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MotoGP will never end. It's like saying that F1 will also end. There might be a decrease in manufacturers participating but it does not mean that the end is in sight. I think the CRT concept is a great idea, and it will show in the long term that costs can be controlled in a manner that put more competitive riders and bikes on the grid. A very good example is Moto2. Though the engines are standards, the prototype chassis and the brilliance of the rider shows that anyone can win a race. If all the manufacturers decide to leave, I am willing to bet that current MotoGP riders WILL stay and participate on the CRT concepts. Possibly some will leave for World Superbike but the majority will stay in the premier class.