Crutchlow 'should have finished second'

Cal Crutchlow feels he "should have finished second" after an early mistake left him in fifth position in the season-opening Qatar MotoGP.

Crutchlow ran wide at the first turn while battling with factory Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi, and salutes the seven-time world champion's ride to second place as the best he has seen from him "in five years".

Crutchlow's Tech3 Yamaha team-mate Bradley Smith also vows to "learn" after a crash at turn seven that brought an early end to his MotoGP debut.

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