MotoGP » Crutchlow: It was a challenging day


'We didn't go as fast as yesterday, but would've gone faster as we changed the bike really drastically' - Cal Crutchlow

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Spartacus

November 12, 2013 10:52 PM

Didn't Dany say that the track grip was good and for that reason he was able to push the bike to its near limit? Now, what would happen if the track had no grip? Cal you better request your suit manuf. to double layer your suit at the impact zones and install an airbag system while you are at it! Someting tells me that Spidi is going to be collecting a bunch of data from Cal and Dovi.

DuqueDomocos

November 13, 2013 1:21 AM

Crutchlow must be thinking - if I was on my Yamaha I could have been 4th today. Yeah, but I got a factory ride, even if I'm only eleventh...and two places behind a rookie on my old bike.

Talk about letting oneself (and ones fans) down.

Kwack636R

November 13, 2013 4:05 AM

"Cal Crutchlow blamed a lack of front-end grip after a second day spill at the Valencia MotoGP test on the factory Ducati."

That sounds familiar, Casey was saying that back in 2010...

Really hope Gigi can turn it around for them and that Cal turns up and shocks everyone in Feb 2014.

KOOL

November 13, 2013 4:37 AM

That photo of Cal with the crew guy-the one with the grey hair and beard with his arm around him..
Looks like Cal has had some magic mushies or something to take the anxiety away while the crew guy says "Here it is Cal..your touching it now..and your never going to be the same again"
Anyway I wish Cal all the best that is for sure.

Motojunky

November 13, 2013 4:53 AM

Soon as word got out that Cal signed for Ducati I said he better get used to looking at the back of Bradley. Gee wiz it's already happening.
No surprise to me.
Another riders ability diluted by Ducati.
But Cal made his bed lined with money, now he can lay in it.

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