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Crutchlow: “I’m not feeling too bad”

Crutchlow: “I’m not feeling too bad”

Cal Crutchlow has been working hard to ensure he will be fit for the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya after his crash in Mugello.

Crutchlow suffered a dislocated right ankle in the crash, but has spent the time between races working on his fitness by cycling hundreds of kilometres near his Italian base. He has also undergone extensive physiotherapy to keep the ankle moving, and is hopeful that his hard work will pay off at this weekend’s latest MotoGP race in Spain.

Cal Crutchlow: “I’m not feeling too bad. I had some great therapy in Italy – I stayed there between the last race and this one – and also did lots of cycling because if I stayed still for a long time, I could hardly move it. I never really rested too much, and I can move my ankle up and down now, but we rest our feet on the outside of the pegs so I will only know how it is once I get on the bike. We’ll take the morning session to get familiar with the track again, but from then on will be trying my best to see what we can do this weekend as ever. I’ve been looking forward to Barcelona as I think it is a better track for our bike, and we’ll work in our normal way to make sure we get the best out of the CWM LCR Honda package.”

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MotoGP, 2015, GRAN PREMI MONSTER ENERGY DE CATALUNYA, Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda

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