MotoGP » Edwards upbeat after head-to-head CRT MotoGP test

“I got behind Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden and a couple of other guys just to see what kind of power we have and surprisingly, the bike is pretty fast" - Colin Edwards.

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February 06, 2012 5:47 PM

The Texas Tornado is more like the Texas FIZZLE!

Of course he's upbeat as he has a paying job in which he now has an excuse to ride around at the back of the field, like on the Tech 3 but even worse.


February 06, 2012 7:31 PM

After almost 10 years in the premier class and being beaten by motogp rookie team mate Spies, I think it's time Colin went back to WSB where he has a chance at running near the front again. In Motogp you can only count on him on running mid pack these days and now on a CRT bike, back of the field I'm afraid. Even rookie team mate Crutchlow showed him round the track a few times.


February 06, 2012 7:32 PM

the bike looks really compact,im sure Colin will make the bike somewhat competive,Still cant see where this CRT thing is going in MotoGP,filling the grid with un competitive bikes/riders seems Dangerous for the Front runners on the full proto-types..there will be lots of lapped traffic this season!!!

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