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Steve Hunt  says:

San Marino: Marquez in Pole, Crutchlow Fifth

Marc Marquez continued his assault on the MotoGP World Championship in this, his rookie year with another pole position in qualifying at San Marino. Cal Crutchlow, starting for the first time in the earlier Q1 session claimed a second row start behind a measured Lorenzo, a jubilant Rossi, and an increasingly quiet Pedrosa. In the earlier qualifying session, Crutchlow's teammate and compatriot...

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trailler

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trailler says:

Chup

Cal getting the cold shoulder from Jarvis?.

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ChupaChump

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ChupaChump says:

Yes, and a Tech 3 moped?

 Toseland could tell quite a tale of the face not fitting within the Yamaha team...

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trailler

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trailler says:

JT

Got the cold shoulder because of the lack of podiums.

Cals a different story.

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ChupaChump

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ChupaChump says:

Podiums were expected on a satellite bike?

At the time there were 6 full factory bikes on the grid so, with a fully fit grid, expecting podiums from JT on a second tier bike was asking a lot IMO.

I'm sure he could have made a better fist of things if he'd had a decent bike but, as we've seen this season, MotoGP is all about spoilt kids getting stuff handed to them while other equally talented riders have to make do with their hand-me-downs.

No wonder Cal went to Ducati.  At least he'll be picking up a decent wage when he goes out with one hand tied behind his back.

Never thought I would say this but Stoner was right about a lot of things including DORNA being a shower of ********s.

Viva Espana...

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ChupaChump

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ChupaChump says:

Were Kawasaki and Suzuki still competing then?

My memory is going.  So there might have been eight to ten full factory bikes on the grid? 

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