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Standing

1Andrea DoviziosoDucati0
2Stefan BradlForward-Yamaha0
3Héctor BarberáDucati0
4Danilo PetrucciDucati0
5Alex De AngelisART0
6Karel AbrahamHonda0
7Álvaro BautistaAprilia0
8Maverick ViñalesSuzuki0
9Dani PedrosaHonda0
10Andrea IannoneDucati0
11Marco MelandriAprilia0
12Cal CrutchlowHonda0
13Bradley SmithYamaha0
14Aleix EspargaróSuzuki0
15Jack MillerHonda0

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 Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas
  • Circuit Circuit of the Americas
  • Location Austin - Texas
  • Lenght 5.513 mt.
  • Width 15 mt.
  • Longest straight 1200mt.
  • Left corners 11
  • Right corners 9
  • Pole position Left

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MILLER UNSCATHED AFTER QUALIFYING CRASH IN QATAR

03/28/2015

MILLER UNSCATHED AFTER QUALIFYING CRASH IN QATAR

The first qualifying session of the 2015 MotoGP World Championship was a hard fought affair, with both CWM LCR Honda riders hitting the deck ahead of tomorrow’s 20-lap Grand Prix of Qatar.

Jack Miller was one of 15 riders out in the first qualifying session, hoping to take one of the two slots in the final, but a front end crash on his first run consigned him to 22nd position on the grid.

The young Australian rookie picked himself up from the gravel and sprinted back to the garage, but he was unable to improve on his previous best of 1’56.287, which means he will start from the head of row eight on the grid.
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CRUTCHLOW STARTS 12TH AT QATAR AFTER QUALIFYING CRASH

03/28/2015

CRUTCHLOW STARTS 12TH AT QATAR AFTER QUALIFYING CRASH

The first qualifying session of the 2015 MotoGP World Championship was a hard fought affair, with both CWM LCR Honda riders hitting the deck ahead of tomorrow’s 20-lap Grand Prix of Qatar.

Britain’s Cal Crutchlow went into the session as one of the surprise favourites to score a front row start, having been second-fastest after free practice. The 29 year-old looked well on the way to achieving that feat with his second attempt at a fast lap, but although he was on a scorching lap, he slid out at the fast turn 14 right-hander.

Thankfully the Coventry-born rider was unhurt and will start the race in 12th position on the grid, having set a best lap of 1’55.123 with his first qualifying run.
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SENSATIONAL SECOND FOR CRUTCHLOW AFTER FP3

03/27/2015

SENSATIONAL SECOND FOR CRUTCHLOW AFTER FP3

The MotoGP World Championship looks to be in rude health after the second and third free practices for the season-opening Qatar Grand Prix, with the field so close that a mere 1.3 seconds separated the top 21 riders. That tightly packed group included the CWM LCR Honda Team duo of Cal Crutchlow and Jack Miller.

Britain’s Crutchlow was once again the standout performer on the evening, and was the only rider to get within a tenth of leader Marc Marquez. He set a stunning lap of 1’54.918 to finish the evening second-fastest, and looks ready to mount a serious challenge for pole position in tomorrow’s qualifying session.
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MILLER CONTINUES TO PROGRESS IN QATAR

03/27/2015

MILLER CONTINUES TO PROGRESS IN QATAR


The MotoGP World Championship looks to be in rude health after the second and third free practices for the season-opening Qatar Grand Prix, with the field so close that a mere 1.3 seconds separated the top 21 riders. That tightly packed group included the CWM LCR Honda Team duo of Cal Crutchlow and Jack Miller.

Australian Miller was the rider in that 21st spot, but although in terms of position he was not where he wanted to be, the youngster was delighted with the progress he was continuing to make over his rookie weekend. After another incident-free evening, he set a best lap of 1’56.162, and is confident about his prospects for Sunday’s race.
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MILLER MAKES SOLID START TO MOTOGP LIFE

03/26/2015

MILLER MAKES SOLID START TO MOTOGP LIFE

The 2015 MotoGP World Championship roared into action at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar this evening, with the first free practice session for the CWM LCR Honda Team taking place under the thousands of floodlights that illuminate the desert track.

It was Jack Miller’s first ever outing in an official practice in the premier class, and the series’ youngest rider acquitted himself well on board his open spec Honda RC213V-RS in the unique conditions.

With a rehash of the normal timetable there was only one session for the MotoGP riders this Thursday night, and the Australian ended it in a solid 19th place, just 1.7 seconds behind lead rider Marc Marquez. With a tightly bunched pack of riders all around him, the 20 year-old will hope to build on the positive start through the rest of the weekend.
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