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Classics "I have no regrets": How Cal Crutchlow looks back on ten years of MotoGP

10:40  01 december  2020
10:40  01 december  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

"Arm as swollen as a leg": Does Cal Crutchlow throw in the towel?

 Whether Cal Crutchlow will continue the weekend in Misano is still uncertain - his arm is extremely swollen - doctors want to assess the situation on Saturday Less than two weeks after an operation on his right forearm, Cal Crutchlow did almost 40 laps on the Misano in Friday training World Circuit. With 19th place he was in the range of his Honda colleagues Alex Marquez and Stefan Bradl. How is his arm doing after this day of training? "Not great. I have problems with fluid in my arm.

Crutchlow insists his opinion on the GP 15 hasn't changed: "Same as I thought last year when I saw the design "I took my decision and I have no regrets . I wish them well," he added. Looking ahead one of Crutchlow had no comment regarding reports that the team's title sponsor CWM is under police

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After ten years in the MotoGP , Cal Crutchlow declared his at the end of the current season Resignation as an active regular pilot. In the future, the 35-year-old Briton will act as a test driver for Yamaha and possibly complete one or the other wildcard event after these are allowed again for 2021.

Crutchlow looks back on his career as a regular driver with no regrets: "I have the feeling that every time I went out on the track with the motorcycle, I gave my best, regardless of whether I finished 15th, first or fell. I don't regret anything, because it all belongs to me. I also don't regret anything I've said. I've always been honest and spoke from the heart. "

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In a total of 162 Grand Prix starts he achieved three wins, six second and ten third places. "Brno (2019; editor's note) was possibly my best win, because it was my first. I was so far behind after the start, but paved my way forward," he recalls. He was the first Briton to win since Barry Sheene in 1977.

Crutchlow: My expectations were exceeded

"I've had the privilege to work with a lot of great people, with great teams and motorcycles," says Crutchlow. “To have worked here for ten years and to have had the opportunity to ride some of the best bikes in the world was just a privilege. Ten years ago I couldn't have imagined it. It exceeded my own expectations. "

Above all, he will miss the people: "I was allowed to work with great people and great crews. In the garage there were never any problems between people, we all got along. It is nice that the circle is now coming full circle and me to that one Manufacturer who brought me into this championship. "

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With this, the Briton is addressing his new, old home at Yamaha. Here he made his debut in 2011 as a satellite rider for Tech-3-Yamaha, where he finished fifth in the 2013 World Championship. Then Crutchlow moved to Ducati for a year. He spent the last six years of his MotoGP career at LCR-Honda, where he also achieved his three victories.

"Honored to have ridden with the best in the sport"

When asked about the development of the sport during this time, the 35-year-old says: "We can all consider ourselves lucky to be racing in this era. How competitive MotoGP in particular It's been the last five years, since the introduction of standardized electronics ... Now we practically all sit on relatively similar bikes, which is the reason why many different people can ride up front. "

"This change was massive. At first it was ridiculed, but now everyone is practically riding a works motorcycle on which they can be competitive," he continues. "It's getting faster and faster and the drivers are getting better and better."

"I've raced with the best in the sport of that era and I'm honored to have shared the track with them. A lot has changed, but I've always been lucky with the teams I've competed for I was always true to myself. I am sure that it will continue to be a great championship in which many people will win and be on the podium. "

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