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Sorry, but seems many fans are either can't see the bigger picture, are plain thick, or are steeped in Factory issue bull***t. If CRT isn't seen as a success for what it has achieved, it'll be cos MotoGP fans collectively are too short-sighted or dense to see it. Ezpeleta has proved with CRT that a low-cost prototype racing motorcycle can be plenty fast enough and entertaining enough to offer quality racing - that is its success IMO. Fools just look at the fact that the HRC /Yams clear off & call them slow simply cos a CRT without a JL or DP onboard can't lap as fast. Seems fans are too dumb to realise that, with a bit of development, suitable rules and no handful of Full factory and 'not allowed to win' satellite bikes there, a grid full of CRT's with top pilots would provide a proper, competitive, exciting racing spectacle. Remember - prototype didn't exist as a term in GP till recently, (anyway CRT's are 'prototype' racing bikes) & CRT (looked at properly) definitely has the pote



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