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Guys you're missing the point about CRT. CRT is not intended to be the future. It's there to proviude a budget entry level for constructors to try to create the sort of infrastructure found in F1. Whether or not you can create in five years an infrastructure that has existed for more than half a century in F1 remains to be seen.
The plan for Moto1 when it finally arrives is that these constructors will be using full fat engines. Indeed remember there is nothing to stop these constructors using full fat engines now, IF they can get them.
Giving them more engines or allowing their engines to make more power would make entering under these rules (rather than full prototype) much more expensive. Which would remove the point of the regulations in the first place. If a team with enough money to build more powerful engines or just to have lots more engines took part they would beat the low budget CRT entries and those teams would leave the sport.