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1Marc MárquezHonda174
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati158
3Maverick ViñalesYamaha150
4Valentino RossiYamaha141
5Dani PedrosaHonda139
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 99
7Jorge LorenzoDucati79
8Jonas Folger Yamaha 77
9Cal CrutchlowHonda76
10Danilo PetrucciDucati 75
11Álvaro BautistaDucati 52
12Aleix EspargaróAprilia43
13Jack Miller Honda43
14Loris BazDucati38
15Scott ReddingDucati37

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09/24/2017 - Aragon

Gran Premio Movistar de Aragón

 Gran Premio Movistar de Aragón
  • Circuit MotorLand Aragon
  • Location Aragon
  • Lenght 5.078 mt.
  • Width 15 mt.
  • Longest straight 968 mt.
  • Left corners 10
  • Right corners 7
  • Pole position Right

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A POSITIVE START FOR CRUTCHLOW IN RAINY ARAGON

09/22/2017

A POSITIVE START FOR CRUTCHLOW IN RAINY ARAGON

The 14th round of the MotoGP World Championship got underway in a wet Aragon on Friday, but LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow enjoyed a solid opening at the Motorland Aragon circuit. In what is the third of four races on Spanish soil in the calendar, Crutchlow performed well in tricky conditions to end up sixth fastest on day one.

Despite still being troubled by the finger tendon injury he sustained at his training base earlier in the month, the Briton was seventh in the morning’s wet FP1 session. Rain ensured FP2 also took place on a slippery track, but Crutchlow improved his time and moved up a place on the timesheets. The LCR man was only four tenths behind Ducati’s Jorge Lorenzo in second, while fellow Honda rider Dani Pedrosa was the only man to dip under the two-minute mark as he went quickest.
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POINTS FOR CRUTCHLOW DESPITE CRASH IN MISANO

09/10/2017

POINTS FOR CRUTCHLOW DESPITE CRASH IN MISANO

LCR Honda man Cal Crutchlow salvaged three points out of a treacherous San Marino Grand Prix at the Misano circuit on Sunday. With heavy rain falling throughout the day the 28-lap race presented danger at every turn, but the British rider navigated his way safely through the early laps and was sat comfortably in fifth, just behind the lead group of four. However he was soon embroiled in a battle with former LCR Honda team-mate Jack Miller, and even though he dispatched the Australian, he went to ground soon after.

Following that setback, Crutchlow rushed to his bike to remount, and despite some clear damage he then began the task of closing down the riders in front of him. With 22 laps still to go, Cal eventually picked off enough rivals to finish the race in 13th place and collect three valuable points for his championship account.
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FOURTH ON THE GRID FOR CRUTCHLOW IN MISANO

09/09/2017

FOURTH ON THE GRID FOR CRUTCHLOW IN MISANO

Cal Crutchlow will start Sunday’s Grand Prix of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera from the second row after an impressive performance during qualifying. Still nursing a finger injury from before the weekend, the British rider has nonetheless looked his usual feisty self out on track, and with good race pace is hopeful of a decent finish at his LCR Honda Team’s home race.

Having gone straight through to the qualifying final, Crutchlow put in an excellent lap of 1’32.768, just three-tenths of a second behind pole-setter Maverick Viñales, and a tenth behind factory Honda colleague Marc Marquez. He will start the race as the top Independent Team rider in the field, and hasn’t counted out a shot at the podium positions.
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ENCOURAGING START FOR CRUTCHLOW IN MISANO

09/08/2017

ENCOURAGING START FOR CRUTCHLOW IN MISANO

Cal Crutchlow made a positive start to the San Marino GP at the Misano circuit on Friday, ending the day sixth fastest after two free practice sessions. Riding with a cast on his damaged left index finger, the British rider had been unsure about how he would find the challenge of pushing the Custom branded factory RC213V to its limits, but those fears were quickly allayed as he set the fourth fastest time of the morning session.


The LCR Honda man continued to churn out fast laps in the afternoon practice and, despite a late spill, ended up the day in sixth overall, but just three-tenths behind the fastest rider of the day, Danilo Petrucci. Having improved his time by 0.6 seconds from the morning Crutchlow was crucially inside the top ten and hopeful of a good qualifying day on Saturday.
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CRUTCHLOW POSITIVE FOR SAN MARINO RACE DESPITE FINGER INJURY

09/07/2017

CRUTCHLOW POSITIVE FOR SAN MARINO RACE DESPITE FINGER INJURY

After an excellent fourth place in his home grand prix at Silverstone ten days ago, Cal Crutchlow was hoping that the San Marino GP would be a happy homecoming for his LCR Honda squad, however team plans were dealt a blow after he cut himself with a knife last week and was forced to have surgery.

Sporting a cast on his left index finger at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli today, the British rider admitted he will have to ride through the pain barrier at the fiddly track, and is unsure of how many issues he may or may not have with it over the race weekend.

Crutchlow will get his first chance to test with the factory RC213V on Friday morning, with Sunday’s race a gruelling 28-lap affair and decidedly unpredictable weather on the horizon.
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