Two weeks ago, 47 teams and 91 riders applied for the 2010 Moto2 class. Now, Dorna has granted 27 teams and 41 riders entry, expanding the starting grid from the pre-determined number of 34 riders. A further 10 teams were put on the reserve list, while 10 had their applications rejected. >No word on which teams made the cut, but early speculation suggests that all the MotoGP satellite teams made t...

Two weeks ago, 47 teams and 91 riders applied for the 2010 Moto2 class. Now, Dorna has granted 27 teams and 41 riders entry, expanding the starting grid from the pre-determined number of 34 riders. A further 10 teams were put on the reserve list, while 10 had their applications rejected.
>No word on which teams made the cut, but early speculation suggests that all the MotoGP satellite teams made the cut, as will all the current 250GP teams that applied to race next year. That still leaves room for a few wildcards, here's hoping Team Roberts is among them.

We'll likely find out which teams will be participating at the Portuguese Grand Prix in October, when the teams will be required to submit final details of bikes and riders and confirm their participation.

via MotoGP Matters