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April 18, 2015 8:32 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: I got held up in my strongest sector

CC33: Cal every rider get held up but your the only one the whines about it, STFO already you glasshammer,On a different note you and Scott are neck and neck in the excuse making department, super stars the both of you lol.
Is he whining about it, I saw him being held up on that final sector, then just carried on about his business. I also saw both espagaros waving their hands and gesticulating furiously when being held up. Think Cal is only saying he could have gone quicker but was slowed in the last section, not whining about it.


May 19, 2015 7:36 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: We couldn’t enter the corner

Mysticmeg: Crutchlow crashes everthing,always has done,rides too fast for his limited talent,even in his wss title,with a huge bike advantage,he crashed way too much Dont know where his level really is,he certainly wont be winning anything in gps,unless he gets really really lucky some sunday
His level is fastest satellite rider. I believe he has changed his approach this year and is riding within his limit. He has held his hand up and said it was his mistake. Fifth race in and he made a mistake and fell. Marquez third race in made a mistake and fell. It happens. Cal has been the closest sat rider to winning a race these last few seasons, if he wasn't quick he wouldn't have had the chance on a factory Yam, Duc and a Honda.


May 07, 2015 7:27 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow helps with Honda swing-arm test

@bryan277 So far this year Cal has finished 100% of the races. Aoyama has finished how many so far this year? I think some of the Cal bashers over inflate his crash statistics. As someone that supports Cal, yes there is always that doubt that he might bin it when he is in a good position, but if you look at the statistics from last season he is by some margin not the worst culprit for crashing, one more than Marquez last year I think without double checking. Lest we not forget, even Jorge was guilty of crashing a fair bit when he first came in to motogp.


May 06, 2015 5:22 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow helps with Honda swing-arm test

Bryan277: As time goes by and factory upgrades come to bear, so his already slim podium chances will evaporate. Still, he's the best 'non-factory' rider by a mile and has done all that he can.
Depends how long it takes for Dani to get back on his bike. All the time Aoyama is throwing it down the road Honda will want someone to fight alongside Marc for the constructors title, surely by now they realise Cal is their best bet for this.


May 03, 2015 9:40 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Spain - Warm-up Results

Anyone see Jorge howler of practice starts yesterday? I'm guessing Rossi and Crazy Joe will lead into the first corner. mm never has really great starts, and he was taking his left hand straight of the bars after flying laps yesterday. Think AE will be in the mix at the start as well until his tyres drop off, and AD hasn't really had the speed all weekend, tighter track limiting the Ducs power advantage. CC could have a good race if he isn't swamped at the start, but my guess is he will held up by Bradders as he does get away from the line pretty well. I think the podium places will go to Rossi, Jorge and Iannone, then Marquez, Pol and Crutchlow battling for fourth with Dovi and AE in the hunt as well.


April 28, 2015 7:43 PM
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MotoGP » Chassis upgrade for Scott Redding

@shakennstirred Yes, funny that I mention on the Pedrosa thread last week that the chassis upgrade was different mounting position for seat unit, Cal being similar size as Marquez recieved upgrade before Scott, as he is taller and modifications needed to be made, and then I started to get disagrees for that statement, which has been confirmed in black and white in this article!


April 22, 2015 4:37 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa ‘improving a little each day’

DamZen1: Cals getting the upgrades to keep the RCV in the constructors championship hunt, Hiroshi is riding round saving engines for Danis return and Stoner is getting readied for Suzuka 8hr. We won't know if Danis ready to return to racing until after he's had his next race
I don't know how the engine allocation works in motogp, but if it's the same as WSB, a rider filling in for one race uses the original riders allocation, if they ride in two races or more they are then classified as using their own allocation. If this is the case then Aoyama hasn't used any of Dani's engine allocation.

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