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Poll: Will Cal Crutchlow maintain his MotoGP form?

Cal Crutchlow scored another brilliant fourth place in last weekend's MotoGP, making it three fourths in a row if you count the final race of last season. Is this enough to count as form? Can we officially get excited about a bonafide British front-runner yet?  pollcomment

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yzrm1

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yzrm1 says:

CAL....

I like Cal and i know Cal sinds he won the world SS title with Yamaha.

he gives all he has.

i hope he can no i know he can maintain his speed all year.

i hope cal can get that factory ride!

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cthwaites

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cthwaites says:

Whan was the last Brit to win a GP? back to Sheene? I know the last Brit to stand on the podium was McWilliams in 2000....he's an Ulsterman, right?

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grapple

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grapple says:

This sundays race was made really worth watching for one reason Cal Crutchlows amazing performance he has so much determination & talent maybe someone in authority will now give him the bike he needs to achive his goal.....

 

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

cthwaites

Whan was the last Brit to win a GP?

Scott Redding, Donington Park 2008 :biggrin:. Youngest ever.

But as i guess your'e talking 'Blue Riband' class then i won't answer. It's just too damn painful bud :upset:

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chrisg011

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chrisg011 says:

Pacey

Think you will find it was Bradders mate

 

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leso253

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leso253 says:

give the man the chance to get the best from the bike he rides now,and dont bull him up or knock him to much and you will see his true potential,because if you give him that, and yamaha then give him the works bike he has the talent to be the 2014 world champ` [TAKE IT IN YOUR STRIDE CAL AS YOU CAN DO THIS]

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Chris

In relation to the question, Reddings win occured before Bradders, therefore 'closer' in relation to the last win by a Brit. Should've made myself clearer bud.

 

 

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Bruno21

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Bruno21 says:

Bad pool

I think Cal can retain this form in Motogp,but I also think that is a bad pool,compare Cal with JT is very bad,JT never did a podium in Motogp not even a result in the top five so I think Cal has more talent than JT.

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vtwinmark

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vtwinmark says:

Don't know if you guys got the interview that we got down here straight after the race, but he launched into a scathing attack on Nick Harris and Gavin Emmett for writing him off and suggesting he'd lose the ride. Didn't sound happy.

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

vtwin

Any links bud?

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