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'I can't turn the bike well and I am also struggling a little bit for rear grip' - Cal Crutchlow

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hoppy

August 23, 2013 4:42 PM

In which way is Cal mediocre uwang?
He is by far the best of the satellite riders and is 34 points ahead of his nearest rival Stefan.He is also kicking the factory Ducati boys ar*es too.
How does that equate to being "mediocre" exactly?

hoppy

August 23, 2013 8:36 PM

Lol,i love the way people disagree with facts!
Cal IS the leading satellite rider.
Cal IS 34 points ahead of Stefan.
Cal IS beating both factory Ducatis.
Yet the infantile still come here and hit the disagree button!
Priceless.
Crash,its about time the agree and disagree buttons were scrapped!
Lol.

pcxmac

August 24, 2013 12:23 AM
Last Edited 238 days ago

if Cal want's to find time its going to have to be in setup, engine potential, and traction control, lots of riders are different when it comes to the cog of a bike, thinking Jorge's development direction is going to help Cal is naive at best. The Yam has been a pig since 2011+ anyways, and only been able to compete due to the help of Bridgestone.

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