Aragón, 28 September: today’s 23-lap race in Aragón was one of the most breath-taking rounds of the season with many riders crashing out due to the tricky conditions (including the championship leader Marc Marquez). The MotoGP field had to deal with fog, rain and colder temperature after two days of sunny practice sessions. Starting from the third row on the grid, LCR Honda racer Stefan Bradl had realistic podium aspirations but the challenge in these conditions was complicated for everybody especially with heavy rain at the final part of the race. Bradl ended the fourteenth round with a very positive 4th place which gives him more confidence before the over-sea back to back races.Visit the section
Aragón, 27 September: despite some small mistakes in the qualifying show-down today, the LCR racer Stefan Bradl confirms his good shape at Aragón circuit ahead tomorrow’s 23-lap race. Bradl will start from the third row between Lorenzo and Dovizioso (8th overall- 1’48.368) and his good race pace makes him confident to end the Spanish round with a positive result which allows him to rise in the general standing.Visit the section
Aragón, 26 September: the Aragón GP opening day saw LCR Honda’s Stefan Bradl working hard with his crew for finding the most suitable set-up for his RCV on the track where he has been always fast and consistent. Bradl compared both bikes ending the day in 8th place (1’49.002) and he is looking to repeat his 2013 result here on Sunday.Visit the section
Aragón, 25 September: last European venue before the fly-away-races (Japan-Australia-Malaysia) for the MotoGP field, which arrived at Motorland Aragón for the fourteenth round of the season. Last year LCR Honda racer Stefan Bradl scored a fifth-place finish at Aragón and on this visit the former Moto2 World Champion will be aiming to get back inside the top five after sliding out of the San Marino Grand Prix a fortnight ago. The German has had an up-and-down 2014 so far, with two front-row starts proving that he has the speed when things work in his favour.Visit the section
The CWM LCR Honda Team is pleased to officially announce that Australian rider, Jack Miller, will compete with them in the 2015 MotoGP World Championship riding the Honda RC213V-RS Open Specification bike.
The 19-year-old racer from Townsville, who is currently leading the Moto3 World Championship, will compete in the MotoGP Open Class thanks to the support of Honda Racing Corporation, LCR’s historical sponsors and new team partner CWM, alongside the more experienced British talent Cal Crutchlow riding the Honda RC213V Factory Specification bike.
This is the first time since their debut in the MotoGP class in 2006, that Lucio Cecchinello’s squad will field two riders, and this is largely thanks to new sponsor CWMFX.com.
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