MotoGP » Rossi: CRT necessary for the future of MotoGP

“It's clear that we must use less expensive bikes and if this is the only way I wouldn't have problems riding a CRT”

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honduc27 - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 1:54 PM

no matter what you call it, crt is a production bike racing, same as all those other bike racing, so now where do the prototype bike go,if it can't survive, then just stop it, and go to wsbk or bsb.the reason motogp was organize because of prototype racing.developing the best technology for future road bike.the excitement was what to expect who could built the best bike tecnology riden by the best rider.before it was ducati , then came yamaha and now honda, WHO WILL BE NEXT.

Pot n Kettle - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 2:11 PM

No my friend, "we all" aren't sick of Rossi, we are rather sick of Stoner and his fans like you who instead of praising your barely smileable hero just go on criticising Rossi.

Jack, who are the "we" in the above statement? You add an insult to a non-believer about his hero. Ie non smileable. You seem to rate the "wrestling" persona part of a professional racer as some sort of failing on his (stoner's) CV.
If the complete package required is that you smile for the cameras and do naked handstands after winning the championship then yes, Stoner is a failure. If on the other hand you want to watch a focussed young warrior take on all who try to conquer him then Stoner is the complete winner.
Nothing in the above is an attack on yourself as an avid Rossi fan. There is two sides to everything. My view stinks in your eyes and vice versa. Because I don't follow your man doesn't make me your enemy.


December 02, 2011 2:25 PM
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It'll definitely take everything out of the racing for me,” by casey stoner

Not surprised to here this from stoner. He knows darn well crt means a level playing field and close racing,Go valentino rosssiii

rossi the luckiest - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 2:32 PM

every rossi's fan keeps reminding of the 2008 Laguna heroic manouver to claiming as the best ever show in motogp.please tell me where rossi would have finished if casey n him had swapped their bike.would have never been that close if not down to casey!

aaa - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 2:33 PM


Which can be said of the Rossi fans, the hate they have preached on here to every rider that dares challenge him on the track and is not the same as Rossi (if they were you'd hate them too for copying Rossi(ala JL), go figure) for 10 years... I'm not sick of Rossi, just his so called fans who will disappear when he retires from MotoGP.

Now there is REAL competition to Rossi, is that not a good thing for MotoGP?

Now its the other way round Rossi fans do not like it...

McLarenP - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 2:41 PM

@ rossi the luckiest - Laguna Seca in 2008 was one of the best races I have ever, ever seen!! Stoner was expected to win by miles, but it was Valentino who gave us probably the best race performance for a very long time! Stoner had no idea what to do! It was a master class in racing!!!

anomalovaho - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 2:42 PM

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In many fields, there is great uncertainty as to whether a new design will actually do what is desired. New designs often have unexpected problems. A prototype is often used as part of the product design process to allow engineers and designers the ability to explore design alternatives, test theories and confirm performance prior to starting production of a new product. Engineers use their experience to tailor the prototype according to the specific unknowns still present in the intended design. For example, some prototypes are used to confirm and verify consumer interest in a proposed design whereas other prototypes will attempt to verify the performance or suitability of a specific design approach.
In general, an iterative series of prototypes will be designed, constructed and tested as the final design emerges and is prepared for production. With rare ex

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