Cal Crutchlow

Cal Crutchlow

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Cal Crutchlow

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Cal Crutchlow (born October 29, 1985 in Coventry, England) is a professional motorcycle road racer. He is a former British Supersport champion and British Superbike race winner, and the 2009 Supersport World Champion.


Early years

Although his father Derek was a racer, he did not become interested in the sport himself until age 11. He now holds a motorcycle licence for the road. He had football trials with Coventry City and Aston Villa as a youth, but chose to concentrate on motorcycle racing.

Crutchlow won the UK Junior Challenge in 1999, and the Aprilia RS125 Challenge in 2001. He was runner-up in the 2003 Yamaha R6 Cup behind Tommy Hill, who earned a factory sponsored ride in the British Superbike series for this achievement.

He won the British Supersport Championship in 2006, after a 3 year stint in the series in which he finished 3rd in 2005.

British Superbike Championship (2007–2008)

For 2007 he made his debut in the prestigious British Superbike Championship, with the Rizla Suzuki team alongside four-time runner-up Chris Walker. He took pole at Croft, and finished 9th overall after finishing the season with his first podium, third at Brands Hatch....
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