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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.
Johann Zarco was afraid that his horror accident with Iker Lecuona's bike during MotoGP's Valencia GP fractured his left ankle, but the Frenchman escaped the hit without any broken bones.
Johann Zarco says a 2020 Repsol Honda MotoGP call-up in light of Jorge Lorenzo’s retirement would be “an exceptional dream”, but insists he would be happy with an LCR ride as well.
Johann Zarco says that he made "huge steps" in his second outing with the LCR Honda team as he was able to match the pace of the "good guys" in MotoGP.
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.
LCR Honda’s Johann Zarco admits his target of a top seven for this weekend’s MotoGP Malaysian Grand Prix is a must to show “I can be with the top guys”.
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.
LCR Honda rider Takaaki Nakagami says he fears a "tough" final MotoGP outing of the 2019 season at Motegi due to his lingering shoulder injury, which he described as a "disaster".
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.
Takaaki Nakagami will remain an LCR MotoGP rider in 2020 but will skip the final three races of 2019 due to a planned shoulder surgery, Honda has announced.
Cal Crutchlow believes Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig’s outspoken nature is an attempt to “force our hand” and “make us react” to what Marc Marquez is doing.