CFMoto is rumored to be participating in Moto3 next season.

It's a buzzing rumor that Chinese premium brand CFMoto is rumored to be part of the MotoGP World Championship in the 2022 season, joining the race for the full season. At the Moto3 level, after a source came out that the Chinese brand has backed up as a big leg in the industry like KTM.  According to news reports from the media such as speedweek.com reported by Günther Wiesinger. It has stated that for the coming 2022 season, the Pierer Mobility AG group will add 20 Moto3 race bikes to the list, with 14 KTMs, 2 Husqvarna, 2 GasGas and two CFMotos. CFMoto's race bikes will be races for the PruestelGP team, with PruestelGP currently using KTM's RC 250 GP racers, so it wouldn't be surprising if there was a change next season.   As is known, Pierer Mobility controls the KTM, Husqvarna and GASGAS brands, making their debut at the 2021 World Championship season. All of the three teams' races were based on the same RC250GP, with some changes to equipment and mechanics. including new colors and brands In this case, it will be similar to CFMoto next season, which will compete under its own brand, but will use race bikes based on KTM brand bikes again.    One of the most likely clues here is how Pierer Mobility has shifted its relationship with the Chinese brand. After collaborating since 2014, the new investment ceiling was raised in 2017 by acquiring a 49% stake in the group, as well as expanding the production line of KTM motorcycles in CFMoto's factories for sale in China. It has also jointly invested in a new factory in Hangzhou to serve as a new base for the CFMoto and KTM brands with a capacity of more than 50,000 vehicles next, and plans to produce the KTM 750 Series will be available exclusively. in china And the arrival of the CFMoto 800MT powered by the KTM 790 Series' LC8c engine has now moved up to 890.   This isn't the first time a Chinese brand has entered a world championship. Back in 2005, Chinese giant Zongshen also participated in the competition. Although at that time the two-stroke engines from Yamaha were used in competitions, the aim of moving to the MotoGP level was made, but it was abandoned. But CFMoto's arrival is a bit more taxed, with a backing team quite serious about the competition. that may be sent to CFmoto to become a brand from China. The first brand to enter the highest level of competition in the next 5-10 years.

It's a buzzing rumor that Chinese premium brand CFMoto is rumored to be part of the MotoGP World Championship in the 2022 season, joining the race for the full season. At the Moto3 level, after a source came out that the Chinese brand has backed up as a big leg in the industry like KTM.

According to news reports from the media such as speedweek.com reported by Günther Wiesinger. It has stated that for the coming 2022 season, the Pierer Mobility AG group will add 20 Moto3 race bikes to the list, with 14 KTMs, 2 Husqvarna, 2 GasGas and two CFMotos. CFMoto's race bikes will be races for the PruestelGP team, with PruestelGP currently using KTM's RC 250 GP racers, so it wouldn't be surprising if there was a change next season.


As is known, Pierer Mobility controls the KTM, Husqvarna and GASGAS brands, making their debut at the 2021 World Championship season. All of the three teams' races were based on the same RC250GP, with some changes to equipment and mechanics. including new colors and brands In this case, it will be similar to CFMoto next season, which will compete under its own brand, but will use race bikes based on KTM brand bikes again.


It's a buzzing rumor that Chinese premium brand CFMoto is rumored to be part of the MotoGP World Championship in the 2022 season, joining the race for the full season. At the Moto3 level, after a source came out that the Chinese brand has backed up as a big leg in the industry like KTM.  According to news reports from the media such as speedweek.com reported by Günther Wiesinger. It has stated that for the coming 2022 season, the Pierer Mobility AG group will add 20 Moto3 race bikes to the list, with 14 KTMs, 2 Husqvarna, 2 GasGas and two CFMotos. CFMoto's race bikes will be races for the PruestelGP team, with PruestelGP currently using KTM's RC 250 GP racers, so it wouldn't be surprising if there was a change next season.   As is known, Pierer Mobility controls the KTM, Husqvarna and GASGAS brands, making their debut at the 2021 World Championship season. All of the three teams' races were based on the same RC250GP, with some changes to equipment and mechanics. including new colors and brands In this case, it will be similar to CFMoto next season, which will compete under its own brand, but will use race bikes based on KTM brand bikes again.    One of the most likely clues here is how Pierer Mobility has shifted its relationship with the Chinese brand. After collaborating since 2014, the new investment ceiling was raised in 2017 by acquiring a 49% stake in the group, as well as expanding the production line of KTM motorcycles in CFMoto's factories for sale in China. It has also jointly invested in a new factory in Hangzhou to serve as a new base for the CFMoto and KTM brands with a capacity of more than 50,000 vehicles next, and plans to produce the KTM 750 Series will be available exclusively. in china And the arrival of the CFMoto 800MT powered by the KTM 790 Series' LC8c engine has now moved up to 890.   This isn't the first time a Chinese brand has entered a world championship. Back in 2005, Chinese giant Zongshen also participated in the competition. Although at that time the two-stroke engines from Yamaha were used in competitions, the aim of moving to the MotoGP level was made, but it was abandoned. But CFMoto's arrival is a bit more taxed, with a backing team quite serious about the competition. that may be sent to CFmoto to become a brand from China. The first brand to enter the highest level of competition in the next 5-10 years.

One of the most likely clues here is how Pierer Mobility has shifted its relationship with the Chinese brand. After collaborating since 2014, the new investment ceiling was raised in 2017 by acquiring a 49% stake in the group, as well as expanding the production line of KTM motorcycles in CFMoto's factories for sale in China. It has also jointly invested in a new factory in Hangzhou to serve as a new base for the CFMoto and KTM brands with a capacity of more than 50,000 vehicles next, and plans to produce the KTM 750 Series will be available exclusively. in china And the arrival of the CFMoto 800MT powered by the KTM 790 Series' LC8c engine has now moved up to 890.


This isn't the first time a Chinese brand has entered a world championship. Back in 2005, Chinese giant Zongshen also participated in the competition. Although at that time the two-stroke engines from Yamaha were used in competitions, the aim of moving to the MotoGP level was made, but it was abandoned. But CFMoto's arrival is a bit more taxed, with a backing team quite serious about the competition. that may be sent to CFmoto to become a brand from China. The first brand to enter the highest level of competition in the next 5-10 years.



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