MotoGP » Second for Crutchlow after 'worst day of season'


Cal Crutchlow bounces back from his 'worst day of the season' to qualify on the front row as the top Yamaha rider for the German MotoGP.

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Balance

July 13, 2013 5:21 PM

Was a very decente lap for Cal like is normal, like i had say before he can t complain about the bike!! Doing fast laps is nice he never seam to get tired of crash and right after he take the bike and go over the limit again, thats good but he still have to worck is Focus on races and improve is race pace.. Anyway 4sure he will be there for the fight for tomorow lets see what Cal can manage

atxsxsw

July 13, 2013 7:28 PM

Cal will need to be careful in the early laps until he gets the fuel level down to the point where the bike is more manageable. He will probably lose a few seconds to VR and MM during the first 5 or 6 laps and then he may be able to fight back. I suspect that he and Bradl will be fighting for the last podium spot, assuming nobody up front takes a fall.

hoppy

July 13, 2013 7:32 PM

A great effort from Cal again today.Ok it is clear that his journey to the front row was assisted by Jorge and Dani being absent but well done to him all the same.
Lets hope this can translate into a podium finish.

lean two

July 13, 2013 11:40 PM

wow with all the crashes his included, hope he keeps it on two wheels as well, on the track...

if so, he's due for a win, b/c opportunities like this, with JL out and Dani banged up wont come often...

StatDude

July 13, 2013 11:58 PM

You can teach a fast rider how not to fall, but you cannot teach a slow rider how to be fast.
I say keep pushing to the limits Cal, it separates you from the rest of the midpack riders who seem to be content settling for fifth...

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