MotoGP » First pole for Cal Crutchlow in hectic Assen qualifying

Cal Crutchlow takes his first grand prix pole position during qualifying for the Dutch MotoGP at Assen.

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June 28, 2013 2:36 PM

@Bonnethill, I agree with you about the lack of talk and more "Kapow" Batman style returns to anyone who dared criticise the chosen one. They got their chance to discuss what is going on and all it turned into was an "I love him more" post fest......... And then the conversation threads died...........Strange eh?


June 28, 2013 3:02 PM

Well that was a cracking pole for Cal but with all humility at the press conference he stated "its not a true pole Jorge wasn't here" well at least he is honest.
This is getting silly now i have read after every race weekend Rossi's season starts here race 7 still no front row and Jorge injured Danny Crashed Marquez has a fractured finger and toe so what does that tell you, I have huge respect for The Doctor but perhaps he needs to see a sports psychologist as even with the three aliens out of qualifying or injured he still cannot compete, beaten by two satellite bikes and an injured 18 year old. To all you Rossiari please be sensible look at the facts and stop berating others who are better than Herr Doctore.


June 28, 2013 3:08 PM


Really, adult debates. I've been coming here for years and rarely seen that shy beast :)

As for those complaining that Rossi should quit as he is starting behind a satellite bike. Well... So is everyone else...


June 28, 2013 3:10 PM

Great observation, Larry. That's finding a silver linimg! I think, for the championship, that's the smart move. Jorge can work his way though to a points position then cruise. Mantequilla (butter-smooth) time Jorge!


June 28, 2013 3:39 PM

This all about Rossi, that Jorge is injured, Dani crashed, and Marc is in pain is total bulls...t, this is racing, that happens, how much u can talk about this, maybe Vale didnt won Title in 2010 because of broken leg, Dani because of Sic taking him out and injuries, that is stupid. All three made mistakes and that is why they r where they are. Rossi did a great job, awesome performance from Cal, but race is tommorow sow we'll see, good luck to all. Buona fortuna a voi Valentino!

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