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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scooter22

June 28, 2013 6:33 PM

@benito
so no one on here is allowed an opinion on what i saw today,
clearly your a Rossi Fan and entitled to your opinion as well but the fact is yet again Rossi hasn't qualified well he WAS THE TOP YAMAHA RIDER TODAY and didn't deliver oh well that's racing
funny its been the same for the last 7 races!!!!!

R6Ryder

June 28, 2013 9:35 PM

Do any of you guys actually watch ? Cuz if u did u would see that rossi has been faster than most (including cal) all weekend. These guys do 1 fast lap at the end of a session and bump him and u guys all day he is slow. Watch tomorrow and see if cal or bradl or anyone has faster race laps. These guys can do good 1 off laps . What about FP4 where they weron Race setup and rossi was 2nd. And he was on pole with a minute to go. The last minute he got pipped. How many dry races has cal beat him? Texas? When else? Open your eyes. Yea, rossi is far from what he use to be but in race pace he is 4th best in the world . Period. How many race fastest laps does cal beat him? Rossi beat him in Qatar, Jerez and Catalunya. Crashed in lemans, Mugello and lost in Texas, cal is far from "owning" him like some of u think.
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46OverLord

June 28, 2013 11:11 PM

Did anyone notice that Yamaha boss was in Tech3 garage with Cal before Qualifying, and not with Rossi?

Even without Yamaha's support Vale qualified 4th. Not many rider can do that. With Yamaha support he would take easy pole.

Very politic at Yamaha. Crutchlow gets all support now that Jorge is injured, Rossi none. This shows Rossi's performance is better than other Yamaha riders.

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