At Indianapolis, I spoke with Honda engineer Hideki Iwano, previously an assistant to Nakamoto. He said, “Moto3 is entry-level racing, so most important thing is not technology but easy feeling, more cheap. We must make more cheap machine. If not, nobody can race. But if start racing, especially Honda, we must win. But regulation say, if we do something, make a good change, we must give to everybody.” “Give” in this case means make available for sale.