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MotoGP maestro Cal Crutchlow

British sport’s best-kept secret

British sport’s best-kept secret

Get to know Cal Crutchlow, the man going for MotoGP glory

This Coventry-born adrenalin junkie is looking to achieve legendary status this season…

MotoGPTM Gran Premio Red Bull de España, Sunday 6 May, 12.30pm, BT Sport 2/HD (CH 532/528)

Sit down Anthony Joshua, Andy Murray and Harry Kane, because there’s one British sports star who is really causing a stir right now. We’re talking about MotoGP maestro Cal Crutchlow.


Earlier this season, Crutchlow scored an all-important win in Argentina to become the first Brit to lead the world championship since 1979. The question now is whether he can repeat his two-wheeled heroics when the action gets under way at the next race in Spain, live on BT Sport.


Crutchlow’s rise in the sport has been nothing short of thrilling, but we’d forgive you if you didn’t know all that much about him. Learn more about this home-grown speed demon with our handy guide…


The lowdown on Cal Crutchlow


MotoGP: Grand Prix of Spain


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