Crutchlow joined In the Fast Lane co-hosts Matt Clayton and Michael Lamonato to reflect on the final races of his 10-year MotoGP™ career, what makes Marc Marquez the sport's standout rider, Jack Miller's future world championship chances and the fondest memories of his podiums at Phillip Island.
When discussing Marc Marquez’s dominance, Crutchlow offered what he claimed to be an unpopular opinion.
“It’s simple, he’s better than everyone else. The problem is in Moto Grand Prix and the other championships around the world that people can’t accept that that is the truth,” Crutchlow said.
“Of course you go into compete and you go in thinking you can beat him…you know he’s beatable, it’s not like he’s won every race he’s ever entered but on a motorcycle he is better than anyone else on the grid and that’s the bottom line.”
Crutchlow also shared his views on Jack Miller and how he believes that Miller is the only rider that can beat Marquez.
“I have always been the one that in Moto Grand Prix that says I believe if you look at the whole grid, talent-wise and pure speed, and natural ability at riding any motorcycle, I believe (Miller) is the only guy that can challenge Marc Marquez,” said Crutchlow.