MotoGP » Le Mans: Valentino Rossi 'A good result thrown away'


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@ Realist. I have hopes for Crutchlow, but 2013 is proving to be more competitive for the first half-dozen or so spots than it has been for a while. With DP & MM on fire, JL's Le Mans is unlikely to become a pattern, and with VR also on the factory yam, Bradl on a factory supported Honda, as well as Dovi seemingly making some progress on the Ducati, Hayden showing some pace too - I'd say breaking the glass ceiling to 4th a few times would be great work from Cal. While I am a fan of his, logic dictates that if Cal gets more 2nds this season - then Factory guys are crashing or under-performing, AND / OR Cal really will be proving he's very special indeed.



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