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Standing

1Marc MárquezHonda362
2Valentino RossiYamaha295
3Jorge LorenzoYamaha263
4Dani PedrosaHonda246
5Andrea DoviziosoDucati187
6Pol EspargaróYamaha136
7Aleix EspargaróForward-Yamaha126
8Bradley SmithYamaha121
9Stefan BradlHonda117
10Andrea IannoneDucati102
11Álvaro BautistaHonda89
12Scott ReddingHonda81
13Cal CrutchlowDucati74
14Hiroshi AoyamaHonda68
15Yonny HernándezDucati53
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MILLER KNOCKS TWO SECONDS OFF BEST LAP

11/27/2014

MILLER KNOCKS TWO SECONDS OFF BEST LAP

On his second day of testing at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, Jack Miller upped his pace by nearly two seconds as he continued his apprenticeship on board the CWM LCR Honda RC213V-RS.

Track conditions were much improved from the first day of testing, and the Australian was able to consistently make progress as he and his team work to adapt the new bike to his requirements.

Dark clouds hung over the circuit for the majority of the day, but before they dropped their payload at 4pm in the afternoon as per usual, Miller was able to complete a best lap of 2’03.1, compared to a 2’04.9 on day one.

CWM LCR Honda’s final test of the year concludes tomorrow at Sepang, with the 19 year-old hoping to get in a couple of long runs to test out his fitness over a race distance.
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ROOKIE MILLER BACK ON TRACK AT SEPANG

11/26/2014

ROOKIE MILLER BACK ON TRACK AT SEPANG

One half of the CWM-LCR Honda Team began the first of three test days at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia today, as preparations for the 2015 season continued before the testing ban comes into force during December and January.

As a rookie to MotoGP next season, the team’s new recruit Jack Miller is entitled to extra test days in order to smooth the transition to the premier class, and was joined out on the 5.543 km (3.444 mile) circuit by various test riders. Temperatures were cooler than during the scorching October race at the track, peaking at around 32°C, but with only four riders testing the surface took a while to clean.

The Australian, who joins the motorcycling elite after finishing as the championship runner-up in Moto3, was able to put in 39 laps of the track on his new Honda RC213V-RS until light rain at 4pm brought a halt to any further progress.

Testing continues at Sepang for Miller and the CWM LCR Honda Team on Thursday and Friday, where the 19 year-old will hope for better conditions to carry on with his adaptation to the new bike. Visit the section


CRUTCHLOW PLEASED AT END OF FIRST TEST WITH CWM LCR HONDA

11/12/2014

CRUTCHLOW PLEASED AT END OF FIRST TEST WITH CWM LCR HONDA

After overnight rain in Valencia left the track surface damp this morning, the CWM LCR Honda riders had to wait for it to dry completely before they could leave the pits for the final day of three days testing at the Spanish circuit.

Heavy rain yesterday had frustrated Cal Crutchlow’s chance to continue his familiarisation with his factory spec Honda RC213V, but today the British rider put in a solid stint of 53 laps. Making a series of short runs throughout the day, Crutchlow was finally able to improve on his best lap time of the test so far, setting a 1’31.774 late in the day on a used set of tyres.Visit the section


MILLER DELIGHTED WITH FIRST TEST ON CWM LCR HONDA

11/12/2014

MILLER DELIGHTED WITH FIRST TEST ON CWM LCR HONDA

After overnight rain in Valencia left the track surface damp this morning, the CWM LCR Honda riders had to wait for it to dry completely before they could leave the pits for the final day of three days testing at the Spanish circuit.

Tuesday’s heavy downpours had thwarted Jack Miller’s opportunity to get to grips with his new Open category Honda RC213V-RS, but once the track had dried today, the Queenslander put in 61 laps, with a best time of 1’33.746.

Having moved from a bike with less than a quarter of the power of his new MotoGP machine, this test was always about the Australian familiarising himself with the package he will race in 2015. Both he and the CWM LCR Honda Team were extremely happy with his quick adaptation and they will get another chance to improve that rapport when he joins other MotoGP rookies for an extra test in Malaysia at the end of this month.
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11/11/2014

RAIN WASHES OUT SECOND DAY OF TESTING FOR CWM LCR HONDA

Rain fell throughout on the second of three days MotoGP testing at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia, meaning there wasn't much in the way of action out on the Spanish track. With two new arrivals in the CWM LCR Honda Team still finding their feet on their new motorcycles there wasn't too much to be gained from lapping in the chilly and wet conditions.

This was backed up even further when Cal Crutchlow suffered a minor spill on the only occasion he ventured out onto the damp surface. With air temperatures at just 11 degrees Celsius and a long sequence of left-hand corners at Valencia, the Brit lost too much heat in the right-hand side of his front wet Bridgestone and slid out at low speed at turn four.

Both Crutchlow and his bike were unharmed, and he will hope for better weather tomorrow to complete his final day of testing in 2014.
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