MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Crutchlow so close to maiden pole


'It is going to be a very difficult race but I am ready for it' - Cal Crutchlow

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canseemore

April 07, 2013 8:18 AM

Fast in testing, fast in FP and now the front row :) All good signs for the race, and you never know what other factors will crop up in a race!
And a shout out to Bradley Smith, who is in with the other prototypes and getting faster and faster, reminds me of another Brit in motogp who is fast as anyone now :)

Djanjo - Unregistered

April 07, 2013 8:36 AM

Criminal that they waste the other factory Yamaha on a has been. I hope T3 enjoy some development from Yamaha through the season.

Come on Cal, show them what they're missing!

Hagbard Celine - Unregistered

April 07, 2013 11:52 AM

Unfortunately Djanjo, MotoGP is a business, and VR brings in lots of money and a cult following of drones who keep buying his endless array of T-shirts, hats, motorcycles emblazoned with corporate logos etc. The powers that be realise this and also realise that once he leaves MotoGP, he'll take away a lot of the fair-weather fans with him. He may be getting older, but he still has a wealth of talent. It's early days, I wouldn't right the old dog off quite yet. He will face a tough battle to get to the top, and it remains to be seen if he ever can.

shamarone - Unregistered

April 07, 2013 2:16 PM

not sure how this whole factory kit/no factory kit thing's gonna play out...? not sure if yam's motivated or demotivated to help at this point since he appears to be getting results. if anything, what's most likely to happen are parts'll suddenly start falling off the man's bike. gee, where did that extra caliper bolt come from...?

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