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Crutchlow targets Catalan GP for MotoGP comeback

Cal Crutchlow says "the first plan" is to return to action at the Catalan Grand Prix, after his recently-operated on arm forced him to back out of the Misano double-header. The LCR Honda rider had arm pump surgery on his right arm after last month's Styrian Grand Prix, but has struggled with a build-up and leaking of fluid from the wound over the past week. While he was able to ride in Friday's practices, the arm filled up with fluid again and was not draining as before. With the risk of infection high owing to the open wound on his arm, Crutchlow was forced to pull out of this weekend's San Marino and next weekend's Emiliga Romagna GP on doctors' orders. He will now rest up and...
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