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I like Cal and think he's got giant balls of brass, but you can't win a race going balls-out (like we say back home). Cal is great at riding a lap on the limit, and you can ride on the limit for one lap, maybe 5, or even 10 if lucky. But riding a race on the absolute limit has only been done a few times by the very best, and is usually a recipe for mistakes. One reason Cal finds it so hard to overtake is because he's pushing it all the time and knows darn well that to make the move would be to push his luck too far. He is doing really well and riding way above what his talent allows, but that's about it that we can expect from Cal. Unfortunately, if he doesn't win a race this season then he probably never will. I'm would have liked if he had Hector Barbera as his team mate - fans we would have had a much better season.

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