MotoGP » Crutchlow defends pull-in decision


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Sorry but if you take the pay check then you do the job. I understand that Cal did not want to injure himself and do not wish him to do so. I do believe however he could have knocked it back a bit and still stayed on the race track. I am pretty sure he would have not finished last and thus picked up a couple of points. There are a lot of people who put a shed load of effort in to getting these guys on the grid, in effort, time and money. If he thought he could not do the job then he should have had the nerve to say so in advance, rather than come back too soon and a stand in rider, desperate for a chance, could have been out on the bike.



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