Michael Bartholemy who spear headed the ill fated Kawasaki MotoGP operation after the company made it an internal division of Kawasaki Heavy Industries and now managing the Marc VDS Team in Moto2 is expected to head the Suter operation next year when Eskil Suter’s firm will launch an operation in the so called Moto1 category which will allow production based engines in custom built chassis.  Suter has already tested a BMW superbike 1000cc engine in their frame and are scheduled to do so again very soon.  This has led to sparking of some rumours that BMW will be coming into MotoGP officially with Suter.  Suter made the chassis for Kawasaki when the manufacturer entered MotoGP and after complaints by riders was ditched.  But the Suter chassis in Moto2 has been doing quite well and it was therefore assumed that BMW and Suter would link up.  But Bartholemy has rubbished these rumours and says there are no such plans in the offing.