In 2007 Cal Crutchlow made his debut in British Superbikes, but his status in the racing world rose quickly after claiming the 2009 World Supersport title, prompting the Briton to join the World Superbike series the following year.
Crutchlow was then quickly recruited for MotoGP™ and his debut with the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 team in 2011 saw the British rider achieve a best GP career finish of fourth in Valencia and lift the Rookie of the Year title.
Crutchlow’s championship position at the end of 2014 was 13th, compared to fifth in 2013, with a mid-season announcement being made that he would join CWM LCR Honda for a fresh start in 2015.
His switch to LCR Honda started well with a podium in Argentina, but the 2015 Honda proved a difficult machine to handle and Crutchlow ended the year in eighth place overall. For the first time in three seasons the Brit remained with the same team as he and the LCR Honda squad looked to challenge for more podiums in 2016 among a raft of rule changes.
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