MotoGP » Le Mans: Crutchlow - Coughing blood to podium champagne


“I was lying on the floor with blood in the helmet and didn't know what the situation was” - Cal Crutchlow.

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TalentFan

May 19, 2013 9:12 PM

And a wet race often negates machinery advantages and levels the playing field as well. In fact I recall Rossi fans using this same argument when Rossi rode the Ducati in the wet, and that was just fine then, right?

See my earlier post where I said no one with a brain could knock this ride from Cal? Seems some like to provide a demonstration to prove the point.

IanM - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 9:14 PM

What a great result for Cal! Perfect timing to knock back those Espagaro rumours! Now just stop whinging about your bike and get on with what you can clearly do best. And if you dont stop whinging I am gonna knock on your Ramsey apartment door when I am at the TT and tell you myself to shut it and get on with it. Never hurt anyone to stay in the Yamaha fold long term.....

wadcutter - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 9:25 PM
Last Edited 500 days ago

Nice job with those injuries!!!!

He let the riding do the talking today, more of the same HoneyBadger!

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Baiting comment removed

99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 10:48 PM

Not a bad result from the man some people here reckon is a 'waste of time!'
If Yamaha need any more convincing that Crutchlow deserves a factory ride,they need shooting.
If they let him go at the end of the season,they will be sorry.

Ian S - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 11:24 PM

"Blood in his helmet? It was a nose bleed. "...Oh really Gille, were you there beside him when he came off? Perhaps you were the marshal or the doctor? Or perhaps you should just shut up!

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