"You think I don't give a shit what other people think?"

Crutchlow lashes out at his critics: "I don't care about skeptics. I used to do it 12 years ago."

"You-think-I-don't-give-a-shit-what-other-people-think?"

It is not being an easy 2020 MotoGP World Championship for Cal Crutchlow. Nineteenth classified with only '12 +1 'points in nine races, the Briton is suffering too much to adapt to the 2020 version of the RC213V, a mount that has already forced him to undergo surgery twice in just four months to heal a scaphoid fracture and compartment syndrome.

A lack of results that some people are taking advantage of to attack Crutchlow and thus justify the decision that the golden wing factory adopted a few months ago to place Álex Márquez next year with Takaaki Nakagami in the LCR Honda garage. Some harsh criticism that Coventry wanted to answer after finishing fourth in the classification of the French GP 2020.

"You think I don't give a shit what other people think? I don't give a damn about skeptics. I used to do it 12 years ago. Yes, I always feel some motivation to prove some people wrong. But it's not about me saying "Fuck you." It's about me also testing myself and proving a point with myself. There is no problem with speed, or with motivation, or with the desire to remain fast. For some moments my arm and body have prevented me, but I also believe that in time they will recover. Then, we'll see, "stated Cal Crutchlow.

Likewise, Crutchlow confirmed that he has stopped attending the meetings that the safety commission holds in each test due to the amount of stupid things that some pilots of the queen class comment: "I no longer go to the safety commission because of the amount of shit that some pilots speak ".



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