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BBC Sport - Marc Marquez tops Qatar practice times, GB's Cal Crutchlow third
Podium for Rossi
Rossi at Catalunya.......
Cal Crutchlow second at Le Mans.
Lazy twat lying down on the job.
Cal was probably getting a twinge from his leg fracture. Marquez at Laguna Seca is the one I am looking forward to.
Hope he is ok for Sunday, Brad Smith had a spill also but will race with fractured wrist.
Lorenzo breaks collarbone in spill at Assen.
BBC Sport - Jorge Lorenzo breaks collarbone in high-speed Assen crash
Just leaves Cal Crutchlow to fly the Yamaha flag as "the doctor" seems to have lost some of his pace.
Sad to see a rider hurt.
It's a shame but I think Rossi is now past his sell by date. He's still v-good but just not good enough these days. The time spent on the other team has dulled his once sharp self.
Crutchlow bags pole position for tomorrow's MotoGP. First Brit to do so in over 10 years. Massive well done, dude!
Lorenzo will race, starting from 12th place.
Rossi steps up, 80th GP win, shame Cal could not take Marquez....credit to Lorenzo coming 4th.
Was poised to go out when Rossi crossed the line so missed the rest, as you say credit to Jorge, Rossi seems he has got the bike as he wants it, Cal will win sooner or later I am sure, Marquez was there for the taking.
Superb win for the "Doc". Great result for Cal getting amongst the official factory bikes.
Didn't Rossi make a fool out of me!!!!! Hope it's not a one off! And bad luck Cal, you certainly tried mate.
BBC Sport - MotoGP: Cal Crutchlow leaves Yamaha to sign for Ducati
That's a curious decision for Cal considering the Ducati is a bag of shit comparitively
It could be a long wait to get a ride with the Yamaha factory team rather than a satellite team plus I have no doubt Ducati offered a reasonable wage for his services. The rules for MotoGP bikes are changing soon so it might just happen that the Ducati is more competitive.
BBC Sport - Scott Redding signs MotoGP deal with Gresini Honda for 2014
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