MotoGP » Abraham, Cardion join CRT class for MotoGP 2013


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Considering (for some bizarre reason) the rules say manufacturers can only supply a maximum of 4 bikes (2 factory, 2 customer) they had to go to CRT as soon as Pramac got the Ducati Jnr deal. So there will only ever be 12 prototypes in 2013 unless another manufacturer comes in. This odd rule was put in place to stop one manufacturer dominating with the most bikes but what it is doing is limiting prototypes and killing the series. CRTs don't help as they are off the pace. They really should go back to prototype engines and any chassis (factories can run their own bikes) but chassis makers like FTR, Kalex, Suter etc can supply chassis to customers who buy off the shelf Honda, Yamaha, Ducati etc engines. But to keep it fair, level and affordable a standard ECU and electronics package must be set.



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