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Latest injury woes not body telling me to retire – Crutchlow

Cal Crutchlow has refuted suggestions that his latest injury woes is his body telling him to quit MotoGP, as he prepares for his first race in two weeks. The LCR Honda rider was forced to miss the two Misano rounds through complications from arm pump surgery after August's Styrian Grand Prix - a result of having to put more force in his right arm after fracturing his left wrist at Jerez in July. Having had the wound in his warm sewn up again and feeling much better, Crutchlow travelled to Barcelona for this weekend's Catalan GP and passed his medical test. However, he suffered damage in his ankle when he fell exiting the Catalunya circuit's COVID-19 test facility - though he was...
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