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Matthew Birt  says:

Crutchlow's highs of 2012

2012 was a golden year for British sport. Bradley Wiggins became the first UK winner of the Tour de France and Andy Murray became the first British man to win a tennis Grand Slam for 76 years. And then there was the euphoria and feel good factor that swept the nation during a record medal haul in the London Olympics. It was also...

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Mar 09

Posts: 118

bikemad123 says:

theres a reason there is on 4 aliens on the grid and that is because there is only 4 bikes capabe of winning a race if cal and dovi had one the same spec i think both would have been closer

factory bikes should be baned or all riders given the opertunity of the same bike they are all going on about rider input for development surely it is better to have 4 riders working togther to delvelop it quicker 

would probaly produce closer racing to :)

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Dec 10

Posts: 474

eddl says:

An easy year to get results in thats for sure, but cal exceeded my expectations of him , well done cal same again next year please

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Jan 11

Posts: 658

carloslavado says:

I agree with Eddl, when Cal moves up to Moto Gp? I thought, Really why? But Cal has done great! Still makes me wonder though, Cal did good on the crosplane R1 don't get me wrong. But Spies was so good on that bike in it's first year, without knowing any of the tracks? Spies was so good that year when he was champ in Wsbk. I still can't figure out why he never really did do well in Moto Gp? This doesn't take anything away from Cal! Jus't wondering is Spies like Supergleu? A 1 class great rider? We will see next year. I reckon Crazy Joe will take top Ducati rider.

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Mar 09

Posts: 179

jonnyrocket says:

A British high....

Well by your British standards I suppose you would have to call them highs I suppose.

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Aug 09

Posts: 217


What do you mean; by British standards?

Britain has kicked ass this year in world sport considering the resources we have available, motorcycle racing included, Sykes in SBK and Cal has had a brilliant second year considering he was written off last year.

I don't know where you are from but if it's Australia, you're going to have a long wait to find someone as good as Cal now Casey's gone. If it's the USofA (unlucky) Spies has been shite and crumbled, Edwards and Hayden are hanging on for dear life and no sign of any talent on the horizon.

If your from Italy or Spain then you've done me on the GP front so fair play! Enjoy the last few years of your nations economic meltdown.

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Dec 08

Posts: 1982

thestig08 says:

Benny The only Joke on here

Is you !, you dope except your as funny as type 2 diabetes;Do one you jerk.what was your high of 2012 ?, jostling over your Dovi pillow with a belt around your neck ?

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