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'Whiskey throttle' prompts Crutchlow to pit

It wasn't Cal Crutchlow's fractured left wrist that prompted him to make a pit stop with 10 laps to go in Sunday's Andalucia MotoGP. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE Instead, his over-compensating right arm had developed chronic arm pump, the resulting numbness in his hand almost causing the Englishman to 'whiskey throttle' off the track. Crutchlow was in last place by the time he pitted, and planned to retire. But when told he was still in the points, the LCR Honda rider returned and 'cruised around' to confirm 13th place. "I had arm pump from lap 5 until I finished the race," Crutchlow explained. "Over the weekend I'd noticed it a little bit as...
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