MotoGP » Ducati decision looming for Crutchlow, Dovizioso

Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Dovizioso will need to make a 2015 MotoGP decision without knowing how good Gigi Dall'Igna's first Ducati will be.

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June 13, 2014 7:25 PM

Cal's comments and stance are pure stupidity in my view.
Everybody was fully aware that the Ducati was not as good as the Yamaha and only the truly talented could have a hope of doing reasonably on it.
Cal must have known. Everybody warned him. But he was seduced by the money and the 'status' of being a factory racer. So he is where he is.
And where else does he think he will end up if he walks from Ducati?
Does he really think there is a slightest chance of a factory Honda or Yamaha ride?
As a Ducati fan I hope Cal does walk from Ducati. He's proving to be a liability and Iannone is much more deserving of a factory ride. At least Andrea tries. The fastest thing about Cal is his mouth.


June 13, 2014 8:30 PM

If Cal keeps churning out results like today Ducati will give him the tin tak. We all know the Ducati has serious handling issues, lets face it after a few laps no ones racing each other anyway. its just a parade of very expensine bikes watching the youth dissaperar! so get on with it and stop being a tool, or resign if its so bad! In fact, tell you what ill swap jobs with you, you any good at plumbing?


June 13, 2014 8:36 PM

Cal just does not belong to Ducati, he doesn't have the experience to win the same as Casey (Stoner) did have, while Andrea seems to go from strength to strength. I doubt though he ( Andrea) will win the same as Stoner but I hope I am wrong. Crutchlow just moans and moans and doesn't seem to want to get on with the job without moaning.

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