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Cal is riding "Jorges old bike" what Jorge rode at the end of last season. Bradley is riding "Cals old bike" sort of like what Jorge rode at the beginning of last season. Therfore cals bike is slightly more developed that Bradleys, this keeps costs down for Tech 3. Brad is still adapting to the bike, coupled to a completely new track he would be struggling. MM is a freak so no comparisons and the CRTs are an evolution of last year so their riders (who rode last season) are already familiar with what they can do. The difference? CRTs will remain relatively level whilst Brad will improve vastly when he gets a bit more expeience under his belt. Best satellite bike in the paddock? No, they'll be the works Hondas in the satellite garages! But when all is said and done you will believe what you want to irrespective of the reality.



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