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I guess it's really easy for the armchair experts to have a very simplistic view on what Mr Ezpeleta's definition of "success" is, for many people maybe it only matters whether a "blue one" or a "red one" wins. I reckon he's absolutely correct, CRT is a massive success for the world championship and has probably saved it from itself. For 2013 half the grid is CRT's, you don't get much more of a success than that. What he needs to focus on now is bringing the prototypes back a couple of seconds a lap. Rather than try to take the CRT's up to the prototypes, it'll be way cheaper. Banning pneumatic valves and having a control ECU would be a good start.

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