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Michael Guy  says:

Cal Crutchlow: World Supersport Champion 2009

Cal Crutchlow became Britain's first-ever World Supersport champion in a year that has seen him become hot property in the world of racing. With ten poles and five wins, Crutchlow took the title by seven points after a tactical ride to fourth place at Portimao. After extensive celebrations the 23-year-old arrived in parc ferme in tears, overwhelmed at his achievement of becoming...

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May 08

Posts: 149

ameg2808 says:


well done to Cal, this has been the most exciting championship to watch this year (usually is though) roll on 2010 cant wait to see ya in supers

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Aug 02

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grayzx7r says:




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Aug 02

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grayzx7r says:




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Jul 09

Posts: 29

jtfan says:

Well done!

What a cracking season!!

I will always remember being at Donington when he won, and whether it was deliberate or not, there was a Spitfire flypast as he was on the podium :-)

So looking forward to watching him and James next year!!

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Jun 04

Posts: 110

nigeleaton says:

Pride of Britain

Well done Cal, something we can all be proud of Looking forward to next year's GB dream team in Superbikes

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Sep 09

Posts: 18

SBKdolly says:

So pleased!

I have always rated this lad, really glad that he won, he has got a great career ahead of him!

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Apr 09

Posts: 1390

Richard1967 says:


Great riding from Cal. Hope he gets ti grips with the r1 next year , we'll see from the portimao testing .He's getting an experienced teammate aswell in JT . I'd have to say he ought to be beating JT regularly , Cals on top form where as JT has to get his head together

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Dec 08

Posts: 1291

boybilly1967 says:

A great result and well earned for sure. What a great year this has been for Yamaha. Motogp, WSB, WSS & BSB championships.

Wish Cal had taken up the Moto2 option though with Gresini Honda.

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Sep 08

Posts: 131

Glynn Racing says:

Watch this space

In my humble opinion,Cal is the best we have in Britain at the moment  ( Bradley is superb however does not have 600 or bigger experience yet ) and will brilliant on the R1. I really feal that he has the ability to take the title next season. My only concern is that the Yamaha will not be "Factory" next year and I wonder if they will have the backing etc which they have enjoyed this year.

I hope JT has a good year too however I know who my money is on.

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Oct 09

Posts: 27

675cc says:

'back streets of Coventry' ????? I DON'T think so! not many underprivileged kids had their parents sponsor them with machinery etc at 15 yrs of age! Great rider, but big headed, unfortunately! I also think there are other riders who would have done equally well on that package.

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