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Crutchlow: MotoGP Season Lasts Too Long

Crutchlow: MotoGP Season Lasts Too Long
Cal Crutchlow, LCR Castrol Honda 2018 / runganSport English © MotoGP.

London, EN runganSport — LCR Honda Castrol Satellite rider, Cal Crutchlow claimed to feel happy every time he gets a long holiday after the race in December and January every year.

But, lately the British star began to complain a bit because the MotoGP racing season is too long each year.

“The pre-season test at the end of November was very disturbing, and we didn’t need it,” complained Crutchlow.

Crutchlow explained that the drivers did not protest the number of races in a year, the problem was the span of time between the start of the season and the end of a very long season.

“But we racers don’t complain, even though we have 19 races.

“It’s just a pre-season test at the end of November at Jerez that really annoys us, it’s ridiculous,” he continued.

“We have a long season. Of course we will have two months off. I don’t complain about that.

But I do not agree that we have to drive until the end of November. We underwent the last race weekend in Valencia from November 16-18.

Then we pre-season tests there on Tuesday and Wednesday for another two days.

After that we had four days before we returned to a similar test at Jerez, “Crutchlow’s protest was disappointed. (DN/eV)

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