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Matthew Birt  says:

Tech 3 never contemplated Cal Crutchlow return

Cal Crutchlow’s former Monster Yamaha Tech 3 squad boss Herve Poncharal has said it would have been a mistake to try and re-sign the British rider for the 2015 MotoGP world championship. The 28-year-old ended intense speculation about his future when he confirmed he has taken up an option to remain with Ducati next season. Crutchlow had held talks with Suzuki and...

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yomkippur

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yomkippur says:

"Why don't you take him back?" asked the paddock ...

... "Because he's nothing but expensive sh!t" replied Herve. "I think it would be a mistake for us - we've got Pol and Bradley, so who cares about Crutchlow? He's finished" 

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ow01fogno1 says:

Twisted

 You have only read what u wanted to read Benny, dovi was handed his ass and u can't handle cal was closer to beating Marquez than dovi ever will be . Drop you bottom jealous lip more if u can but facts are cal is a pro rider and you ain't nothing !! 

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yomkippur

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... can you repeat Fognob - in legible?  

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Hey ...

.... Fognob gets to edit - but it's still dross. The 'Watford Gap' grows ever wider, and the north slips effortlessly into the sea. Good.

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yomkippur

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yomkippur says:

... just about time to slip-in a 'ye' - don't you think? 

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hello4646 says:

And

Why would Herve want him back! Dovi on the same bike as Cal has always been King. In 2012 when they were both at Tech3..... Dovi finished 4th and Cal finished 7th. More to the point. Cal had the advantage of being on the bike the season before. But Dovi came in and owned his ass This year Cal has not got anywhere near Dovi. And yes, i stand corrected when i said Cal was the 4th best Ducati rider. He in fact the 3rd best Ducati rider by just one point behind the GOAT Yonny Hernandez, impressive! Lets see what newcomer will relegate Cal next year when there are 6 Dukes on the grid

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

Just plain jelaousy

 Enjoy your peasants lives, cal and co enjoy what thy do and Benny has mental issues which doesn't allow him leave the house.

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yomkippur says:

Nice 46 ...

... but we still wait with baited breath for a 'ye' or a 'thou' from those beyond the pale.  

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Hey ...

... Northern Fognob slipped-in a crafty 'thy' - but does it count? 

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yomkippur says:

... can those from the north count - let alone spell? Thinking is a different concept entirely - perhaps. 

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