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Standing

1Valentino RossiYamaha66
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati60
3Andrea IannoneDucati40
4Jorge LorenzoYamaha37
5Marc MárquezHonda36
6Cal CrutchlowHonda34
7Bradley SmithYamaha28
8Aleix EspargaróSuzuki22
9Pol EspargaróYamaha15
10Danilo PetrucciDucati15
11Maverick ViñalesSuzuki15
12Dani PedrosaHonda10
13Scott ReddingHonda10
14Héctor BarberáDucati8
15Jack MillerHonda6

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05/03/2015 - Jerez de la Frontera

Gran Premio bwin de España

 Gran Premio bwin de España
  • Circuit Jerez
  • Location Jerez de la Frontera
  • Lenght 4.423 mt.
  • Width 11 mt.
  • Longest straight 607 mt.
  • Left corners 5
  • Right corners 8
  • Pole position Left

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CRUTCHLOW SEALS STUNNING PODIUM IN ARGENTINA

04/19/2015

CRUTCHLOW SEALS STUNNING PODIUM IN ARGENTINA

Cal Crutchlow took an outstanding third place in Sunday’s Grand Prix of Argentina, to seal the CWM LCR Honda Team’s first podium finish since 2013.

With the sun breaking through the clouds as the riders sat on the grid, the British rider was left with a conundrum as to which rear tyre to use, eventually deciding to use the softer option available to him.

This meant that despite running in second place behind Marc Marquez for much of the early laps, Crutchlow was forced to relinquish that spot as he conserved his tyres. He dropped as low as fifth at one point, but fought bravely to cling on to the Ducati of Andrea Iannone in front.

As Marc Marquez crashed out of the race under pressure from Valentino Rossi, the CWM LCR Honda rider knew he still had a shout of a podium, and a stunning move through the final corner sealed third place to spark huge celebrations in the team pit.
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MILLER IS TOP OPEN RIDER IN ARGENTINA

04/19/2015

MILLER IS TOP OPEN RIDER IN ARGENTINA

Jack Miller finally showed his potential in his debut season as a MotoGP rider, as the CWM LCR Honda man took 12th place in the Grand Prix of Argentina and came home as the top Open class rider across the line.

The Australian had started the race from a lowly 21st position on the grid, but as has now become customary in his fledging MotoGP career, he quickly made up positions, and was battling well within the points scoring spots.

Having dispensed of former world champion Nicky Hayden, Miller also made it past Stefan Bradl, with just the Ducati of Hector Barbera standing in his way of becoming top Open man. Miller conjured up some of his usual magic in the final corner of the race, slotting his Honda RC213V-RS underneath the Spaniard to take four points and the honour of top Open bike for the first time in his rookie year.

With his teammate Cal Crutchlow having sealed an amazing third place, Miller’s Open win saw him join his colleague in parc fermé, sparking wild celebrations across the board.
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FRUSTRATED CRUTCHLOW NARROWLY MISSES FRONT ROW

04/18/2015

FRUSTRATED CRUTCHLOW NARROWLY MISSES FRONT ROW

Cal Crutchlow will start Sunday’s Grand Prix of Argentina from the second row of the grid, after he narrowly missed out on his first front row start for the CWM LCR Honda Team during Saturday’s qualifying session.

The Brit went into the qualifying practice as the second fastest rider behind world champion Marc Marquez in the four free practice sessions. However, as temperatures soared at the Termas de Rio Hondo for the 15 minute shootout, Crutchlow was unfortunate to hit traffic on his fast laps, and missed out on the front row by 18 thousandths of a second.

His lap of 1’38.485 does however see him start from the head of row two in fourth place, with an identical lap time to that of former world champ Jorge Lorenzo who had been one of the riders he was forced to slow down behind. Nonetheless the 29 year-old’s second fastest lap was quicker than the Spaniard’s and as such he lines up directly behind Marquez on the grid, with real aspirations to put up a fight for the podium positions.
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REAR GRIP AFFECTS MILLER DURING QUALIFYING

04/18/2015

REAR GRIP AFFECTS MILLER DURING QUALIFYING

Jack Miller will start Sunday’s Grand Prix of Argentina from 21st position on the grid after he struggled to find grip with his rear tyre during the qualifying session.

The CWM LCR Honda rider has looked in decent shape with his Open spec RC213V-RS in race trim, but with temperatures soaring at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit on Saturday afternoon, when he put in his softer option tyre he just couldn’t find the traction needed to give himself a better grid position.

The Aussie will start the race from the seventh row, and after having made excellent starts in his two previous outings in MotoGP, will hope to do so again tomorrow.
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CRUTCHLOW FOURTH FASTEST IN ARGENTINA

04/17/2015

CRUTCHLOW FOURTH FASTEST IN ARGENTINA

Cal Crutchlow set the fourth fastest time in free practice for this weekend’s Grand Prix of Argentina, as he got to grips with the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit that he has only ever tested at previously.

The CWM LCR Honda rider missed out on last year’s race at the track through injury, and found the going difficult at first with a dirty surface hampering all the riders’ attempts to set race-pace laps.

With his factory spec Honda RC213V slipping and sliding underneath him, Crutchlow eventually began to set some impressive lap times towards the end of the afternoon’s second session, ending up with a best of 1’39.403 which placed him fourth on the timesheets.
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