MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow's Ducati MotoGP deal done


Cal Crutchlow's factory Ducati MotoGP deal set to be announced on Friday.

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duffmeister

August 01, 2013 5:01 PM

should of stayed at yam he would of got something better than that lump of **** he will ride now, oh well mid pack it is then cal silly boy , but reading this he may stay as yam are trying to put something together to keep him , lets hope so a .

Tefer

August 01, 2013 5:09 PM

Ummm. Not what I was hoping for, may be a factory bike but it's one that's worse than his satellite Yamaha.

Still, if the decision is made then good luck and lets hope it gets turned around.

Roundiniho

August 01, 2013 5:23 PM

Now come on lads/lasses. I cant stand this "he sold out", "motivated by money" stuff. Put yourself in his shoes. Like really think about it.
I'd love the opportunity to ride in ANY race, but i cant, because i live in the "real world" and cant afford it etc..... He persisted and kept at it, worked on and crafted his trade, who knew that lad, swapping paint with haslam, sykes byrne et al. around places like knock hill would actually be a real contender to Rossi. Forget about form and situation, it is what it is.
And now hes got a real opportunity here, paid squillions (probably) to ride actual factory kit.....whether the bikes a pup or not, i say well done sir.

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