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Yamaha MotoGP Rider Cal Crutchlow | MC Interview

MC: So, Kenny Roberts, Wayne Rainey, Eddie Lawson: There has been a lot of American success in GP racing, but right now there's sort of a lull. There's Ben [Spies], and Nicky [Hayden] has enjoyed some longevity, but now all the talk is Bradley Smith and Danny Kent. What do you make of that? CC:...

Published on January 17 2013, 12:03
Source: blogs.motorcyclistonline.com
 

A furious Cal Crutchlow retired from Sunday's Grand Prix of Spain after just four laps due to a problem with the front brake system on his factory Ducati. Teammate Andrea Dovizioso finished fifth, 27 seconds behind race-winner Marc Marquez. Crutchlow missed the third round of the MotoGP World... 

Cal Crutchlow has not taken the customary route into MotoGP. Not for him racing 125s in the Spanish Championship, before the inevitable climb up through the Grand Prix support classes to MotoGP. Instead, he took a very sideways path, through BSB, World Supersport and World Superbike, before... 

Cal Crutchlow has not taken the customary route into MotoGP. No racing 125′s in the Spanish Championship, before the inevitable climb up through the Grand Prix support classes to MotoGP. Instead, he took a very sideways path, through BSB, World Supersport, and World Superbike, before... 

Cal Crutchlow has signed on to race for the team for the 2015 MotoGP season. To make the jump, Crutchlow secured an early termination to his contract with Ducati. The switch comes as a bit of a surprise after Crutchlow had confirmed he would honor the final year of his contract at World Ducati... 

Cal Crutchlow may or may not be your favorite MotoGP rider, Bruce Allen, but the outspoken 32-year old scrapper – following a highly professional win two weeks ago in Argentina – is the first Brit to lead the premier world championship since Barry Sheene 40 years ago. Next on the schedule is... 

It has been a very tough year for Cal Crutchlow. Coming off the high of 2013, the year in which he scored four podiums, finished fifth in the championship, and looked certain to score his first win in MotoGP, his season in Ducati has been a massive challenge. Technical malfunctions, crashes, and... 

The news that Cal Crutchlow has signed a two-year deal with Ducati led to howls of despair from MotoGP fans, especially among those in the UK. Why, they asked, would Crutchlow willingly leave the Tech 3 Yamaha team and the as-near-factory-as-possible M1 to take on the miserable task of taming...