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Its kinda funny how people continue to believe there is some kind conspiracy going on when it come to the CRT yet fail to understand the longterm economic reality of motogp, that being the fact the sport have become too expensive for many teams especially in an cash-strapped environment. In this case the choices are:
a)accept CRT bikes as a stop-gap solution to a shrinking grid until a real solution is found
b)accept a sport that would continue to shrink leaving it with a grid that is really uncompetitive
As I said before, I'm no fan of the CRT bikes, but its much better than seeing a grid dominated by either yamaha or honda.
Excluding Stoner, the Ducati has never really been a rider friendly bike and the problems are not limited to Rossi. Look at Hayden for example...truth to be told, he's still struggling with the bike and the same can be said about talented riders such as Checa, Bayliss, Melandri and Capirossi -- all whom have struggled with the ducati prototype even th