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I love the classic internet sensationalism...
I don't think his comments were meant to crap on the CRTs nearly as much as people are reading into it...
I think it has to do with the position Pirro is in...career-wise...right now, he needs to prove himself as a GP rider, so he can stay in the paddock. That is, he needs to show he has the speed of the bulk of the GP field.
Onto CRTs...We all know that in terms of raw numbers, the top CRT bikes actually aren't really that far from the prototypes, BUT we also know we are similarly a couple of years away from getting close racing with CRTs and prototypes on track. Should Pirro spend these next couple of years developing a CRT, chances are he may not make it long enough to reap the rewards down the line. So given that reality, he knows its in his best interest to ride a bike that can show that he has the speed to keep up with the GP boys. Right now.
But that doesn't mean that *all* the CRTs are dogs--or that he dislikes them--but ridin