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Lorenzo's 'special' talent doesn’t make him ace MotoGP tester – Crutchlow

Cal Crutchlow says Jorge Lorenzo's "very special" way on a MotoGP bike "doesn't mean he's a great test rider", in response to comments the Spaniard made on social media recently. Crutchlow will step down from a full-time racing career in MotoGP after this weekend's Portuguese Grand Prix and will join Yamaha as its official test rider. The outgoing LCR rider replaces triple MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo in the role, which the Spaniard took on after announcing his retirement from racing last year. But, largely due to COVID-19, Lorenzo only had four days on the Yamaha in 2020 and all of them on the 2019 bike - with his last test at the Algarve Circuit ending with him...
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