MotoGP » Crutchlow eyed WSBK during rookie season


“I was battling with riders that I thought were rubbish and they're not rubbish, they're incredibly talented” - Cal Crutchlow.

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joat

August 10, 2013 2:32 AM

Dont know why he thought other MotoGP riders were 'rubbish'. No one gets any kind of these bikes without having a hell of a lot to prove. That much said, I have huge respect for Cal, he has done well (maybe too well) on a bike thats not designed for winning podiums. Just look at Rossi's results in comparison.

V4Poweeeer

August 10, 2013 3:40 AM

"I was battling with riders that I thought they were rubbish, but they weren't they were extremely talented"

Funny that most people thought you were rubbish and crashed to much and didn't know why Yamaha wanted you to ride one of their bikes until the end of last year and up until now. Funny how things change given a bit of time who knows Bradders might start to show some real form next year.

TedG

August 10, 2013 5:21 AM

@Realist,
As you know by now I am an optimist. When I say he will do well, I mean that he will do better than Dovi or Hayden are doing presently. And will do better if the bike progresses. And it will now that Precious is gone.

samas

August 10, 2013 7:14 AM

@DB8.
I'm so sorry you took it that way cont. short for continue I had run out of room on the previous page, actually I enjoy most of your posts as for Dovi I like him but by the same token I can't see him pushing that bit over the limit.
Cal and Crazy Joe however I can see them pushing once they've got used to the beast I hope that answers your question.

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