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Standing

1Valentino RossiYamaha102
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha87
3Andrea DoviziosoDucati83
4Marc MárquezHonda69
5Andrea IannoneDucati61
6Cal CrutchlowHonda47
7Bradley SmithYamaha46
8Pol EspargaróYamaha35
9Aleix EspargaróSuzuki31
10Maverick ViñalesSuzuki27
11Danilo PetrucciDucati25
12Yonny HernándezDucati20
13Héctor BarberáDucati13
14Scott ReddingHonda13
15Dani PedrosaHonda10

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05/31/2015 - Mugello

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  • Circuit Mugello Circuit
  • Location Mugello - Italy
  • Lenght 5.245 mt.
  • Width 14 mt.
  • Longest straight 1.141 mt.
  • Left corners 6
  • Right corners 9
  • Pole position Right

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MILLER UNFORTUNATE TO SLIDE OUT OF CONTENTION IN FRANCE

05/17/2015

MILLER UNFORTUNATE TO SLIDE OUT OF CONTENTION IN FRANCE

Jack Miller was unfortunate to leave the French Grand Prix empty-handed today as another strong and consistent weekend came to nothing after a crash on the 15th lap of 28 at Le Mans.

Starting from 18th on the grid the CWM LCR Honda rookie made a strong start to the race, making up three positions on the opening lap and moving up to 12th by the end of lap two.

However, with track temperatures up to 32ºC today compared to just 14ºC at the same time on Friday and 17ºC for qualifying yesterday, Miller found that his set-up was not ideal for the change in conditions and he started to lose front grip as the race approached mid-distance.

Despite battling valiantly to maintain his position, the Australian slid out of contention in turn four, bringing to a premature end another otherwise impressive and informative weekend.

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CRUTCHLOW DISAPPOINTED AFTER LE MANS MISFORTUNE

05/17/2015

CRUTCHLOW DISAPPOINTED AFTER LE MANS MISFORTUNE

A dramatic change in conditions on race day at Le Mans proved to be to the detriment of Cal Crutchlow today, as the CWM LCR Honda Team struggled to match the strong form he had shown throughout free practice and qualifying for the French Grand Prix.

After qualifying just 0.051 seconds shy of the front row yesterday the British rider struggled for front grip this afternoon as the sun finally broke through the grey clouds in northern France and raised track temperatures by 15ºC.

Despite that Crutchlow was holding a strong position in seventh and biding his time for a late charge, which unfortunately never materialised after a mistake under braking on the 8th lap of 28.
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CRUTCHLOW NARROWLY MISSES FRONT ROW AT LE MANS

05/16/2015

CRUTCHLOW NARROWLY MISSES FRONT ROW AT LE MANS

Cal Crutchlow came just 0.051 seconds short of a front-row start in tomorrow's French Grand Prix after qualifying fourth fastest in this afternoon's qualifying practice at Le Mans.

The CWM LCR Honda Team rider eased through to Q2 with the third fastest time in this morning's third free practice session and although FP4 took place on a damp track after lunchtime showers, the asphalt had dried in time for this afternoon's grid shootout.

Crutchlow's second lap of his first run was enough to move him into provisional pole position just four minutes into the session but Marc Marquez then stepped up the pace. The Spaniard's effort with nine seconds left on the clock was enough to distance himself from second place by over half a second, with Crutchlow just over a tenth further back as one of only four riders to break the 1'33 mark.
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MILLER SEALS BEST MOTOGP GRID START AT LE MANS

05/16/2015

MILLER SEALS BEST MOTOGP GRID START AT LE MANS

Jack Miller secured the best qualifying position of his short MotoGP career at Le Mans today, sealing eighteenth place on the grid for the French Grand Prix.

The CWM LCR Honda rookie has felt comfortable with the legendary French circuit, where he took victory in the Moto3 race last season, all weekend and he was able to make progress again today despite the fact that the final free practice session was washed out by rain.

Thankfully the track had largely dried up in time for this afternoon's qualifying practice and after topping the timesheets with his second lap after four minutes of Q1 he went on to post the eighth fastest time of the session, bettering his previous best grid of nineteenth in Texas.
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MILLER MAKES HIMSELF COMFORTABLE AT LE MANS

05/15/2015

MILLER MAKES HIMSELF COMFORTABLE AT LE MANS

Jack Miller made a strong start to the fifth round of the MotoGP World Championship at Le Mans today, lapping as the fastest 'Open' category rider on the opening day of free practice for the French Grand Prix.

The CWM LCR Honda rookie instantly felt at ease with the legendary French circuit, where he took victory in the Moto3 race last season, and he made progress throughout the day's two sessions.

After lapping 22nd fastest on a track that still had some damp patches this morning, Miller made use of the improved conditions in the afternoon to find just over 1.6 seconds and catapult himself up the order to 13th on the combined timesheets overnight.
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