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Matthew Birt  says:

Hand injury rules Cal Crutchlow out of Argentina race

Cal Crutchlow has been forced to withdraw from this weekend’s inaugural MotoGP round at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina.The Ducati rider has not recovered from a dislocated and broken right little finger he suffered in a heavy fall at the previous round in Austin and will now focus on returning to partner Andrea Dovizioso in the first...

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  • Posted 154 days ago (22 April 2014 11:02)

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Nov 11

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Firebird3 says:


 Don't bring back Stoner,  the paddock has been a far better place without that bucktooth, bottom lip dragging whinger.

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May 12

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rocketri17 says:


For once I agree with you -a little finger? Really? Remove the fcking thing! 

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May 09

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colvill1 says:

 The usual rubbish from nostrobellendous.why not just remove his knuckles and hand while your at it.Idiot

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May 09

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CH987 says:


I lost the top of my ring finger and badly broke a little finger 20 years ago and they still ache in the winter. Having the finger taken back to the knuckle is still an option years later.

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