Cal Crutchlow has decided to stick with LCR Honda despite having numerous options on the table for new sponsors, including factories. He has been happy with his experience with Honda across three seasons, but has entertained offers from others, saying that the other options have been very good as well. Crutchlow will turn 32 in October.
- After three seasons with Tech3 Yamaha and a single campaign with Ducati, Crutchlow joined Lucio Cecchinello’s satellite Honda outfit in 2015.
- The Briton’s current deal expires at the end of this season, and while he says he has “no reason to leave” LCR, Crutchlow said he has been talking with other teams.
- Crutchlow will turn 32 in October, and said his “next deal will be a two-year deal.”
“Cal Crutchlow says he has good “options on the table” for MotoGP in 2018, including with factories, but concedes he has no reason to leave LCR Honda.”