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I posted b4 the race that on paper with 5 full factory bikes in there, plus the testing advantage that 6th was realistic, and that 4th or even 5th would be a fantastic result. The way Cal rode today with his corner speed and closing down on the brakes, as well as the recovery and 2 great passes on AB & SB suggest that this was a top-drawer ride from CC. Controlled aggression and raw speed - even his run-on was due to him knowing that he had to try to force his way by Bradl's factory bike to make ground. Look at the No of posts on this thread btw - its a few simply cos the army of Rossi fans who would have been queuing up to lay into him have no ammo. A stunning ride & result. Keep it up Cal!



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