Cal Crutchlow passed fit to race at Assen MotoGP
- 23-25 June
- Friday 24 June:
- MotoGP qualifying 1150-1500 BST, BBC Red Button/online
- Saturday 25 June:
- 125cc race: 1100-1130; Moto2 race: 1215-1300; MotoGP live: 1330-1500
- Sunday 26 June:
- MotoGP full re-run: 1530-1700, BBC Two/online
Cal Crutchlow will race at Assen this weekend a week after an operation on his broken collarbone.
The 25-year-old fractured his left collarbone in five places at Silverstone a fortnight ago and has had a metal plate inserted.
His Tech 3 Yamaha team-mate Colin Edwards finished third in that race despite the same injury.
Crutchlow said on his Twitter account: "I have been passed fit to ride this weekend at Assen after an operation."
The Coventry-born rider is one of three MotoGP riders to suffer a broken collarbone in recent weeks; Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa misses his third race in a row this weekend and is replaced by Japan's Hiroshi Aoyama.
Crutchlow confimed that he had a plate and seven screws inserted into the fracture and said: "I can only try my best."