Cal Crutchlow1985-10-29 (age 35)
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Maverick Vinales says the introduction of Cal Crutchlow as Yamaha MotoGP test rider for 2021 has allowed him to “concentrate on racing”, following his commanding Qatar GP win.
Cal Crutchlow says it’s “sad for MotoGP” that no British rider will race in the premier class in 2021, after Aprilia elected to field Lorenzo Savadori instead of Bradley Smith.
Valentino Rossi believes three-time MotoGP race winner Cal Crutchlow can “make the difference” for Yamaha in 2021 as its official test rider following the struggles of 2020.
Cal Crutchlow believes MotoGP will “keep seeing these surprise winners” next season even if it is run under normal circumstances with a full calendar.
Cal Crutchlow says there was no official offer from Honda for a role in 2021, but says HRC wanted him to be a replacement rider for MotoGP and World Superbikes.
Cal Crutchlow says it was “important to see the flag” in his emotional farewell MotoGP race, but was disappointed with the result in the Portuguese Grand Prix.
LCR’s Cal Crutchlow says he “put it on the line” to put his Honda fourth on the grid for the Portuguese Grand Prix in his final MotoGP qualifying appearance.
Three-time MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo has hit back at comments Cal Crutchlow made regarding the Spaniard’s role as a Yamaha test rider this year.
Cal Crutchlow says Jorge Lorenzo’s MotoGP talent and title success “doesn’t mean he’s a great test rider”, in response to comments the Spaniard made on social media recently.
Cal Crutchlow says he “knew I’d made the right decision” to stop racing in MotoGP in 2021, and become Yamaha’s test rider, upon seeing his daughter’s reaction to the news.
Yamaha's signing of Cal Crutchlow as its new test rider is a major statement of intent as it strives to iron out the weak spots that have hindered its 2020 hopes. Even though he won't be racing, the Briton can be expected to have a major impact
Yamaha has announced that outgoing LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow will return to its fold in 2021 as its official MotoGP test rider.
Outgoing LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow has revealed he is "very far in discussions" with Yamaha over a MotoGP test role for 2021.
LCR Honda MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow has revealed he broke a ligament in his shoulder during last month's Teruel Grand Prix at Aragon.
Cal Crutchlow says he’ll be “happy” with everything he has achieved in his MotoGP career should he not find a ride for the 2021 season after losing his LCR seat.
LCR's Cal Crutchlow says he "felt a snap" in his shoulder during Sunday's MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix and is "pretty concerned" about it.
LCR’s Cal Crutchlow doesn’t believe Honda was wrong in moving Alex Marquez out of its factory MotoGP team for 2021 before the season had begun, despite his recent form.
LCR’s Cal Crutchlow says a slipping clutch on the warm-up lap of the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix almost forced him into starting from pitlane on his spare Honda.
LCR’s Cal Crutchlow says a suspension update from Ohlins isn’t the “miracle cure that will make you win” on the Honda, despite qualifying third for the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix.
LCR’s Cal Crutchlow admits his right arm is still “not in a great situation” ahead of the MotoGP French Grand Prix a month after arm pump surgery.
Cal Crutchlow has explained the bizarre circumstances of his latest injury misfortune, as he gears up for his first MotoGP race in September this weekend at Barcelona.
Outgoing LCR MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow says he still wants to “do the Aprilia option” in 2021, shooting down suggestions his current injury woes could lead him to retirement instead.
Cal Crutchlow says "the first plan" is to return to action at the Catalan Grand Prix, after his recently-operated on arm forced him to back out of the Misano double-header.
LCR MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow says the situation with his right arm is currently a “disaster” following arm pump surgery after the Styrian Grand Prix.
LCR MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow admits “hesitantly” that he doesn’t believe Honda is working as closely with him in the 2020 season as it used to.
Cal Crutchlow admits he is “going round in circles” with the 2020 Honda MotoGP bike after the LCR rider qualified down in 18th for the Styrian Grand Prix.
Cal Crutchlow says he is “optimistic and confident” he will remain in MotoGP in 2021 despite uncertainty over his future.
Cal Crutchlow says a gear change error led him to believe his LCR Honda had developed a problem in the MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix, which meant he “shut off” a perfectly healthy bike.
Cal Crutchlow says the constant replays of the horror MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix crash between Franco Morbidelli and Johann Zarco was "ridiculous".
LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow says Andrea Iannone’s doping ban appeal hearing being delayed to October is “no issue” for him in negotiations with Aprilia over a 2021 MotoGP ride.
Leading MotoGP riders have reacted to the "super difficult" Algarve circuit in Portugal coming onto the 2020 calendar as the season finale.
Cal Crutchlow believes the new yellow flag rule could make qualifying “more risky” because it will force MotoGP riders to “go out like lunatics” to get a lap in early.
Cal Crutchlow doesn't believe Honda will change its philosophy to make a more user-friendly MotoGP bike in light of Marc Marquez's injury, and doesn't think it needs to.
Cal Crutchlow and Alex Rins will both attempt to return to MotoGP action in this weekend's Andalusian Grand Prix, having been forced to sit out the opening race of the season at Jerez due to injury.
Cal Crutchlow has been forced to skip Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez following a massive crash in the warm-up session on Sunday morning.
Honda’s Alex Marquez says his crash in MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix FP2 was a “rookie” error and was caused by him being “too optimistic” after a strong morning session.
Outgoing LCR MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow admits he was “surprised” at Honda’s decision to sign KTM rider Pol Espargaro for its factory team in 2021.
Outgoing LCR Honda MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow says a move to Aprilia in 2021 would be “a great deal for me” and would “excite” him.
Cal Crutchlow's Honda MotoGP exit has been confirmed. Though Pol Espargaro's move to the factory team pushing Alex Marquez to LCR may have made Crutchlow's exit inevitable, the writing was on the wall long before that, as Oriol Puigdemont explains
Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of MotoGP promoters Dorna Sports, says his organisation will “help to find” a place on the 2021 grid for Britain’s only full-time premier class rider Cal Crutchlow.
Cal Crutchlow says that “there’s no reason why I won’t be racing” in MotoGP in 2021, having previously said that he expected his current contract with Honda to be his last.
LCR’s Cal Cructhlow admits he is having to ride the 2020 Honda MotoGP bike “quite amateur” just to “stay on” it and feels worse on it in Qatar than in Malaysia.
Fabio Quartararo completed a clean sweep of the MotoGP Sepang pre-season test after topping the third day of running on Sunday, while Marc Marquez crashed again.
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Cal Crutchlow admits the 2020 prototype Honda MotoGP bike he tried in the post-Valencia test this week is no easier to ride than its much-criticised predecessor.
LCR’s Cal Crutchlow says he is not disappointed to have been passed over for the Repsol Honda MotoGP ride vacated by Jorge Lorenzo in favour of Alex Marquez.
LCR Honda's Cal Crutchlow says Jorge Lorenzo's retirement is a "sad day" for MotoGP, after the five-time world champion decided to call time on his career on Thursday in Valencia.
LCR Honda MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow says his Malaysian Grand Prix was compromised by power loss that led to a "horrendous" start and left him mired in the pack.
Cal Crutchlow admitted that the Phillip Island crash, in which he badly broke his ankle last year has “haunted” him all season, as he claimed second in the MotoGP Australian Grand Prix.
LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow says conditions on Saturday during MotoGP Australian Grand Prix practice were not “rideable”, and is “glad” qualifying was pushed back to Sunday.
Marc Marquez says the 2019 Honda MotoGP bike being hard to ride does not bother him because it is faster than its predecessor.
LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow believes his new part-time MotoGP teammate Johann Zarco will "do better than people expect" in his upcoming three-race stint.