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1Marc MárquezHonda224
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati208
3Maverick ViñalesYamaha196
4Dani PedrosaHonda170
5Valentino RossiYamaha168
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 117
7Jorge LorenzoDucati106
8Danilo PetrucciDucati 95
9Cal CrutchlowHonda92
10Jonas Folger Yamaha 84
11Álvaro BautistaDucati 70
12Scott ReddingDucati56
13Jack Miller Honda56
14Aleix EspargaróAprilia53
15Loris BazDucati39

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10/22/2017 - Phillip Island

Michelin Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

 Michelin Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix
  • Circuit Phillip Island Circuit
  • Location Phillip Island
  • Lenght 4.448 mt.
  • Width 13 mt.
  • Longest straight 900 mt.
  • Left corners 7
  • Right corners 5
  • Pole position Left

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DISAPPOINTING RACE FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MOTEGI

10/15/2017

DISAPPOINTING RACE FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MOTEGI

An unhappy weekend for Cal Crutchlow and the LCR Honda team was compounded when the Briton failed to finish the Japanese Grand Prix. As it did throughout this year’s event, more rain fell at the Twin Ring circuit in Motegi on Sunday and Crutchlow suffered two falls in a difficult wet race that was eventually won by Andrea Dovizioso.

Starting from down in 15th spot on the grid, Crutchlow was hampered by the spray from bikes in front of him in the early stages before he crashed on lap five. The LCR rider managed to remount and then head back out on his spare bike, although he was well down the field. However, a miserable time in Japan was complete when he fell again and the Briton is now looking to move on and regroup in Australia next week – the scene of one of his two premier class victories last year.
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TOUGH DAY FOR CRUTCHLOW AT A DRENCHED MOTEGI

10/14/2017

TOUGH DAY FOR CRUTCHLOW AT A DRENCHED MOTEGI

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow endured a disappointing day in qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix at the Twin Ring on Saturday. In the first of three successive flyaway races, the Briton had to settle for a place on the fifth row at Motegi after another rain-soaked day at the Japanese circuit.
Having proved competitive on Friday, Crutchlow was unable to make further progress and - after ending down in 15th in FP3 - failed to secure a place Q2 after finishing fifth in Q1, just behind Yamaha rider Maverick Vinales. The LCR rider expressed his frustration afterwards having once again this season failed to find a good rhythm in wet conditions.
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CRUTCHLOW SATISFIED AFTER RAINY FIRST DAY IN MOTEGI

10/13/2017

CRUTCHLOW SATISFIED AFTER RAINY FIRST DAY IN MOTEGI

After a three-week break, the MotoGP World Championship resumed today with the first of three flyaway races at the Twin Ring in Motegi. However, the weather at the Japanese circuit on Friday was far from ideal with heavy rain ensuring a tricky start to practice for the premier class riders. Indeed, LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow fell foul of the conditions as he suffered a dramatic fall, before recovering well to end the day in ninth position overall.
Crutchlow had performed impressively on the drenched track in FP1 but, towards the end of the session, lost control of his RC213V under braking and collided with the Ducati of Jorge Lorenzo. Fortunately, both men were able to walk away from the incident unharmed.
Further rain ensured FP2 was a similarly wet affair, although all the field managed to improve their morning times. In the end, a competitive Crutchlow claimed ninth spot, just behind fellow Honda rider Dani Pedrosa, with Andrea Dovizioso edging out the Spaniard’s team-mate Marc Marquez at the top of the timesheets.
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CRUTCHLOW SLIDES OUT OF ARAGON GP

09/24/2017

CRUTCHLOW SLIDES OUT OF ARAGON GP

Cal Crutchlow was unfortunately unable to finish the Grand Prix of Aragon in north-eastern Spain on Sunday, as he slid out of the race whilst involved in a comeback battle with Johann Zarco.

The LCR Honda man had made a decent start to proceedings, riding with the main group in the early laps before a moment under braking ran him wide at turn one. He rejoined the race and was making up positions again, getting back to ninth place.

The Brit was unable to adjust his front brake lever because of the cast he is still wearing on his injured left index finger, and ultimately that cost him as he lost the front for a second time at turn 14.

Despite the result, Crutchlow and the LCR Honda MotoGP Team had an impressive weekend at the Spanish venue, and should be right back on song for the next round of the championship in Japan, at Honda’s home circuit of Twin Ring Motegi.
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CRUTCHLOW TOP HONDA ON GRID AT MOTORLAND ARAGON

09/23/2017

CRUTCHLOW TOP HONDA ON GRID AT MOTORLAND ARAGON

LCR Honda MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow will start Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix from the second row of the grid after an impressive qualifying performance in north-eastern Spain. The British rider has looked in good form all weekend at the technical Motorland track, and backed up his promise with an excellent fourth place in the 15-minute shootout.

Crutchlow was almost caught out on his fast lap, riding closely behind his factory Honda colleague Marc Marquez as the Spaniard slipped out at turn 12, however he kept his cool to set a best time of 1’47.830. That means he starts the race as the top Honda rider on the grid, and is hopeful of fulfilling his pre-event aims of challenging for the podium spots.
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