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Crutchlow: Honda doesn't need to change bike philosophy

LCR MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow doesn't believe Honda will change its philosophy to make a more user-friendly bike in light of Marc Marquez's injury, and doesn't think it needs to. The reigning world champion broke his right humerus in a crash during the Spanish Grand Prix while recovering from a spectacular front-end slide while leading earlier in the race. He missed the Andalusian GP following surgery - despite his best efforts to return - and will sit out this weekend's Czech GP after undergoing a second surgery after damaging the plate at home. The RC213V has won six of the last seven titles in MotoGP with Marquez, but has been notoriously tricky to ride - with Crutchlow telling...
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