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I've followed cal for years and he's always been a character, He's also a very nice bloke to meet. es he speaks his mind has great confidence in his ability, which comes across as arrogance but if he didn't have this he wouldn't be where he is. His first year in motogp , sucked the 800 and him were not compatible, a completely different 1000cc machine, bang, he was on it. Front row positions quicker than his team mate, his issue last year from what i noticed, was handling the bike with cold tyres and a heavy fuel load, cal would be running front runners pace mid distance . As he even stated himself, Dovi's lines last year were perfect and his braking was strong, it was also obvious that cal was the quicker of the two but by this point behind dovi, hence the tech 3 two being together lap after lap on camera cal would then push and tuck the front, school boy errors but what you gonna do when you know your faster, stay behind him or do you think the racer in you would say I can do it? d



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