MotoGP » Laverty second CRT on 'perfect' MotoGP debut

“To finish as the second CRT is well above expectation. We're coming good, and still improving every time we go out on track. It's perfect!” – Michael Laverty.

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Pete - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 9:07 AM

Page 2 and not 1 disagree!!, where are all the Crash 'experts'?!! Massive well done to Michael, looking forward to seeing him in action this year.

choo choo - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 10:28 AM

its about time,m laverty is every bit as talented as eugene,maybe more! bsb never seen the best of him,he was fast and won some races etc, but never really took to, or really got on with a lot of the tight tracks,his strengths are on wide open tracks,so i hope he can showcase his talent on the big circuts a bit more,good luck to the lad, b nice to see a bsb rider taking the odd scalp in gps

Beezer Knees - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 11:58 AM

So--- Bradders beats the Ducatis. Our man here at good pace already. How about leting the aliens have a new class (Moto 4!) and letting all the CRTs, proddie Hondas, Yam engined specials & satelites have the Moto GP. That surely would bring closer racing.
Another point- the Brits are all performing reasonably well. Maybe not Champion quaility, but def, ok.

Md Zane - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 2:26 PM

Birdy should leave Laverty on the ART and put Yonny on the other for the time being just to see how things pan out.Don't know if Micheals rode this track before but with the 1.6 in hand over his team mate and second fastest CRT bike at the end of the test I'd be more than happy thinking top CRT in some races and maybe even the possibility of Champion CRT at the end of the year.

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