Crutchlow can win races - Lorenzo

Crutchlow can win races - Lorenzo

New York : NY : USA | Jun 15, 2012 at 5:28 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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Jorge Lorenzo tips Cal Crutchlow to be future MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo believes Cal Crutchlow has the talent and potential to become a MotoGP champion in the future...The Yamaha rider added: "If he can find one or two more tenths [of a second], he'll be there. "Cal is starting to have the... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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