MotoGP » McWilliams: CRT doesn't fit MotoGP mould


'It is a strange move I think to put production-based motors in a prototype chassis and expect them to add to the spectacle of MotoGP' - Jeremy McWilliams

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pcxmac - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 12:22 PM

maybe motogp needs someone like Bernie to market the series better to enhance sponsorship and in turn encourage manufacturers to rejoin the series??? A shame the Sauber motor never took off, it sounded pretty awesome.

RD350LC - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 12:42 PM

The last thing MotoGP needs is anyone like Bernie in fact Bernie is the last thing F1 needs, commercial rights holders should stick to selling the media rights and leave the rule making to the governing bodies

Moses - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 1:28 PM

mmm, i always remember that guy going fast and givving a show of know how, i like him very very much, what a thing Triumph get out him two years ago...grat memories, respect for him!

also look he is right on this terms...
is a strange thing al this situation, all right till to 990cc, but since 800cc, all is strange...

Sweeble

April 27, 2012 1:28 PM

@Stylo - agreed, for me Moto2 is the model. The important thing is the rider, the bike is just there to give them a useful vehicle for racing. MotoGP should be a prototype chasis with a standard ecu and standard high spec 1000cc motor.

Gaz - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 1:32 PM

I agree with Jeremy.

The best days of racing, as in fire breathing bikes to be beware of are now gone .

Moto2 has been THE best class of close racing since being introduced but it will never beat sliding and bucking 500cc 2-strokes for spectacle !

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