MotoGP » Colin Edwards 2012 CRT MotoGP livery revealed


NGM Mobile Forward Racing sticks with black and red/orange for debut MotoGP season.

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1motion

March 21, 2012 3:44 AM

awesome! i dig the satin black with the bright colors... Edwards runs black and red a lot in testing so its cool to see something like that for the season... pretty cool that the moto2 bikes share the same scheme too

Rhino

March 21, 2012 4:28 AM
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I can't believe the press are getting so excited over bike colours!!!
Come on seriously, is there no news out there?



2 people disagree... disagree about what!!!???

Fuji - Unregistered

March 21, 2012 6:44 AM

The closest Colin will ever get to a MotoGp bike is if they have a garage alongside
One or when they get lapped twice at some tracks.

Colin will never push this bike to it's limits, kind of like the way he road the Tech 3 bike the last few seasons. Just does enough to keep a job, If that's what you can call it.

rbr46 - Unregistered

March 21, 2012 6:47 AM

lol Scott you certaintly wont be getting these bikes confused with the repsols though, well maybe after Stoner laps them for the 6th time in the race.

fastduck

March 21, 2012 10:25 AM

hell Jeah !!nice colours it suits the bike well....
Go colin !!!
can't wait to see the fights between randy and colin /bmw versus aprilia, i keep an eye on that like casey versus jlo....YES it could be a nice season.......and if rossi comes close to the front and win some of them or all(Hahaha must laugh can help it....frustration perhaps)in would be a fantastic
season......peace

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