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You are on the money with that comment. The explosion of fuel within metal walls are ancient history...only so much you can do with that and they are probably nearing its developmental end. Electronics are the key part of lapping faster and faster, and giving more endurance to tyres while minimizing fuel usage. I agree that the tech is expensive and it is the expense that is causing the grid to dwindle along with fan base interest. So I am not necessarily against CRT, although I believe it is not in keeping with the original intent and concept of Motor Grand Prix racing, but some solution had to be put in place to minimize the cost and improve the size of the grid. A whole bunch of people are doing the CRT thing and the grid is larger than it has been in years.. so maybe this is it. However for this to work they need to slow the factories down or curtail their spending.