Thai Honda PTT Singha-SAG Moto2 team with rider Ratthapark Wilairot, races with a Bimoto HB4 Moto2 beauty. If you think that the 600cc Moto2's are slower than the 800cc MotoGP machines, think again – on the German Sachsenring both Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi booked a average speed of 159.9km/h, while in the Moto2 Ratthapark Wilairot was doing 150.5km/h as average speed.
So what are the specifications of the Thai Honda PTT Singha-SAG Moto2 motorcycle? The Bimota HB2 used by the Thai Honda PTT Singha-SAG team is powered by a Honda CBR600RR engine which is mounted in a Bimota DB6 Delirio CrMo4 trellis frame incorporating 7075 alloy plates, with the swingarm fabricated from 7020 aluminum alloy. The Thai Honda PTT Singha-SAG Hb4 has Paioli 43mm pressurized forks with 125mm of travel, and a 36mm diameter Ohlins TTX monoshock with 120mm stroke. OZ Racing six-spoke rims in forged magnesium carry 125/80 ZR17 and 195/65 ZR17 Dunlop tires.
The twin front brakes have floating 300mm wave discs gripped by radially mounted Brembo four-piston calipers, while the rear unit has 218mm disc with a two-piston caliper.
The four-into-one Zart exhaust system exits on the off-side through an up-swept silencer with twin tailpipes. The Thai Honda PTT Singha-SAG Moto2 motorcycle weighs in at just 135kg.