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Poll: Should Cal Crutchlow go to Ducati?

Ducati have apparently offered British star Cal Crutchlow a two year deal to ride their MotoGP bike. But, given its reputation as a career buster, should he go for it? pollcomment

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Feb 09

Posts: 4759

philehidiot says:



I have spoken.

What a stupid question. :lol:

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Jan 11

Posts: 298

yzrm1 says:


it will destroy hi's carreer.

I know Cal said: im not affraid of the Ducati(audi) and he said : I want a factury ride.

Better stay were he is. or if its possible for him get a Honda.

Stay were you are and try to get as many as possible updates from Yamaha.

Who wants you Cal if you ride for Ducati.?

If your not as lucky as Stoner you wil be become a nothing! DON"T DO IT. ILIKE YOU DONT DO IT

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Jun 10

Posts: 288

bluehaze60 says:

Get a factory Yamaha best place to be,dovi as good as he is has a lot more gp experience, but remember this is cal,s second year,Ducati will be a mistake

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Nov 11

Posts: 1

toppie says:

No, unless of course he wants to break more bones.

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Sep 11

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YamahaGYTR says:

No fan of his but stay away from that burning Red.

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Mar 11

Posts: 108

pacman46 says:

No way!

Look what it did to Marco Melandri he come  from a front runner and race winner! to LAST! Most of the time anyway. If he never went to Ducrapi he would still be in Moto gp now!

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Oct 07

Posts: 1302

hugelean says:

Mental, 2007 was a special set off circumstances as was 2008with only one of the top riders on bs with casey. Even wouldn't be doing anything on it either sure he might get a couple of places further up. It. I chance of putting up a challenge. The Yamaha is in a different league. Maybe he has little choice.

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Mar 03

Posts: 249

Sheene Fan7 says:

hell no

no its would be a big mistake at this time and in my eyes a step back

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Apr 09

Posts: 1389

Richard1967 says:


Some people have this dislike of Crutchlow I think he comes across as a decent lad , so erm whats the beef some people have? , not an argument just an obsevation answers on a comments thing ,

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Apr 06

Posts: 1216

CosherB says:

i agree Richard1967, how some people just can't take their hats off and praise the guy for what he did at Silverstone is beyond me - surely any biking fan can see that?

as for the Ducati, i'd rather he gave it a miss.  i note there are those that say his style would suit the Duke - well they said that about Bayliss and Melandri, and their riding styles are poles apart.  he should stick with Yamaha - Dovi and Cal have clearly seen off any chance of Bradders displacing either of them, so the only unknown is who is going to be Lornzo's team-mate next year.  but would another season with Tech 3 be so bad?  it's the best of the non-factory rides and Cal appears to be settled with them.  grass is greener and all that ...

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