MotoGP » Suzuki plans Barcelona MotoGP test return


"The plan is to take part in the Barcelona post-race test. I will be riding at the test and also one European rider" - Nobuatsu Aoki.

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freeze1au

February 26, 2013 10:50 AM

Interesting that with Suzuki's Return as a a full manufacturer, and the up to 4 bikes (2 Factory/2Satellite) Honda's promised 'Production Racer' (up to 5 bikes) and Yamaha's Engine supply deal (4 factory engine's in teams own chassis') There doesn't seem to be a need for the CRT's as we know them now, from next year!
I personally like the CRT''s Concept but to have only 3 manufacturers, and really only 2 manufacturers on the grid that can realistically compete for the podium Just doesn't do MotoGP Justice!
I cant wait for a satellite team to claim a WIN and not just a podium again
CRT's were supposed to bring excitement back to MotoGP,
I say bring on next year, get these CRT riders on the bikes they deserve to be riding!

shamarone

February 26, 2013 11:02 AM

re: "There doesn't seem to be a need for the CRT's as we know them now, from next year!"

there isn't. they're DOA.

"no pulse doctor, i'm afraid we lost 'em". (paramedic wipes bead of sweat from his forehead)

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