You are about to report the comment below to the Crash.Net moderators as being abusive. An abusive comment may contain profanity, personal attacks or commercial SPAM.
Please do not report this comment as being abusive if you simply disagree with the comment posted. If this is the case then you can click on the "disagree" icon () in the upper right of the comment's post to show your dissatisfaction.
Crash.Net moderators will view all reported comments and will act as they deem necessary. This may be editing the comment or total deletion.
I think Edwards is missing the point of CRT. The long term plan for CRT is that it's the way Dorna and the FIM want Moto1 to work. Yes, the putative future class.
They want to do away with the sport's reliance on a handful of big factories and the way they see of making that work is creating an infrastructure like that in F1. The trouble with this is that F1 has worked like that since day 1, you can't just make MotoGP work like that overnight. So the idea is that CRT is there to concentrate on chassis development without massive engine costs. However there is no doubt that they need to close the performance gap between CRT and the factories gradually over the next few years. If they have a target of say 2017 for the new class then they need the CRT bikes to be as fast as the factories in 2016.