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Matthew Birt  says:

Crutchlow U-turn creates headache for Pramac Ducati

Pramac Ducati bosses have admitted Cal Crutchlow’s shock Desmosedici departure threw the Italian team's 2015 plans into disarray. Paolo Campinoti’s satellite squad believed it would keep hold of number one asset Andrea Iannone for next season. The Italian was unable to secure a switch to join Andrea Dovizioso once Crutchlow announced he was staying with the Bologna factory during the recent World...

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  • Posted 71 days ago (13 August 2014 09:42)

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Mar 09

Posts: 5391

Nostrodamus says:

Cal replies

I'm alright Jack.

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Oct 13

Posts: 528

Nice one Cal

Should think before you speak. If you don't like Ducati then fair enough but Cal has seriously damaged a team that had nothing to do with it, not doing a lot for his reputation at the moment.

Like i said before not a good idea to make enemies in the paddock.


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Jul 12

Posts: 3190

wosihound says:

You gotta love him..

Classic "do I look bothered?" expression, he cracks me up..great value for money.

Uncle Carmelo understands the show needs characters..

Tough luck Pramac.

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Jan 14

Posts: 196

Judas13 says:

Fair point lucky

If you're fast and doing well though, people tend to forget these "things". It's when you're struggling and in need of some help that people remember.


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Jun 14

Posts: 157

Onthemoney says:

When needing help

Very good point J13, lets see what happens to Mr C when he starts bemoaning the Honda next year!

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Jun 11

Posts: 566

ratchetman says:

Josh Brooks

 I know Josh wants to go to WSB. but AS A Rider Primak could do alot worse.He is on top form  He has an aggressive riding style. isnt afraid to push a bike to the limit and has a wealth of expeirience. Plus they would get him at a good price  

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Dec 10

Posts: 40

Badgerbanger says:

Good job Cal

 Good job Cal...who cares about Pramac anyway?

Cal knows he has a couple of seasons at most to break into the top ranks or he's gone anyway. It was certainly time to think of himself and his career...the way that EVRY single other rider does.

Good move Cal and good luck next season.



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Jul 11

Posts: 1894

CHRainmaker says:

Isn't it always like that Nostro..

 ..looking out for number one?..

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Jul 14

Posts: 668

yomkippur says:

Crutchlow looks ...

... as vacant as ever - the lights are on, but no-one's home. Dovi sees straight through him.

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Bob Buttamasangy


Jul 08

Posts: 1513

I don't dislike the pommy mouth on a stick but I honestly can't see a spot for him in motoGP after he breaks Luccio's Honda.

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