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Crutchlow not demotivated by tough start to 2020 MotoGP season

Cal Crutchlow insists he has not been demotivated by a tough 2020 MotoGP campaign as he continues to look to secure a ride for the 2021 season. The LCR rider has so far only scored seven points from the opening five races, managing a best finish of 13th at the Andalusian Grand Prix, with a wrist injury suffered during the Spanish GP weekend and a troubled 2020 Honda contributing to his woes. Crutchlow faces an uncertain future with Honda ousting him at the end of the year to make way for Alex Marquez, leaving a move to Aprilia as the Briton's only realistic option to remain on the grid. The LCR rider has previously stated that he and his team are just "going in circles" with the...
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