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@ Racer X
yep agree Crutchlow has good history on the superbikes from BSB and did well on the 1000 although he now needs to stop crashing and improve the consistency as that is what really counts to get points on the board each round.
However as it was the 1st year of the 1000cc all 4 M1's started on a par but 1 yeasr on will the Tech3 bikes be as they were last year with all the focus now on moving Lorenzo & Rossi's bikes forward thus creating the 2 tier M1's that ran in the past. Hopefully not as he has proved quick in races finishing close at the end timewise so hopefully yamaha get the finger out for ALL M1's and he's in with a chance.
Rossi defo dumbing down his chances and he'll get up to speed but hopefully Audi move the Ducati on to give Hayden & Dovi a competitive bike