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Crutchlow’s arm 'not in a great situation' ahead of French GP

LCR's Cal Crutchlow admits his right arm is still "not in a great situation" ahead of the MotoGP French Grand Prix, a month after arm pump surgery. After sustaining the injury in a free practice crash at the season-opening Spanish GP, Crutchlow underwent an operation following August's Styrian Grand Prix and was forced to miss the two Misano rounds owing to complications. Continuing to battle swelling, Crutchlow did race to 10th in the Catalan GP but said at Le Mans on Thursday that the problems haven't improved in the days since, which forced him out of the midweek test at the Algarve circuit. "I spent 10 days at home, 10 days in hospital seeing surgeons, MRI scans,...
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