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1Marc MárquezHonda224
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati208
3Maverick ViñalesYamaha196
4Dani PedrosaHonda170
5Valentino RossiYamaha168
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 117
7Jorge LorenzoDucati106
8Danilo PetrucciDucati 95
9Cal CrutchlowHonda92
10Jonas Folger Yamaha 84
11Álvaro BautistaDucati 70
12Scott ReddingDucati56
13Jack Miller Honda56
14Aleix EspargaróAprilia53
15Loris BazDucati39

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10/29/2017 - Sepang

Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix

 Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix
  • Circuit Sepang Circuit
  • Location Sepang
  • Lenght 5.548 mt.
  • Width 25 mt.
  • Longest straight 920 mt.
  • Left corners 5
  • Right corners 10
  • Pole position Left

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BRAVE CRUTCHLOW TAKES FIFTH IN PHILLIP ISLAND THRILLER

10/22/2017

BRAVE CRUTCHLOW TAKES FIFTH IN PHILLIP ISLAND THRILLER

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow claimed a fine fifth placed finish in a thrilling Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island on Sunday. The Briton showed all of his fighting qualities to overcome a serious fall in the warm-up session, before battling it out amongst the leading group in what was a thrilling spectacle at the famous circuit in Victoria.

Starting from the fourth row of the grid, Crutchlow went hard in the early stages to ensure he joined part of an eight-man group at the head of the field. All eight riders were covered by just one second at around the halfway stage with places being swapped regularly.

In the end, championship leader Marc Marquez pulled away to claim an important victory, but Crutchlow fought all the way to the end and edged out Andrea Iannone on the line to claim a creditable result in fifth.
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CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT DESPITE QUALIFYING SPILL

10/21/2017

CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT DESPITE QUALIFYING SPILL

Cal Crutchlow was disappointed to qualify on the fourth row of the grid for Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix, having shown good pace throughout the practice sessions at the Phillip Island circuit. On the day of LCR Honda Team Manager Lucio Cecchinello’s birthday, the Brit had hoped for a better present than tenth place in qualifying, however he feels that his pace could see him make forward progress towards the podium positions.

Crutchlow was a runaway winner at this event last year, and feels that his progress during practice suggests a similar attack could be on the cards in the 27-lap race, but held his hands up to making a simple mistake in the 15-minute qualifying shootout. Running fastest through the first sector, the LCR Honda man was a touch hot into the right-hand hairpin at turn four, but instead of picking the bike up he tried to make the corner and unfortunately went to ground.

Despite the setback, Crutchlow and the LCR Honda Team were in positive spirits ahead of Sunday’s race.
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CRUTCHLOW MAKES FAST START AT PHILIP ISLAND

10/20/2017

CRUTCHLOW MAKES FAST START AT PHILIP ISLAND

Cal Crutchlow made an excellent start to proceedings at the Australian Grand Prix, setting the fourth fastest time on the first day of practice on Phillip Island - scene of his second grand prix victory one year ago.

The LCR Honda man was tenth fastest after the chilly morning practice, but had chosen not to run the softer rear tyre employed by many of his rivals. He then improved his lap time in the equally cool afternoon session by over a second, to sit a tenth outside of the best lap of the day. With mixed weather forecast for the rest of the weekend, Crutchlow is primed to take a run at the top spots in qualifying on Saturday.
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CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA RETURN TO THE ISLAND

10/19/2017

CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA RETURN TO THE ISLAND

A year on from Cal Crutchlow’s fantastic victory at the 2016 Australian Grand Prix, and the LCR Honda Team return to the magnificent cliff-top venue of Phillip Island with the hope of getting back to those dizzy heights once more. The Victorian track is one of the most exciting race circuits in the whole world, with a super-fast layout and picturesque location lending itself to thrilling action, and Crutchlow demonstrated in last year’s race that he has the mastery of its challenging nuances.

After three difficult races, and changeable weather forecast for the whole weekend in Australia, the hope is that confidence from that brilliant performance 12 months ago can bring the squad back to their customary level of fighting for the top positions in the MotoGP World Championship.
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DISAPPOINTING RACE FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MOTEGI

10/15/2017

DISAPPOINTING RACE FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MOTEGI

An unhappy weekend for Cal Crutchlow and the LCR Honda team was compounded when the Briton failed to finish the Japanese Grand Prix. As it did throughout this year’s event, more rain fell at the Twin Ring circuit in Motegi on Sunday and Crutchlow suffered two falls in a difficult wet race that was eventually won by Andrea Dovizioso.

Starting from down in 15th spot on the grid, Crutchlow was hampered by the spray from bikes in front of him in the early stages before he crashed on lap five. The LCR rider managed to remount and then head back out on his spare bike, although he was well down the field. However, a miserable time in Japan was complete when he fell again and the Briton is now looking to move on and regroup in Australia next week – the scene of one of his two premier class victories last year.
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