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MotoGP Qatar: 'I'm amazed we finished' - Crutchlow

Ducati's Cal Crutchlow says he was amazed he finished the Qatar MotoGP round at all as his transponder failed, the dash stopped working and, as a result, the electronics on his GP14 strategies failed from lap five onwards with the bike 'behaving strangely' – but he still managed to grab sixth...

Published on March 25 2014, 15:32
Source: www.bikesportnews.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... 

Dovizioso fourth in today's free practice sessions in Qatar. Crutchlow ends day in twelfth place after a crash The second and third free practice sessions at the Losail circuit in Qatar saw Andrea Dovizioso put in a good run, the Italian ending up fourth quickest today. His team-mate Cal... 

Dovizioso a fraction away from front row start, Crutchlow eighth in Qatar GP qualifying The two Ducati Team riders demonstrated determination and character today in qualifying for the Grand Prix of Qatar, the opening round of the 2014 MotoGP World Championship, which takes place tomorrow at the... 

A best time of 2.00.734 ensured Crutchlow finished inside the top six on each day and after improving his pace by over a second throughout the test he finished in fifth position on the final timesheets. Having made improvements with corner entry rear grip yesterday, Crutchlow turned his focus to... 

The day began in typical fashion at the scorching 3.444 mile circuit, with all riders heading quickly out onto the track at 10am to take advantage of the coolest part of the day. Cal Crutchlow was one of those firing in fast lap times from the off, topping the timesheet's early on, and... 

Qatar is always a strange place to kick off the MotoGP season: a windswept circuit in the middle of the desert (though not for long, as the suburbs of Doha are rapidly approaching the track), racing under the floodlights, around a circuit with just a single grandstand and a VIP pavilion. It is...