Moto2 was designed as an affordable world championship with a number of control parts and the concept has proven a reality. Honda supplies the engine and ECU’s, through partner Geo Technologies, Eskil Suter supplies the clutches, and Dunlop supplies the tires. A team can race the entire season on as little as $600,000 to $700,000, though the better heeled teams spend far more than that. One big advantage of the class is that the frames are owned by the teams, which means they can amortize the cost over a period of years. And some of the teams, including Tech 3, build their own frames.