I don't know a lot about Cal Crutchlow's culinary skills, but I'd hazard a guess that he'd cook you a steak just how you like it, or maybe poach vegetarians some eggs to a velvety-yolk perfection. (Sorry, vegans, I don't know what Crutchlow would make you.)
I say that based on the innate ability he shows time after time in MotoGP to make precisely the right calls, and judge tricky, scarcely scientific situations sublimely, with his second career victory at Phillip Island yet another example of that.
Crutchlow loves a chat, but one thing he's incredibly unlikely to tell you is that he's the most-talented rider on the grid. He's said a few times this year, even when things were tough at the start of the season, that if you threw Marc Marquez on his LCR Honda, the newly crowned champion would still be winning.