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Crutchlow “glad” full-time MotoGP career is finished as he looks to Yamaha future

Cal Crutchlow says he knew “earlier in the year” than most that 2020 would be his final season as a full time race rider in MotoGP. The LCR Honda man announced ahead of the Valencia Grand Prix weekend earlier this month that he would retire from full-time competition and head to Yamaha as its main development rider as part of the Japanese manufacturer’s European test team. The Brit has suffered numerous injuries across the past few years that have curtailed his competitiveness somewhat, the latest being a wrist injury picked up in practice for the season opening Spanish GP.   Crutchlow revealed following his final full-time race outing in the Portuguese GP that he “knew...
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