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Standing

1Marc MárquezHonda248
2Valentino RossiYamaha196
3Jorge LorenzoYamaha182
4Dani PedrosaHonda155
5Maverick ViñalesSuzuki149
6Cal CrutchlowHonda105
7Andrea DoviziosoDucati104
8Andrea IannoneDucati96
9Pol EspargaróYamaha96
10Héctor BarberáDucati84
11Eugene LavertyDucati71
12Aleix EspargaróSuzuki69
13Scott ReddingDucati55
14Álvaro BautistaAprilia54
15Danilo PetrucciDucati50

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10/30/2016 - Sepang

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 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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CRUTCHLOW BRILLIANT FIFTH FOR TOP INDEPENDENT RIDER IN ARAGON

09/25/2016

CRUTCHLOW BRILLIANT FIFTH FOR TOP INDEPENDENT RIDER IN ARAGON

The LCR Honda Team celebrated another positive result in Sunday’s Grand Prix of Aragon, as Cal Crutchlow took a hard-fought fifth place to finish as the Top Independent Team rider for the fifth time in the last six races.

Crutchlow, who started from fifth on the grid was caught up in the pack at the start, his decision to take the inside line into the first corner pushing him out to the edge of the track into turn two. Having briefly lost touch as he waited for his tyres to come up to temperature, he gradually chipped away at the riders in front, passing Dovizioso on lap nine, before getting through on Aleix Espargaro two laps later.

The Brit then stalked his factory Honda colleague Dani Pedrosa, before comfortably getting through on the Spaniard on lap nineteen to seal his fourth top-five finish in the last six races.

That result moves him up to sixth place in the standings where he is the top independent runner on 105 points. There are four rounds still to come in the championship, starting with the Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi in three weeks’ time.
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CRUTCHLOW QUALIFIES AS THE TOP INDIPENDENT TEAM RIDER IN ARAGON

09/24/2016

CRUTCHLOW QUALIFIES AS THE TOP INDIPENDENT TEAM RIDER IN ARAGON

Cal Crutchlow will start Sunday’s Grand Prix of Aragon from the second row of the grid after an impressive performance during qualifying sealed the fifth fastest time of the session. The Briton’s performance once again sealed the accolade of Top Independent Team for LCR Honda, and that was despite a front-end crash on his second qualifying run.

The 30 year-old has been in fine form all weekend, despite still lamenting about corner entry with his RC213V, and has a decent shout for a podium finish in the 23-lap race. Crutchlow has consistently churned out competitive race laps, and although he was disappointed not to get a final fast run in, still stopped the clock in a best time of 1’47.843 to set up what will hopefully be a great race.
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CRUTCHLOW THIRD AFTER DAY ONE IN ARAGON

09/23/2016

CRUTCHLOW THIRD AFTER DAY ONE IN ARAGON

It was a positive first day of practice for the LCR Honda Team at the Grand Prix of Aragon in Spain, as Cal Crutchlow set the third fastest time of the day, and was less than a tenth of a second behind top rider and fellow Honda man Dani Pedrosa.

Before the weekend began the British rider felt his and the team’s struggles would be on corner exit, where he and the RC213V have struggled this season. However, after having found that the bike was taking to the challenging Aragon track better than expected, has switched his concern to corner entry.

Nonetheless his lap times were consistently impressive throughout the two 45-minute sessions, and after ending day one as Top Independent Team rider he is now confident of pushing on even further on Saturday to seal a decent position on the grid for Sunday’s 23-lap race.
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CRUTCHLOW EXCITED ABOUT ARAGON CHALLENGE

09/22/2016

CRUTCHLOW EXCITED ABOUT ARAGON CHALLENGE

The LCR Honda Team have arrived in Aragon in north-eastern Spain for the 14th round of the MotoGP World Championship. The Motorland circuit has been on the calendar since 2010, and since then has become a popular venue for fans and riders alike, with Cal Crutchlow being one of those to sing the praises of the remote track.

The British rider finished the last event at Misano, his 100th career start, as the Top Independent Team rider across the line, and currently sits in eighth place in the standing with five rounds still remaining. At a track which historically has worked well for Honda riders, the 30 year-old will be hoping to get the best out of his RC213V this weekend and make an assault on the top spots once more.
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CRUTCHLOW ENDS MISANO RACE AS TOP INDEPENDENT RIDER IN EIGHTH

09/11/2016

CRUTCHLOW ENDS MISANO RACE AS TOP INDEPENDENT RIDER IN EIGHTH

Cal Crutchlow eventually finished the San Marino and Rimini Riviera Grand Prix in eighth place and top independent team rider after a hard fought battle under the searing Italian sun.

After starting from the third row of the grid in seventh, the LCR Honda rider had spent much of the race in the same position whilst scrapping with the factory Ducati of Michele Pirro. Having lost out to the Italian right at the end of the race, Crutchlow was initially dealt a blow when he was given a 1.5 second penalty, which would relegate him to ninth.

This decision came after the FIM MotoGP Stewards saw that the Briton, who was suffering with visor problems, had transgressed the bounds of the track at turn one on five occasions. Having gained an advantage in the first sector on three of those laps, the subsequent penalty was applied and the results were revised, demoting him to ninth.

Subsequently, Dorna Timekeeping advised the Stewards of differences in the sector times which were not evident at the time the penalty was made. The Stewards requested on-board data from the LCR Honda Team for further analysis, and upon studying this extra data as well as video evidence it was discovered that Crutchlow had deliberately slowed through the second sector of the track in order to give back the time gained. As a result, it was decided that the initial penalty would be revoked, and Cal would be reinstated back to eighth place.

With another eight points added to his account, the British rider remains in eighth place in the MotoGP World Championship, and is still the top independent team rider in the standings.

The next round of the championship sees the LCR Honda Team travel to north-eastern Spain for the Grand Prix of Aragon which takes place on the weekend of September 23-25.
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