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Old 06-20-2013, 02:32 PM   #21
Mr.337
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example. something like Colin Edwards CRT machine which is slower is around ($400,000) then the new honda is gonna be costing somewhere around brittish pounds 870,000 or ($1,345,716.00) those aren't even the MotoGP bikes.....

http://www.motorsportmagazine.com/ra...e-perspective/

Next year, when new rules designed to curb the performance of the prototypes and boost the performance of CRT bikes come into force, the gap will narrow some more. The arrival of Honda’s production RCV may also give privateers a chance of getting closer to the front, though some CRT teams are already shaking their heads at the predicted price of the machine. The RCV is expected to cost about 870,000, or about three times as much as an FTR Kawasaki or Suter BMW. Honda’s announcement of the ‘budget’ RCV led many (including myself) to predict the demise of CRT bikes from next year, but now I’m not so sure. Motorcycle racing has always been a mostly skint sport and especially in these straitened times 800 grand is too much for many teams.
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