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Crutchlow: LCR exit won't change Honda's MotoGP factory support

Cal Crutchlow doesn't believe his LCR exit will affect his development role with Honda in MotoGP, having trialled a part that the factory riders didn't in the Jerez test. Honda has signed Pol Espargaro for the 2021 season, with Alex Marquez being moved into the LCR outfit in place of Crutchlow. Though he insists there are "no hard feelings" with Honda, Crutchlow did cause a stir on Wednesday when he expressed his "surprise" at HRC's decision to sign Espargaro. Since becoming an official HRC rider back in 2018, he has played a crucial part in the development of the RC213V. When asked if his possible move to a rival manufacturer - with Crutchlow linked to Aprilia - would...
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