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Well its all politics aint it. Who has upset who in the YAMAHA camp. Now where does all of this changing and retirement leave Cal Crutchlow. Hope he has a ride for next year. How can Bradley smith get a MOTOGP ride. He aint won nothing in the smaller classes especially MOTO 2. Cal Crutchlow has done the same as Jorge Lorenzo when he started and that was to keep crashing for a while until he got himself sorted.
All the riders do that, but Cal is a tremendous rider especially when the going is tough as he has proved. I noticed Cal was on a ventolin pump at the indy, and he did not look well, well I have been on that for years, so I know how he feels. Ben Spies sounds like he was a guinea pig for Rossi,s return. Rossi is to old for MOTOGP and should go to World Superbike with Max Biaggi, now that would liven it up.