MotoGP » Edwards samples Forward Suter-BMW

Experienced rider Colin Edwards gets to grips with the Suter-BMW he will ride in 2012 under the NGM Forward Racing banner with a test at Jerez.

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Optimist - Unregistered

November 24, 2011 9:44 AM

Well if CE is a potential CRT front runner, it looks like the CRTs are really gonna strugle next year. The more bikes on the grid, the better but if it turns into 3 separate races (Honda/Yam, Ducati/Satellites, CRTs) that could kind of defeat the object. Next year should be an interesting -if predictable (a bit like 500cc vs 990cc)- experiment, but looking forward to it going all CRT in 2013 to reel in Honda/Yam & level the field a bit. (& Team Rossi/Burgess/Honda?!!) Good luck Colin! You're gonna need some!

Mac83 - Unregistered

November 24, 2011 10:16 AM

Ok first day on a brand new CRT bike after many years riding motogp "factory bikes"
Ok lads line up in the firing squad.
oh wait you've all shot him down already?!
Colin noooo I had a Rossi bullet proof vest :(


November 24, 2011 10:32 AM

I think the CRTs HAVE to aim high.
Aiming for a separate title is lame.

But people shooting them down already are the typical key board pros. NO bike would be competitive after this ammount of track time.

I'm not keen on it becoming a CRT class at all. But the CRTs should at least aim to compete with the Satellite bikes.

kyu - Unregistered

November 24, 2011 10:41 AM

the bikes need devolpment and that will come with time as well as colins health. its like some people dont realise he just broke his bones not very long ago and i dont know about you but its extremely painful to do anything with broken bones, let alone ride a motorcycle like these guys do! best of luck colin!

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