Motorcycle Racing News Crutchlow Reviews 2010 WSBK | Video

Crutchlow Reviews 2010 WSBK | Video

World Superbike

In this video, Sterilgarda Yamaha rider Cal Crutchlow reviews the 2010 World Superbike season. He had nine podium finishes in this year in the Superbike season, including double wins at his home-race at Silverstone in the UK.

For 2011, Ben Spies will replace Valentino Rossi on the Fiat Yamaha M1, which left his Monster Tech 3 Yamaha seat open. But this will be filled in 2011 by Crutchlow, who has signed a two-year contract starting next MotoGP season.

Crutchlow won the World Supersport Championship in his debut year of 2009; that year he had five wins and 10 pole positions.

Yamaha says Crutchlow has demonstrated his world-class pedigree again in 2010 after a series of blisteringly fast performances in World Superbike on board the YZF-R1 machine.

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