Moto2, the semi-spec MotoGP support series that features production-based Honda CBR600RR engines housed in prototype chassis, has already proven to deliver great racing. The inaugural 2010 season saw nine different winners in 17 rounds, and it wasn’t unusual for less than 1 second to cover the top-15 qualifiers. Though the racing has been superb, the technology on display so far has been woefully conventional. With the exception of frame materials (steel, aluminum or a combination of the two), the first-generation Moto2 bikes were essentially identical, and not far removed from what we ride on the street. That will change in 2011, when Taylormade Racing of Van Nuys, California, enters this machine that tests the limits of the Moto2 rulebook.