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September 18, 2015 3:08 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: It was a complete lottery

Realist, I will correct what I meant. The four factory 'class' Yamahas. I didn't mention spec, just that all of them appear better than this years spec honda, hence why Marquez has reverted to last years spec frame. Mark53 Ducati favoured Iannone. "your (you're) excellent at making stuff up" I think the fact that the two factory spec Ducatis at the beginning of this year were showing it to the Hondas kind of points to the fact that they were probably better. Answer me this. If you were anything more than mediocre and had the talent to race in motogp, would you rather be on a factory Ducati or the LCR Honda this season? I don't think anyone racing in mgp can, or deserves, to be called mediocre. No matter who you like or dislike.


September 17, 2015 8:06 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: It was a complete lottery

Mysticmeg: Its just another poor performance, from a mediocre rider, maybe he means he could win the lottery easier,than, win a race in gps,rain is no stranger to gp racing,so its a poor showing .
Mediocre? Don't be silly.
Consistent runs in the lower top ten on a top bike? That's mediocre.
Top bike? The four factory Yams are better than his bike, the two repsol Hondas are better than his bike, the two factory Ducs are probably better than his bike, so that leaves him in a group with the mvds Honda, the Pramac boys, and the tidy handling suzukis . . . . Lower top ten bike is probably what he has got at the moment.


September 14, 2015 9:17 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: It was a complete lottery

Challenger: Perhaps Cal should spend time doing long runs in timed practice, you know like the best riders do. Maybe then the team wouldn't be going round in circles with setup. Cal does one fast lap, overcooks the first turn after then cruises round for a lap or two. Watch him during qualifying and you see it all the time, compare that strategy to Lorenzo's and it's clear to see which one's best.
The thing I've noticed with Cal this year, he will get a lap in in Q2 and even though he crosses the line before the chequered flag drops, always cruises without getting another lap in and drops down the order. In previous seasons he would generally keep going on another lap. Lack of confidence in the Honda on more than one fast lap maybe.


September 01, 2015 9:13 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: I wasn’t angry, just disappointed

Bladez: Am not sure but it just seems to me like CAL is always complaining.Whether its his fault or not.He always blames outside sources for his results.Man up!!!...CAL.And take a look at yourself and the situations u put yourself in.
Really? Does this incident look anything other than Millers fault? Last time Cal skittle someone on track (Bradl) Italy last season he immediately put his hands up and went to apologise, and then took to social media to publicly apologise to him for his mistake.


August 31, 2015 10:39 AM

MotoGP » Miller apologises to Crutchlow for wipe out

shakennstirred: my thoughts on miller have nothing at all to do with where he was born. I also didn't like stoner, but doohan is one of my all time fav's and again where there from has nothing to do with that. if you like a rider just because of where there from, you are being very narrow minded
There are some folk that live in the village I grew up in in Southern England that claim Stoners parents and grandparents are from that village so saw Stoner as their local rider. Not sure of the truth in that, but having looked at local census there is mention of the Stoner name locally.


August 17, 2015 11:06 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: We need more testing

I think a lot of people are forgetting that it is contract season. Cal seems to be quite clever in not slating the machinery, instead blaming the system for lack of testing. I believe his comments are aimed at HRC, pointing out that he is doing better than Redding, and isn't that far off for pace compared to Dani who has more experience on the RCV than he does, and blaming himself for changing settings rather than the bike.


July 15, 2015 3:51 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow regrets tyre choice as 'average' first half ends

DamZen1: both Danni and Cal are separated by 1 point in the championship, Danni is 3 races down with sick notes( usual for him) and Cal has chucked it 3 times(usual for him). . Danis finishing position on average so far and 6-7th and Cals is 5-6th. . . and a last note for the neigh Sayers, the Honda has proved to be a bag of ***** this year.
Yes, Honda appear to be well behind the Yamahas this year, which would put the four Yams in front of Cal. Put the two factory Hondas in front of him and seventh is where he is and should be at, although the Ducatis were on fire at the start of the season so even ninth place would be respectable. Anyone know if Dani is on this years spec bike still or has he gone back to the 14 like Marquez.

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