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you can tell cal was disappointed in the garage interview with the bbc bloke straight after the race.he felt this weekend would be a podium after his testing pace. he lost out off the line yet again and if you watch his onboard footage behind rossi you can tell he is still just edging out of his comfort zone on race day.he turns in earlier than every single rider that is in front of him in the championship and at this level,the longer you are on the side of the tyre,the more it wears (not an issue today on a low grip surface) and the longer you have to wait to get back on full throttle,the first thing any rider at any level does when they are uncomfortable heading into a corner is turn in early,and it showed in cals riding today. hopefully he will put on a good home showing this year,silverstone is a big balls and committment track and he has those in spades.he will get on the podium this year,but he really has to if he wants a decent seat next year. i would like to

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