Crutchlow was penalised for jumping the start, which dropped that the Briton to the back of the order, and following that he might simply regain to 12th location.
Subsequent to the race, the Briton went right to race direction to question his penalty, he does not believe he’d.
MotoGP regulations stipulate that the bike”needs to be static in the time that the reddish lights have been turned off”, but allow for some leeway.
“when it comes to a slight movement and subsequent stop whilst the crimson lights are onthe designated officials is going to likely be the sole judge of whether an asset was gained,” the regulations read.
Crutchlow clarified the punishment came about because he was”balancing” his motorcycle with his foot within his grid , which caused moves.
He said he was shown side-camera footage by the stewards, however, insisted he moved”not even a centimetre”.
“We are frustrated with the results of the race with respect to my ride through-penalty for that which they said has been an violation for jumping the start, which we do not agree with, at all,” said Crutchlow.
“Nobody in my team, or anybody who has seen it agrees with it, except for the stewards.
“My problem that I have with the soul direction is that I don’t think they would have given this penalty to Marc or Vale, Dovi or someone like that.
“I’m not deciding on Valentino or anyone, I am talking about some one with a high profile. Say Marc did that and he was leading the racedo you believe [that the stewards] would have given him a ride ?
“I actually don’t. That’s my opinion.”
Crutchlow was especially critical of two time 500cc champion Freddie Spencer, who was made chairman of the FIM MotoGP stewards this past year.
“After I moved there, Freddie Spencer did not say one word to me, simply stood there with his arm folded,” Crutchlow continued.
“Whether it’s sure mentioned at the safety fee from the next grand prix, when we show him that the videos that the other cyclists will laugh and they’ll then lose the respect for him personally as well.
“I have utmost respect for him personally as a rider however, the Safety Commissionwe ask for some one that understands racing and is going to have a discretion.
“It’s just ridiculous, absolutely ridiculous.
“They did not say anything, they did not say one word to me that the time that I was in there. I was inside 10 minutes whining and saying that I was not moving, my whole team was, and none said just only word.
“It sounds like I’m on an absolute rampage and attack contrary to them, however you have to comprehend the manner that I’m feeling and how, every single individual that I’ve asked sees it on TV, he’s feeling exactly the same sense – I never jumped the start.”