2010 Moto2 Teams announced

Dorna reveal line-up for next year's replacement 250 series

Posted: 3 October 2009
by Visordown News

TEAMS FOR THE inaugural Moto2 World Championship have been announced.

MotoGP teams Tech 3, Hayate, Gresini, Pramac, Scot, former MotoGP outfits Team Roberts, Pons and JiR and future MotoGP team Aspar feature in the new line-up, which is set to replace the 250cc class from 2010.

“The Selection Committee comprising delegates of the FIM, Dorna and IRTA met on the 2nd October in Estoril to select the teams which will be invited to participate in 2010,” read an FIM statement.

“Teams comprising a total of 39 riders were accepted. Teams comprising a total of 10 riders were placed on a reserve list. A detailed list is reproduced below.

“Accepted teams now have until the 2nd of November to finally confirm the names of their riders and to lodge a security deposit with IRTA. Should any of the accepted teams propose riders not acceptable to the Committee, or if the security deposit is not paid, then consideration will be given to the teams on the reserve list.

“It should be noted that no team applied to participate with 250cc class machines meaning that the entire 2010 grid will be comprised of Moto2 class machines.

Moto2 class 2010

Accepted Team - Entries Accepted (Reserve Entries)

Ajo Motorsport – 1 (1)

Balaton Racing Team 250 – 1

Campetella Racing – 1

Cardion AB Motoracing – 1

Cip Moto - GP250 – 1 (1)

Emmi - Caffe Latte -–1

G22 Racing Team – 2

Hayate Racing Team – 2

Honda Gresini – 2

JiR – 2

Kino Racing – 1 (1)

Mapfre Aspar Team – 2

Matteoni Racing – 1 (1)

Pons Racing Pepe World – 2

Pramac Racing – 2

Racing Team By Quereseno – 2

Racing Team Germany – 1 (1)

Scot Racing Team 250 – 2

Speedup Aprilia – 2

Sprint Tecnology Racing – 2

Stop And Go Racing Team S.L. – 2

Team Roberts – 2

Tech 3 – 2

Viessmann Kiefer Racing – 1 (1)

WTR San Marino Team – 1

Reserve Teams

MZ – 2

Promoracing – 2

Total Accepted Entries: 39

Total Reserve Entries: 10
 


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i am looking forward to this personally, it feels like it will hark back to the days of 750cc superbike racing

Posted: 05/10/2009 at 08:33

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