MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Crutchlow 'frustrating' fifth after factory fight


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Cal rode the wheels off his satellite bike. It was as clear as day that his bike was lacking top end power, even when compared to Rossi's factory Yamaha. However, a lot of Cal's problems yesterday would have been solved if he could get a decent start for once. It was a weakness all last season and he's still not resolved it. He can't blame the bike either as Bradley got off the line great. Getting a good start is a science and he and his crew needs to devote more time into it. No point being awesome in qualifying when it's all undone in the first five seconds of the race.



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