Cal Crutchlow Relishing The Season Ahead
The option may seem nothing more than an idle fantasy, but not for the only Briton entered in this year’s MotoGP championship. “I played (soccer) for years,” the 25-year-old Yamaha Tech3 rider said after a tour of the new pit and paddock complex at Silverstone, which hosts the British MotoGP... Read more
Cal Bids Farewell To WSB With French Podium Bid
Britain’s Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha Sterilgarda) will be signing off from the Superbike World Championship this weekend, before he moves across to MotoGP next season, with a bid to take the overall third place in this year’s series and to notch up his ninth and tenth podiums. Full-season rookie Crutchlow has... Read more
Cal Crutchlow To Move To MotoGP In 2011
Yamaha Sterilgarda World Superbike Team rider Cal Crutchlow will move up to join the Monster Energy Tech 3 Team at the end of the 2010 World Superbike season to fight in the MotoGP Championship in 2011. Crutchlow rejoined the Yamaha family in 2009, successfully taking the World Supersport Championship... Read more
Toseland Will Be “Happy And Fast” Back In WSBK, Say Rivals
Two of the men who could well provide some of the stiffest opposition for James Toseland in the World Superbike Championship in 2010 have suggested that not only will the MotoGP refugee be more ‘happy and relaxed’ now that he is back in WSBK, but he will also be... Read more
Crutchlow: “I Almost Went To Moto2”
2010 World Superbike Championship (WSBK) debutant Cal Crutchlow has admitted that he was very nearly tempted down the Moto2 route rather than continuing his relationship with Yamaha next year. After five victories and a staggering ten pole positions from just 14 starts yielded World Supersport Championship (WSS) title glory this... Read more