MotoGP » Aspar team defends Aprilia CRT MotoGP bike


“We have to present a project to the Grand Prix Commission and they will decide if the bike is CRT or a factory bike. We will do everything within the rules” - Gino Borsoi.


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moto4moto4

May 25, 2013 7:14 AM

not really valid, at least not within the spirit of the rules- yes the engine is derived from a production bike but CRT was supposed to be secondary manufacturers putting an engine in a prototype chassis. This is not a prototype but a production bike chassis.

That said, all other manufacturers not already in motoGP should simply enter their World Superbikes. Especially as we are always hearing that they are very similar in performance.

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