MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: CRT tyre debut 'overwhelmingly positive'

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I do get fed up with people with no clue saying the CRT's are nothing but a POS. Simply cos they aren't as fast as a full factory or satellite bike with a top rider on board, and a budget hundreds of times bigger, and with only 1 season under their belt. Where do these people come from. If someone gave these guys one run out on a bike they'd never seen in a WC race, and then gave them a load of cr@p for being slow, they'd think that was unfair, right? Gimme a break! CRT's are NOT rubbish, and neither was the concept to try to develop a MotoGP field where costs were affordable and the field more competitive by intorducing them. Without megabucks, a geek army and pneumatic valves, those CRT's would suddenly look very good. Its just they have a fraction of the resources, yet go very nearly as fast on a lot less.

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