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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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A CHAT WITH JACK MILLER

01/22/2015

A CHAT WITH JACK MILLER

In the MotoGP field you are very appreciated, first of all, for your talent and then for your inimitable charisma. You’ve always been so“crazy” (since your childhood)? Can you share a bizzare story of your life with your fans?

Jack: “Yeah I have been quite crazy for my young age. For me the first real crazy thing that I did was when I was three years old. There was water on the concrete under my house and I made slides with my push bike but I crashed and broke my femur and I was in hospital for one and a half months”.

From Moto3 to MotoGP: a very big jump. How do you train yourself to be ready for the forthcoming season (physically and mentally)?

Jack: “Yes from Moto3 to MotoGP is a very big jump but mentally I feel I just need to do more training physically to put myself in a good mental and physical state. I never touched weights in the gym before on the Moto3 but now that I am in MotoGP I've been training a lot more for muscle strength to prepare my body for this season”.

Born in Australia (where your family/friends still live), moved to Spain for your racing career and traveling around the world for 9 months per year. It’s almost impossible to have a girfriend. Are you single? How is your ideal woman?

Jack: “See, coming from Australia and having to live most of the season in Europe is hard because I don't get to see my family every day like normal and also your life for a relationship also makes it difficult so I'm single. My ideal woman is someone who can deal with the traveling that we have to do and who also enjoys riding motorcycles and having fun! Any candidate out there??? (laughing..)”
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NEW SEASON, NEW RIDERS AND A BRAND NEW IMAGE

12/23/2014

NEW SEASON, NEW RIDERS AND A BRAND NEW IMAGE

2015 will be an exciting year for CWM LCR Honda. On its 20th MotoGPTM season, Lucio Cecchinello unveils a bigger and stronger team - with a bigger and stronger title sponsor.

This coming season holds big celebrations for Lucio Cecchinello’s team, with its 20th season on MotoGPTM World Championship.

Having one of the world’s leading Forex trading companies on board - CWM FX www.cwmfx.com - the team will be rebranded as CWM LCR Honda and will expand to a two-man racing squad on the premier class. To debut the new image, the British Cal Crutchlow will race on a Honda RC213V, and the Australian rookie Jack Miller on the new RC213V-RS.

CWM LCR Honda team is eager for this coming year, showing up with double the staff, double the hospitality size and double the dreams for a season that will bring plenty of exciting news.

We wish you a merry Christmas and may your New Year be as exciting as our own.
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“STOP CANCER”, A RECORD-BREAKING HELMET

12/03/2014

“STOP CANCER”, A RECORD-BREAKING HELMET

Having been signed by 12 motorcycling World Champions, a “Stop-Cancer” helmet has been auctioned off for a record-breaking £200,000, (€255,000), all of which will be donated to charity and in doing so becomes the most expensive helmet in the world.


Alberto Hernandez is a Spanish university student who has always been a huge fan of motorcycling. His great passion for two-wheeled sport led him to meet his compatriot Oscar Haro, a member of the CWM LCR Honda Team run by former grand prix winner Lucio Cecchinello. Through their friendship the pair came up with the idea of a project to collect funds for AECC, (Spanish Association against Cancer) (www.aecc.es) and Riders For Health (www.riders.org), the official charity of MotoGP.

Their plan was to create a pink helmet, the colour associated with many cancer research charities, then to get it signed by some of the most famous riders in motorcycling history. They would then put it up for auction and donate the proceeds to charity. No sooner said, than it was done.

Giacomo Agostini, Angel Nieto, Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo, Marc Márquez, Dani Pedrosa, Wayne Rainey, Loris Capirossi, Àlex Crivillé, Wayne Gardner, Scott Russell and Randy Mamola; These are the names of some of the sport’s greatest ever champions who put their support behind the initiative and autographed the helmet. 12 World Champions, whose careers combined make a total of 58 world titles. The helmet also got the approval and autograph of the CEO of Dorna Sports (MotoGP promoters), Carmelo Ezpeleta.

Thanks to the collaboration of the legends from both past and present, as well as help from Dorna, TV stations, Radio, Press and Social Media the charity project was seen by over 10 million people across the world. With so much effort put in to promoting the auction, fate also had a hand in the record purchase.

Anthony Constantinou, CEO of CWM FX and the Title Sponsor of the CWM LCR Honda Team from 2015, was at Valencia for the last race of the MotoGP season. Having heard about the auction, he decided to take part online and offered up a staggering sum of £200,000 (€255,000), which left everyone involved speechless.
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SUCCESSFUL SURGERY FOR THE CWM LCR HONDA’S JACK MILLER

12/02/2014

SUCCESSFUL SURGERY FOR THE CWM LCR HONDA’S JACK MILLER


CWM LCR Honda’s Jack Miller has undergone successful surgery on his right shoulder today at the Dexeus University Hospital in Barcelona, Spain. The Australian had four loose screws removed from an old right collarbone injury, and the operation was performed by the MotoGP medical team’s renowned Dr. Xavier Mir. The 19year old rookie will take some days off from his rigorous training regime and is looking forward to starting his preparation for 2015.
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POSITIVE TEST CONCLUDES FOR MILLER IN MALAYSIA

11/28/2014

POSITIVE TEST CONCLUDES FOR MILLER IN MALAYSIA

Today in Malaysia saw the last of the on-track action in 2014 for the CWM LCR Honda Team and their rookie rider Jack Miller, as they concluded a three-day test at the Sepang International Circuit.

The 19 year-old Aussie has made significant progress over the past three days as he prepares the huge step up from the Moto3 World Championship to the elite of MotoGP in 2015. With help from HRC the team are gradually revealing more complex aspects of the Open electronics package on the Honda RC213V-RS, and with more time spent on the bike Miller admitted he felt increasingly comfortable, despite a small lowside spill in the morning.

After having completed a long run out on track in the afternoon the testing session was once again halted, as it had been the previous two days, when rain fell just after 4pm. However the Queenslander had already improved on his best lap of the test, with a quickest time of 2’02.9.

Miller now flies to back to Europe, where he will undergo a small operation at the Dexeus University Hospital in Barcelona, Spain. The Australian will have four loose screws removed from an old right collarbone injury, and the operation will be performed by the MotoGP medical team’s renowned Dr. Xavier Mir.
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