WSBK » Yamaha: We wanted Crutchlow badly!


Massimo Meregalli is confident Yamaha can defend its World Superbike title with the combination of James Toseland and Cal Crutchlow

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WSBKFan - Unregistered

November 23, 2009 12:22 PM

Yamaha will rue the day they didn't sign Leon Camier, a proven winner on a Yamaha Superbike.
Watch out, as Cal is known for chucking a superbike down the road and that will carry on in 2010.
As for Toseland !!!!!!??????

Hookem

November 23, 2009 1:01 PM
Last Edited 1795 days ago

One thing about team Yamaha for 2010. They better start out fast. Haga, Fabrizio, Biaggi, Rae. These guys are going to be flying from race one at Phillip Island. Toseland and Crutchlow are going to have to be on the sharp end right away to defend Yamaha's WSBK Championship. Here is wishing Team Yamaha, Cal and James the best of luck in 2010.

Andy C - Unregistered

November 23, 2009 1:32 PM

i do like cal but cant help thinking hes gonna be chucking it down the road a fair bit too,was great entertainment but was a bag of nerves watching him in wss this year, an accident waiting to happen, dont think the superbike will be so forgivable he did toss a few hm plant hondas when in bsb

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