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Crutchlow: New MotoGP yellow flag rule makes qualifying more 'risky'

Cal Crutchlow believes MotoGP's new yellow flag rule could make qualifying "more risky" because it will force riders to "go out like lunatics" to get a lap in early. The LCR rider crashed at Turn 9 in the final two minutes of Saturday's Czech Grand Prix qualifying, which brought out a yellow flag in that sector. This caught KTM's Pol Espargaro out, who had the lap which put him second-fastest as the chequered flag came out cancelled as per the new rules regarding yellow flags, and dropped him to sixth on the grid instead. Espargaro was seething at this, claiming the yellow flag wasn't shown in the correct position of the corner and will appeal the decision. Crutchlow...
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