WSBK » Crutchlow fears back foot start for Yamaha in Netherlands


Impressive World Superbike Championship rookie Cal Crutchlow - the in-form qualifier of the 2010 campaign to-date with the last two pole positions to his name - hints that Yamaha Sterilgarda will need to play a game of catch-up in Assen this weekend...

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Don-R - Unregistered

April 21, 2010 11:06 AM

Good to see they're looking to improve Cal's starts - he's lost out badly off the line for the past few races. I seem to remember he wasn't a great starter in WSS either - often fought his way through the pack over the first few laps. Can't do that so easily in WSBK.

crybaby - Unregistered

April 21, 2010 3:05 PM

Nothing like a positive attitude. This is not WSS Cal. And no you are not going to replicate last years 600cc performance. Just because you think you should dominate does not make it so.

wr86 - Unregistered

April 22, 2010 8:22 PM

Cal had better come up with some excuses because I believe at this point last year Sykes was 8th in the standings. :-o

I guess Tom has received his vindication after all the unwarranted abuse he got last year.

Time for the World Champions to show their class - no excuses.

fergawdsake - Unregistered

April 23, 2010 12:29 PM

Fer gawd's sake all he said was that TK would have an advantage here having tested. And he'll be right! Sad to see there's already a bunch of parasitic haters attaching themselves to Mr Crutchlow. Go n spew yer f'kin trolls!

Schools obvously out - Unregistered

April 23, 2010 10:57 PM

Fergawdsakes fergawdsake that's outrageous ..... confusing posters of these people's calibre by stooping to the *facts*.

What they're trying to communicate isn't about motorcycle racing, its about craving attention and a desperate need to slag successful riders off to distract themselves from personal worrying about inadequacies. Because sure as hell I can't figure out why else they're trying to make out Crutchlow's obviously rubbish because all he won last year was WSS.

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