MotoGP » Set-up progress for Crutchlow, Dovizioso


"Each time I went out I had a full fuel tank and we definitely made some progress" - Cal Crutchlow.

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Cadwell - Unregistered

July 17, 2012 9:03 PM

Cal needs to get on with business, if hes able. Smooching Rossi's rear for the press is not going to win him any favors. Did anyone see the way he followed Rossi Home to help his points total. I would have fired him then and there!

potter88

July 17, 2012 11:54 PM

Apparently rumours are Spies is linked back to WSB on a Haslams BMW next year.

Rossi's Sponsors are prepared to pay Yamaha Big Money to see there man back on a Factory Competitive bike next year at Yamaha which could swing in Rossi's favour as Yamaha don't have a big main sponsor in GP and would welcome Rossi's sponsor money with open arms.

Which then leaves Hayden and Crutchlow at Ducati and Bradley Smith and Dovi on Tech 3

Wacko - Unregistered

July 18, 2012 1:57 AM

The other unanswered question here is whether Bautista has done enough on the Gresini bike to keep it under him next season. Guys like Espargaro and Iannone would kill to be on that thing. Going to get cutthroat here shortly! Smith is in for a world of slagging methinks!

markg - Unregistered

July 18, 2012 1:50 PM

Obviously Schwantz is American and thus we can assume some bias but a bit more from a recent Schwantz interview found at Superbike planet.

"I've heard more positive about Spies, and the fact that he's probably still going to have a spot, more than I have ever heard all season. Hayden, ... Nick doesn't deserve to be replaced by a guy named Crutchlow, who says if he had a factory bike, he could be winning. He (Crutchlow) hasn't been on the frickin' podium yet."

I agree with Schwantz but my Irish/German/English American DNA is defective so blast me CC fans.

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