MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Flying Crutchlow splits Lorenzo, Rossi

'As the track conditions improve some of the rest will get faster and it is still going to be very tough to be on the podium' - Cal Crutchlow

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April 05, 2013 9:31 PM
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@ jjthekid46

You have me confused with "Reality". I didn't post anything about Cal Crutchlow.

@ Bomba

Good point about the frames. I can't confirm Lorenzo, but I know Rossi is using the 2012 chassis for now, and plans to switch over mid-season. In effect, Crutchlow's bike isn't much different than a full-factory bike AT THIS TIME, so the assertions that he'd be running better on a factory bike are negated.

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