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Blusens BQR reveal Honda-BQR Moto2 in Madrid

Blusens BQR reveal Honda-BQR Moto2 in Madrid

The Blusens BQR team provided a vision of the future in the Spanish capital this week, when they unveiled a prototype Moto2 machine which will run in the World Championship as of 2011.

With the 250cc class set to be replaced by the new Moto2 category in the World Championship as of 2011, Blusens BQR demonstrated that they are ahead of the game on Tuesday in Madrid as they unveiled the Honda-BQR Moto2 machine they intend to use in Grand Prix racing in two years’ time.

A crowd of eager media representatives attended the special event at the Hotel Puerta America as Blusens BQR presented the four-stroke 600cc Honda-BQR machine, meeting the specifications of the Moto2 class - which will replace the racing currently undertaken in the intermediary category on two-stroke 250cc bikes.

The bike is scheduled to be used this year in the Spanish National Championship (CEV).

During Tuesday’s presentation, hosted by Spanish MotoGP commentator Ernest Riveras (TVE), the likes of Raul Romero (Blusens BQR team owner), Carmelo Ezpeleta (Dorna CEO), Joan Moreta (President of the Royal Spanish Motorcycle Federation and FIM Vice President) and Jose Ramon Garcia (President of Blusens) all spoke to the media, alongside Daniel Rivas, who will ride the Honda-BQR Moto2 in the CEV.

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250cc, 2009

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