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Crutchlow explains Le Mans hospital ordeal

Cal Crutchlow has described the ordeal of his overnight hospital stay in Le Mans  after his heroic comeback ride in MotoGP’s French Grand Prix. The LCR rider escaped serious injury in a huge high-side crash during qualifying on Saturday, but was kept under observation at the Centre Hospitalier du Mans before being released just in time to take part in Sunday morning's warm-up.  From 13th on the grid, he eventually finished in eighth place, 25 seconds down on victorious Honda stablemate Marc Marquez. Speaking about the qualifying incident, Crutchlow said he had initially thought he broke his pelvis, and explained that he had to remain in hospital because he had "blood on the...
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