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Crutchlow 'not interested' in Honda WSBK offer

Outgoing LCR MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow says he's "not really interested" in taking up Honda's offer to move over to its works-backed World Superbike project next season. HRC confirmed Crutchlow's LCR exit on Monday, with Alex Marquez being moved to take his place while Pol Espargaro switches from KTM to the factory Honda squad in 2021. While Crutchlow has expressed interest at a move to Aprilia, and says he has spoken to Ducati about a possible return, Honda boss Alberto Puig told motogp.com that the offer of a WSBK move is there if he wants it. "Honda has a World Superbike team and there's always a chance for him if he wants to contemplate this option, with our new bike,...
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