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Should Cal Crutchlow take a Ducati MotoGP seat if it's offered?

Cal Crutchlow's chances of a Yamaha factory ride seem to have all but disappeared, so should he take a gamble on the Ducati if he gets the chance? pollcomment

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pogo_it

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pogo_it says:

should he take the ducati ride?

Depends on what other offers he has on the table. I think hed be better staying at t3 for another year, but if thats not an option then what other choice does he have, doesnt look like therell be a. prototype honda available if thereis no seat at yam thatp leaved the ducati or a proddie honda, one of which will no doubt feather his nestmorethan the other

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Trumpton3

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Trumpton3 says:

Nooooooooo

Its a crap sandwich, he wont get a factory Yamaha, but who says his bike is that much worse than Rossi or Lorenzo's. I say stick with what yer got and improve on your riding as you have been doing. Ducati have lost the plot and if they improve in one area they then seem to lose out elsewhere. Sometimes life isn't fair but I'm proud we have Cal doing our country a good service.

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RevNutz

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RevNutz says:

The real world

Where Ducati got worse and worse as the other manufacturers got better. By minimal success, I mean one world championship, on a bike that was far superior than the Yamaha and Honda. Which both had Michelin's. After that, Casey struggled to challenge for the championship.

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