MotoGP » Confident Crutchlow takes on Stoner in Spain

Cal Crutchlow keeps Casey Stoner company throughout the Catalunya Grand Prix on the way to fifth place.

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ZAK. - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 8:04 AM

@Tae ka
You could not ride at Cals level so dont come on talking nonsense. And please learn to write in correct English so we could understand what you are trying to express!.

4UMOANERS - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 8:42 AM

Stoner has a bad day at the office and Cal couldn't pass him and blames his tires and whatever else he can think of!
I was going to take Dovi
I was going to take Stoner
I was...
I was...
I was...
All I can say is.... As if!!!!!!
No chance you could match Dovi
No chance you could have passed Stoner
No chance that you will ever win a WC that is for sure
Only chance of getting a full factory bike is becuz there isn't enough proven riders available and none match Rossi, JL, Dani and Stoner, so a factory takes what it can get
And they say Stoner is a moaner,the best of them is Cal , 5th time this year he has had something to moan about.


June 04, 2012 8:56 AM


He had Dovi at Qatar AND Jerez. And all other races so far have been pretty dam close ACTUALLY, so I guess you're ACTUALLY speaking out your @ss... Besides Cal having MANY years less experience in MotoGP than his team mate. I take nothing away from Dovi, it's FANTASTIC to see him getting results like these. But why have there always gotta be these ridiculous haters who know sweet fookall....?

The guy is clearly much better than you haters were giving credit for last season, even now...

justforfun - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 10:24 AM

Wow, this is just another cocky little Brit. Ok Cal you are fast because you were right there riding with the World Champ.

So, Dovi who beat the World Champ is an Alien!

I think the Championship is far from just started! It's too soon to talk highly about yourself....remember anything can happen in Racing.


June 04, 2012 10:38 AM

Bradley Smith isnt worthy of a GP bike yet in my view.

He hasnt won a race in Moto2 yet, hasn't challenged for a Title and this year has been no where near the front. He needs more time in Moto2 before joining GP.

I think due to Redding's size etc he might be better off on a GP bike as in yesterdays race was getting mullered on the straights

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