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August 04, 2014 11:00 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow approaching Indy ‘same as always’

Tetley: Yes, Cal bailed out, but he only bailed out of Ducati and a bike which was never as reliable or well-prepared as Dovi's. He didn't bail out of the game completely and leave behind a championship-winning bike and team to go fi... And as for Cal being a moaner... some posters have short memories. So come on all you knockers, be honest, with a once-in-a-lifetime choice between a GP Ducati and a GP Honda - which would you choose to pin your career on? And please, I'd like to hear from anyone who hasn't filled out a job application form without exaggerating, or even stretching or hiding the facts, or saying what he wanted the reader to believe. If you can honestly say you have never, one-hundred percent never manipulated anyone for your own benefit you are indeed the Messiah. To read the bitching comments on here, you'd think the writers were all Goody Two-Shoes. And we all know that isn't so. It's a game of shaft, or be shafted.
I hope the camshafts on the


August 03, 2014 11:27 PM

MotoGP » LCR Honda confirms Cal Crutchlow

Roofusruffcut: Why on earth would Gigi let him back on a bike,. The guys shown he has zero integrity , zero commitment to Ducati. All he's done to date is ride poorly and gob off. Now, do you really think he's going to try, maybe crash, no way. Put Crutchlow on garden leave, put Piro on the bike.
One wonders how hard his mechanics will work for him, after his leaving and having constantly crashed or verbally trashed the bike. "Hmmm, new rear tire you say Cal? Sure, lets just clean it off with a nice coat of WD-40. There you go Cal. Off you go."

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