True grit: Crutchlow claims first podium since Qatar

“Honestly speaking, taking nothing away from Maverick, I felt like I had a better pace,” admitted Crutchlow. “But I didn’t need to pass, I was already in third, a podium position, I wasn’t going to catch Marc and I thought ok let’s wait until the end of the race and I’ll attack him. With five laps to go, it was quite windy and I had all the vents open in my helmet and there was water coming out my eyes so I had to really blink. So I let him go for a second and then I came back again once my eyes had cleared and then I thought right, two laps to go and attack.

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