MotoGP » Strong power map sends Crutchlow in a spin

"At Aragon we were so slow in a straight line that we had to try something here" - Cal Crutchlow.

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October 13, 2013 6:05 PM

They should invent something to allow the riders to meter the power to the rear wheel so that they would not have too much of it when they didn't need it. Something they would control by, say, twisting their right wrist.


October 13, 2013 9:01 PM

As I said yesterday, it is never his fault. Too much power, too little power, underseat tank, no underseat tank, conspiracy theory etc etc. maybe the problem is that he is just not good enough. He is on a similar level to Bautista and Bradl at best. Wait for next year, Dovi will beat him on the same bike, just like he did last year.


October 13, 2013 10:03 PM
Last Edited 591 days ago

Ha! Was my prediction not spot-on? 6th again I said and behind Alvaro...and many more excuses.

His bike was not at all slower than the other Yamaha's at the last race. Go check the speed classifications. He is just a mediocre rider trying hard to keep punching above his weight. Money is all that drives this beast.


October 13, 2013 10:08 PM

Put Cal and Michael (Laverty) on the same bikes and you will see how good Cal really is. Rubbish!

I will bet that Bradley will be finishing in front of Cal next year...and Bradley himself is nothing special.

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