes were more interesting that the 'main event' again last year which is a shame but at least we're guaranteed two good races out of three again next season.

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