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2blueyam
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February 18, 2019, 07:36 AM

You could run up in Heavyweight. The grids are a bit smaller due to less contingency $.

Unfortunately they killed off supertwins and they still have the no-desmo rule in Lightweight even though the FZ-7 / MT07 is there now and it appears the KTM 790 will be allowed this year as well.

The 300s don't have a lot of classes to run in either, but maybe a few more. Be aware the R3 and KTM 390 will run up in the 500 class with the Ninja 400 (and maybe a few vintage EX500 - lol).

The wee bikes will teach you corner speed faster and the racing is usually pretty close. The tire bill will be much lower. If your choice is racing what you have or not racing, get out there. If you can get a 300 or 400, go for it. You will learn more for less $.


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