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Matthew Birt  says:

Cal Crutchlow expecting Honda romp in Texas

British rider Cal Crutchlow believes Sunday’s inaugural MotoGP clash at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) will be a Honda dominated affair after the RC213V machine dominated the opening day of practice in Texas. It was no surprise to see Marc Marquez dominating the timesheets today after his stunning performance in a private test at COTA last month. But his best time...

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Jul 06

Posts: 2046

buelligan272 says:


Yeah, because anyone would win the title on a satellite bike wouldn't they.

No rider will win a championship making as many errors as Cal whether on a sat bike or a works bike.
Swapping bikes would make no difference at present.
Cal has to improve or it will never happen.

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May 12

Posts: 974

cornbowl says:

Fresh look

it's a fact, MM looks the dogs, as long as he stays on, he'll win it, it's a case of the spoils, JL, DP, VR, SB, & CC, are all in with a shout for the podium, but Cal has done well and VR looks off the pace, so he should be 'easy' to beat, but I don't think so. The question is, what is Bradley pissing around at, giving his all to beat a couple of CRT's, at the 11th hour.

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Mar 13

Posts: 130

AussieInSUI says:


It is true that Cal does make more misstakes. And to add to that his crew cheif is superb too. But it would be nice to see how he does with full Yamaha support. After all Pedrosa got it for several years of crashes too (although his body does seem to act like a bowling ball when he falls off thus causing bigger injuries than Rossi).

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