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1Marc MárquezHonda129
2Maverick ViñalesYamaha124
3Andrea DoviziosoDucati123
4Valentino RossiYamaha119
5Dani PedrosaHonda103
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 84
7Jonas Folger Yamaha 71
8Danilo PetrucciDucati 66
9Jorge LorenzoDucati65
10Cal CrutchlowHonda64
11Álvaro BautistaDucati 44
12Jack Miller Honda41
13Scott ReddingDucati33
14Aleix EspargaróAprilia32
15Loris BazDucati31

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08/06/2017 - Brno

HJC Helmets Grand Prix Ceské republiky

 HJC Helmets Grand Prix Ceské republiky
  • Circuit Automotodrom Brno
  • Location Brno
  • Lenght 5.403 mt.
  • Width 15 mt.
  • Longest straight 636 mt.
  • Left corners 6
  • Right corners 8
  • Pole position Left

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CRUTCHLOW ENDS THE GERMAN GP IN TENTH PLACE

07/02/2017

CRUTCHLOW ENDS THE GERMAN GP IN TENTH PLACE

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow endured a frustrating German Grand Prix as he had to settle for a tenth placed finish at the Sachsenring on Sunday. The Briton had high hopes heading into the race having qualified on the second row, but saw his possibilities of contending for the podium ended by a front tyre grip problem.
Starting from fourth on the grid, Crutchlow was struck down by the issue with his front tyre early on which left him having to manage the situation rather than pushing to get away with the lead group. It was HRC factory rider Marc Marquez who claimed his eighth straight victory at the German circuit in the last race before the summer break.Visit the section


CRUTCHLOW TO START FROM THE SECOND ROW AT SACHSENRING

07/01/2017

CRUTCHLOW TO START FROM THE SECOND ROW AT SACHSENRING

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow will start the German Grand Prix from fourth place on the grid after a fine performance in qualifying at a soaking wet Sachsenring. The Briton narrowly missed out on a spot on the front row, but will now be targeting a place on the podium in Sunday’s race after making a big leap forwards from his overnight position of 13th.

Crutchlow made rapid improvements during FP3 and FP4 to ensure he went straight through to Q2 which took place on a drying track. In the end he finished just over a tenth behind Dani Pedrosa in third, while the Spaniard’s HRC factory team-mate Marc Marquez took pole for the eighth straight year in Germany. Visit the section


CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT IN ALL CONDITIONS IN GERMANY

06/30/2017

CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT IN ALL CONDITIONS IN GERMANY

The first day of practice for the German Grand Prix at Sachsenring saw two practice sessions in completely different conditions, making it a challenging Friday for the LCR Honda MotoGP Team and their rivals. An extended morning practice was on a cool but dry track, with the afternoon session taking place in heavy rain followed by warm sunshine.

Cal Crutchlow looked set to book his spot in the top ten in the dry, as he rounded the twisting venue for the final time in the morning. However, a big crash for fellow Brit Scott Redding forced Cal to sit up, meaning he ended play in 13th place. Crutchlow was quick later on in the rain, ending the 55-minute second practice in sixth place.

That means he and the team will need to pray for a dry morning on Saturday, so that they can take the opportunity to skip a potentially tricky first qualifying session, with some big names also joining Cal outside the top ten overall after day one.
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CRUTCHLOW CLINCHES FOURTH FOLLOWING FINE RIDE AT ASSEN

06/25/2017

CRUTCHLOW CLINCHES FOURTH FOLLOWING FINE RIDE AT ASSEN

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow produced a superb performance at the Dutch Grand Prix to claim fourth place after a thrilling finale at Assen. The Briton held his nerve after a disappointing start and fought his way back to ensure he was contesting the podium places by the time rain started to fall over the closing laps of the race.

Having started from eighth on the grid, Crutchlow got away slowly but found some incredible pace as the race headed to its climax. Having passed Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso to take fourth spot on the penultimate lap, the LCR man then showed his class to move past Marc Marquez and into a podium position. However, the three-time world champion hit back at the second to last corner to retake third, leaving Crutchlow to settle for a fine fourth place after a memorable battle.
Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi claimed victory with fellow Italian Danilo Petrucci second on his Ducati.
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THIRD ROW FOR CRUTCHLOW AS RAIN HITS ASSEN

06/24/2017

THIRD ROW FOR CRUTCHLOW AS RAIN HITS ASSEN

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow qualified on the third row for the Dutch Grand Prix after rain dominated proceedings at Assen on Saturday. Having been fifth on the timesheets overnight, the Briton’s hopes of making further progress on Saturday were hit by the wet conditions as he failed to find the rhythm he was looking for aboard his RC213V.

Rain in the morning’s FP3 session set the tone, with the top ten from Friday moving straight through to Q2 with lap times well down. The circuit did threaten to dry out at one point, but more rain ensured qualifying took place in slippery conditions with Crutchlow relieved to come through unscathed in eighth position.

The 31-year-old admitted afterwards he had found riding in the wet a struggle and is hoping for dry conditions in Sunday’s race. MotoGP rookie Johann Zarco will start at the head of the field having secured his first-ever premier class pole.
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