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Crutchlow 'very close' to MotoGP pitlane start at Aragon GP

LCR's Cal Crutchlow says a slipping clutch on the warm-up lap of the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix almost forced him into starting from the pitlane on his spare Honda. Crutchlow qualified on the front row for the first time since the 2019 US GP last Sunday at Aragon in third, but was swamped off the line and was 11th at the end of the opening lap. The LCR rider battled the clutch issue for the opening six laps, before it eventually resolved itself and he came through to finish the race in eighth. "We had a problem in the warm-up lap, the clutch was slipping on the bike," Crutchlow explained. "When I shifted to sixth gear and I had a big rise in rpm, and I understood the clutch...
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