MotoGP » Crutchlow eyeing podium, talks Indy circuit changes


Cal Crutchlow sets his sights on the podium at Indianapolis after qualifying in fourth position, just three hundredths behind Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa.

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Don-R

August 18, 2013 12:23 AM

I'm surprised that Yamaha have upgraded Cal with the same fuel tank and seat unit that the works bikes have. Apart from the slightly different swing arm and electronics it's very nearly full works spec now (at least until the seamless shift arrives). Once he'd signed for Ducati I didn't expect to see him get the upgrades.

I guess it shows how keen Yamaha are to try and hold back the Hondas in the second half of the season.

reinmacre

August 18, 2013 2:18 AM

Cal Crutchlow, the most over hyped rider in the history of MotoGP. More pub than Pippa's big sis. There are people on this website that have referred to this guy as achieving "alien status"..... lmfao.
Bradl has a much better shot at stardom in MotoGP. In a few years, when Cal is back in WSBK, winning the occasional race, Scott Redding will have all the british contingent happy and old CC will only be a distant memory.

reinmacre

August 18, 2013 2:24 AM

If IMS would actually revise the layout using the banking as turn one, CC would be bitching and moaning about the lack of runoff and safety.

Dude's just bumping his gums again, trying to be a toughguy. Bro, now that you have the means, invest in a nightguard before you grind those choppers down anymore.

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