MotoGP Warfare?

Michael Scott | November 27, 2011

It looks like war. It feels like war. But, insists Dorna chief Carmelo Ezpeleta, it is not war. “I think the factories understand the situation.”

Ezpeleta, a stocky balding Spaniard with a forceful way of expressing himself, was talking in an exclusive interview at the last round of the season in Valencia, Spain in the wake of dropping a bombshell.The day before, he had presented his radical proposal to the GP Commission meeting – the governing body of MotoGP: One more year with free factory prototypes; a control ECU, to be introduced in 2013; a rev limit, to come in at the same time; a decision by May next year; diversion of financial support from factory lease teams to CRT teams.In our interview, he went further…

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Michael Scott | MotoGP Editor

Scott has been covering MotoGP since long before it was MotoGP. Remember two-strokes? Scott does. He’s also a best-selling author of biographies on the lives of legendary racers such as Wayne Rainey and Barry Sheene.