The Briton returned to racing for RNF for the ultimate six rounds of 2022 after Andrea Dovizioso retired following the San Marino Grand Prix in September.
Crutchlow retired from full-time racing after the 2020 season, however deputised for the injured Morbidelli at Petronas SRT final yr on the Styrian and Austrian GPs, earlier than briefly changing ousted Maverick Vinales on the British and Aragon GPs on the manufacturing facility Yamaha crew.
The three-time race winner will return to his full-time testing position with the Japanese producer subsequent yr because the calendar grows by an additional spherical, and says the increasing variety of races is “tough.”
Crutchlow believes 18 grands prix, as there was within the 2017 season, is sufficient.
Talking in regards to the 2023 calendar throughout the Valencia Grand Prix weekend, he advised Autosport: “I feel it’s an excessive amount of, personally, however should you communicate to the riders, I’d say those who’ve some household additionally, I feel it’s tough.
“However the ones who haven’t any girlfriend, that don’t care, which are younger, it’s a special state of affairs.
“Me personally, I feel 18 grands prix is sufficient, however that’s me personally, I’m not the man who’s writing the foundations and saying the place they go or don’t go.
“As I stated, there’ll at all times be anyone as a substitute of the opposite individual, so it’ll at all times hold going.
“In the event that they stated there was 30 grands prix, there could be individuals up for 30 grands prix.”
Requested whether or not he felt the influence on crew personnel was thought-about when the calendar was devised, he stated: “I feel it’s thought-about, however what they know is that if somebody isn’t proud of it, there’ll at all times be another person who’ll take their job.
“They’re not struggling for individuals who wish to be a mechanic, or a chef, or a hospitality individual, stuff like that.
“After they go along with the races, they at all times know they’ll get another person if anyone doesn’t wish to do the job.
“It’s like with a rider, if somebody doesn’t wish to do the job they’ll get one other one – a great one, I don’t know.”
Cal Crutchlow, RNF MotoGP Racing
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Crutchlow additionally emphasised the influence of the 21 extra dash races which can happen subsequent yr.
MotoGP organisers Dorna Sports activities confirmed the new format in August, which can see dash races happen at each single grand prix in 2023.
They are going to be run on Saturdays to half-distance of the principle race, with half factors awarded, however is not going to have any bearing on the grid order for the principle grand prix, as is the case in Formulation 1 and World Superbikes for his or her respective dash races.
Crutchlow stated that although the riders are “handled one of the best,” it is going to be a “lengthy haul” for different crew members.
He stated: “I can’t think about the 21, 22 races you’re going to do subsequent yr. It’s powerful going.
“What I at all times assume is for the riders, you get handled one of the best, actually talking. So everybody else, it’s going to be a protracted haul with the dash races.
“They’re not very intelligent, the riders, as a result of while you signal the contract you signal per occasion, and these idiots they only signal for the season.
“However now they’ve bought double the quantity of races, however I used to be at all times intelligent and signed per race, since you by no means know what’s going to occur.
“However it additionally labored the opposite approach, as a result of in the event that they cancelled one they might take some cash away.”