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Crutchlow: ‘Cold’ Catalan GP conditions left me ‘confident’ of good race

Cal Crutchlow says he was “confident” of a strong MotoGP comeback from injury after feeling how “cold” the conditions were ahead of the Catalan Grand Prix. The Brit made his first start since the Styrian GP after he was forced to recover from arm pump surgery that he underwent ahead of the San Marino GP. He qualified 16th for the Spanish contest despite sustaining an ankle injury on the Thursday ahead of the event after slipping while exiting a Covid-19 testing booth, his third major injury this season after also breaking his wrist in warm-up for the season-opening Spanish GP. The LCR racer was confident of making forward progress in the race though after comparing the cool...
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