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Matthew Birt  says:

Cal Crutchlow fights to fifth in Jerez

It may not have been the first podium of the season he was looking for, but after two big crashes on Saturday, British rider Cal Crutchlow was delighted to be leaving Jerez with a third straight top five finish in 2013. Struggling with pain in his lower back after suffering bleeding around his left kidney, Crutchlow initially fought for fourth with...

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

Solid ride Cal..

..bring home the points and remember the championship. You'll be living the high life next year son..!

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hugelean

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hugelean says:

5th is a good result for Cal and he's done well again.. benny honestly you'd have no chance, it's easy to sit on your x-box and say he should be beating Rossi, Marquez, Jorge, Dani, and has to beat 2 of them to get on the podium, with the honda so far ahead, that means he has to beat Rossi and Jorge to achieve a fair result..you try it..

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revnev7

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revnev7 says:

WRONG TEAM...

For the podium,in a Work`s team he`d be in with a good shout,but he ain`t so he won`t.If Work`s team ride`s were based on skill and bollock size he would have been Lorenzo`s team-mate.I bet Yamaha feel like proper dickhead`s for going with a has been. Another day of testing done and dusted,4 fast guy`s and then Rossi and the Satty bike`s+the Ducati`s,all pretty much at the same level,{mid-pack},who`d have thought? Oh yeah....me.

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cheekymonkey

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cheekymonkey says:

A heroic

effort by Cal, and one thats won him many new admirers.
To come back the way he did after that massive crash on Saturday was unbelievable.
He should be very proud of his achievement of a great ride to 5th. 
These guys are all my heros, and to read the stuff on here is sad. But...thats the internet for you I suppose, and all sorts of weirdos will spend all day everyday writing pure nastiness about people who at least have done something with their lives as opposed to signing on the dole week in week out.
Anyway, I`d give a lot to say I came in 5th with Dani, MM, Jorge and Rossi ahead of me.

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Paddedcell100

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Cal the racer

Still turned over 2 factory Ducati's for the third week in a row though didn't he,mind you,one of those was struggling to beat off the CRT's,never mind trailing in 16 seconds behind his injured team mate. "Most complete rider on the grid"......? He isn't even the most complete rider at Ducati.

Go on Cal,keep up the good work and keep proving the dickheads wrong.

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winger

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winger says:

The point being he should have been in hospital not racing a bloody motorcycle.

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