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What should the future of the new CRT class in MotoGP be?

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February 13, 2012 11:35 AM

For me, having bikes running with the Moto GP bikes may fill the grids, but that's about it. Want to reduce costs and make non factory teams closer to the front? Get rid of ALL the rider aids. The riders want it, why doesn't Dorna?


DBRG - Unregistered

February 13, 2012 12:01 PM

What Espaleta should do is get up out of his chair, get on a plane to Gatwick, crawl up the M25 and go and beg forgiveness from the boys at Harris and WCM for ignoring their efforts to reduce costs about a decade ago. It's too late now for this sticking plaster to be meaningful. The economy will pick up, factory teams will return and CRT will have been a wasted exercise.

Nate - Unregistered

February 13, 2012 12:09 PM

Why dont me get the manufactures to supply a sub spec electronic system to CRT teams and get the factories to reduce lease cost and talk to manufarctures that have left what they think needs to be done, I am not a fan of CRT regardless but something has to be done, some good comments above as well

BigG - Unregistered

February 13, 2012 12:14 PM

CRT's through out the grid could be of a benefit, but it depends on the politics at the time. When one considers the currently available productions engines currently on the market, no one is using a Ducati, Honda or Yamaha engine in their CRT's. It's not too difficult to see political motivation to not have CRT's. It's a shame no body has picked up a Suzuki engine, one of those in a decent chassis would be good to watch.

Dutch69Camaro - Unregistered

February 13, 2012 12:17 PM

I don't believe it is neccesary to have someone like Stoner test a CRT bike. While this would be very interesting offcourse, we will see Colin Edwards on one of the best CRT's probably and Randy de Puniet also. Lets say that on equal machinery they are one second slower than Stoner (which i doubt) than it's just a matter of adding a second to their time and compare...
And by doing that we know how they stand compared to the fastest guy which is irrelevant. We want to know if they can be in the mix. Because if they can be than they would be interesting because a good rider might spring a suprise and show his skills to the world.

Joanne - Unregistered

February 13, 2012 12:25 PM

This pathetic debacle is taking GP racing back to the era of Agostini winning on an MV and lapping the entire field of Manx Nortons. In between times we had a plethora of bored out 350 Yamahas making up the numbers. What next, 602cc supersport machines from the WSS paddock?

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