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Crutchlow 'felt snap' in shoulder in Teruel MotoGP, set for scan on Monday

LCR's Cal Crutchlow says he "felt a snap" in his shoulder during Sunday's MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix and is "pretty concerned" about it. Crutchlow started seventh in Sunday's Aragon race and held position for the first two laps, before eventually dropping 11th at the chequered flag. The Briton later revealed he felt a snap in his right shoulder six laps into the race, but is unsure what caused it and will have an MRI scan on Monday to diagnose the issue. "Unfortunately, on about lap six, when I was changing direction from Turn 3 to Turn 4, I felt a snap in my right shoulder," Crutchlow told motogp.com. "So, we're pretty concerned about that." He added:...
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