MotoGP » Crutchlow shrugs off crash, happy with improvements

Cal Crutchlow insists he is happy to be showing a marked improvement over his 2011 performance at Indianapolis, despite an FP1 tumble.

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August 18, 2012 8:32 AM

Stories in foreign press have Cal possibly heading back to WSBK to partner Sykes at Kawasaki next year. I think that would be a pity, because I think he has more to offer in MotoGP. The improvement from last year to this is remarkable, and if he stays at Tech 3 (his best option IMHO) I think he can continue to improve. After all, he can go back to WSBK anytime - even up to 40, as Max and Carlos have proved.

Md Zane - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 10:17 AM

Think Kawasaki would be mad to get shot of Loris Baz.

Come on Cal ye saved enough engines sitting behind Dovi, now its time to prove ye good enough to do the job.No good sitting behind Dovi now he's got ye job,get on the inside and push him wide.

I like watching Cals aggressive ridind but the honey badger has turned out to be a bit of a honey bee buzzing arround being more of pest than a threat.

english alan - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 10:27 AM

Great picture composition with the bike on the floor in the background, glad Cal's not hurt, there's only one guy he needs to beat this weekend and we all know who that is, perhaps riding for the team is not as important now, time for some hard overtakes


August 18, 2012 11:40 AM

He has shown he is faster then Dovi but AD has consistency on his side,If Cal could get a good start he could make things interesting but Dovi has this guys number and seems to be able to hold Cal at Bay every race.Cal Crutchlow is another guy to Fall to MotoGP politics,Bottom line...WE NEED MORE FACTORY BIKE/MANUFACTUERS

Prince - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 11:43 AM

I'm a Dovi it's a little critism for English fans who thinks Cal os faster...We can see with the help of the results who is the better rider...

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