MotoGP » Crutchlow: At the moment I have no job

Cal Crutchlow insists nothing has changed for next season, despite confirmation that Nicky Hayden will not be retained by Ducati for MotoGP in 2014.

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July 19, 2013 7:34 PM

It's not as if Yamaha doesn't want crutch on a factory bike, it's more just bad timing. It was the same reason dovi didnt get it. Giving up either Rossi or Lorenzo for crutch also seems like a hard bargain.. Dropping a 9 time world champ for crutchlow just doesn't seem like a good deal to Yamaha. Spies got the ride when Rossi left and the timing was much better for him. It's just a bad time for riders looking to score a factory seat. What really amazes me though is yamahas unwillingness to offer him a full factory spec bike with tech3 similar to what lcr does with bradl.

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