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Standing

1Valentino RossiYamaha179
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha166
3Andrea IannoneDucati118
4Marc MárquezHonda114
5Bradley SmithYamaha87
6Andrea DoviziosoDucati87
7Dani PedrosaHonda67
8Cal CrutchlowHonda66
9Pol EspargaróYamaha64
10Maverick ViñalesSuzuki57
11Danilo PetrucciDucati51
12Aleix EspargaróSuzuki44
13Yonny HernándezDucati32
14Scott ReddingHonda30
15Héctor BarberáDucati19

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08/09/2015 - Indianapolis

Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix

 Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix
  • Circuit Indianapolis
  • Location Indianapolis
  • Lenght 4.216 mt.
  • Width 16 mt.
  • Longest straight 872 mt.
  • Left corners 10
  • Right corners 6
  • Pole position Right

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MILLER SECURES A WELL-EARNED POINT AT THE SACHSENRING

07/12/2015

MILLER SECURES A WELL-EARNED POINT AT THE SACHSENRING

Jack Miller finished in the points at the German Grand Prix on Sunday as he came home 15th in the MotoGP class after a fine ride at the Sachsenring.

After qualifying in 18th, the CWM LCR rookie made an excellent start and looked well set for a solid points finish as he lapped in 13th. However, he endured some issues with his bike towards the end of the race which meant he had to ease up to ensure he saw the chequered flag.

The Australian still emerged as the top open Honda rider, though, finishing nearly five seconds ahead of former world champion Nicky Hayden and admitted afterwards he was pretty satisfied with his weekend’s work.
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CRUTCHLOW TAKES SEVENTH PLACE AT THE SACHSENRING

07/12/2015

CRUTCHLOW TAKES SEVENTH PLACE AT THE SACHSENRING

Cal Crutchlow put in a solid display at the German Grand Prix on Sunday with the Briton coming home in seventh place in the MotoGP category at the Sachsenring.

The CWM LCR rider endured a heavy fall as he qualified in tenth on Saturday, but he defied pain sustained in that crash to improve in Sunday’s race. Crutchlow made up ground on the riders ahead of him before eventually ending in seventh spot, behind fellow Briton Bradley Smith.

Crutchlow acknowledged afterwards that a different selection of front tyre could have seen him finish even higher, but was satisfied with his result after a difficult weekend in Germany.
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CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT OF PROGRESS DESPITE DIFFICULT DAY

07/11/2015

CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT OF PROGRESS DESPITE DIFFICULT DAY

Qualifying at the Sachsenring for Sunday’s Grand Prix of Germany saw CWM LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow qualify in tenth place on the fourth row of the grid, but the British rider is confident of being able to turn his and the team’s fortunes around in the 30-lap race.

Having gone directly through to the main qualifying shootout, Crutchlow was hopeful of setting a fast time, but after having crashed in the morning free practice session he wasn’t quite able to put a quick lap together, eventually having to settle for tenth. However the Isle of Man-based rider believes he has the necessary race pace to make significant forward progress when the flag drops.
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MILLER HOPING TO FINISH AS TOP OPEN IN GERMANY

07/11/2015

MILLER HOPING TO FINISH AS TOP OPEN IN GERMANY


CWM LCR Honda’s Jack Miller qualified as the top Open Honda rider at the Sachsenring in Germany today, and he will start the 30-lap Grand Prix of Germany from 18th place on the grid.

The Australian is a big fan of the tight and twisty venue, and made significant progress after a difficult first day of practice on Friday. After disappointment last time out in Holland, he is confident of being able to finish as top Open bike, with the focus being on getting through the crucial first laps.
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CRUTCHLOW FEELS COMPETITIVE AT SACHSENRING

07/10/2015

CRUTCHLOW FEELS COMPETITIVE AT SACHSENRING

The first day of practice for this weekend’s German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring left Cal Crutchlow in an uncharacteristic 12th place on the timesheets, although the British rider remains unconcerned about his race pace with just eight-tenths separating him from the fastest lap of the day.

The CWM LCR Honda rider set his best lap in the afternoon session on a well-worn set of tyres, and although he was subsequently unable to improve on a fresh pair, he feels that with an evening of hard work with his crew he should have no problems in getting back up towards the front positions come qualifying on Saturday.
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