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1Marc MárquezHonda170
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha122
3Valentino RossiYamaha111
4Dani PedrosaHonda96
5Maverick ViñalesSuzuki83
6Pol EspargaróYamaha72
7Héctor BarberáDucati65
8Andrea IannoneDucati63
9Andrea DoviziosoDucati59
10Eugene LavertyDucati53
11Aleix EspargaróSuzuki51
12Scott ReddingDucati45
13Miller JackHonda42
14Cal CrutchlowHonda40
15Stefan BradlAprilia37

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08/14/2016 - Spielberg - Austria

NeroGiardini Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich

 NeroGiardini Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich
  • Circuit Red Bull Ring
  • Location Spielberg - Austria
  • Lenght 4.326 mt.
  • Width 13 mt.
  • Left corners 2
  • Right corners 7

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Cal Crutchlow made a positive impression during the second and final day of the testing session at the new MotoGP venue in Austria. The circuit in Spielberg will host the next round of the world championship and the LCR Honda rider got to grips with the unfamiliar lay-out in fine style on Wednesday afternoon.
Crutchlow put in 45 laps as he gathered valuable data not only for his own team, but also for Honda whose factory outfit were not present at the test. Indeed, the Briton – who was forced to leave the session nearly two hours before the scheduled finish to catch a flight - was leading the standings for a large part of the afternoon after posting a fastest lap of 1’24.455.
That time was eclipsed towards the end of the day and Crutchlow would eventually end up in tenth position overall, with Ducati rider Andrea Iannone topping the timesheets.
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Cal Crutchlow sealed his first podium position of the season with a brilliant ride to second place in treacherous conditions at the Sachsenring in Germany. The LCR Honda rider had shown himself to be quick in all conditions over the weekend, but had frustratingly missed out in qualifying, and so started the race down in 13th.

The Brit had to set about his recovery in the rain, with a fully damp track meaning wet tyres were the only choice, however having gone with the harder front option, it took time for him to get up to speed. Once the surface began to dry, he soon started to pick his way through the field and as riders began to make their bike changes, Crutchlow lay in third.

Cal finally decided to enter the pits to switch onto a bike fitted with slick tyres with seven laps to go, and emerged in fifth. After scrapping hard with Andrea Dovizioso, he soon made it back up to third, before sliding past his compatriot Scott Redding with a lap to go. He safely crossed the line triumphantly in second place, to seal his best result as an LCR Honda rider so far, and celebrate with the podium champagne for the first time this season.
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67 years of history, 530 million youtube viewers, 100 million TV spectators for each race weekend, 16 million social medias fans, over 2.7 million spectators on track during the season… these are just few numbers of today’s MotoGP world assiduously managed by FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme), Dorna and IRTA (International Road Racing Teams Association).

During a press conference hosted yesterday at Sachsenring circuit, Dorna (that already announced a 5-year contract renewal with IRTA in Assen) officially disclosed their commitment to guarantee the actual independent Teams contractual participation to the MotoGP Championship (LCR, Tech 3, Gresini, Aspar, Pramac, Avintia e VDS).

The LCR Team and Lucio Cecchinello are pleased to announce their participation in the major class for further five years (till 2021 at least).
During the press conference Dorna CEO Mr Carmelo Ezpeleta also explained that, from 2018, they won’t accept more than 24 participants and the LCR Honda Team will have the priority to require the last available registration.

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Cal Crutchlow will start Sunday’s German Grand Prix from the fifth row of the grid, having missed out on the chance to go for pole in the qualifying final by a tiny margin of five-hundredths of a second.

The LCR Honda rider was frustrated to be even taking part in the qualifying repechage, after having got caught up behind a slower rider during the final free practice session, consigning him to the first qualifier. Despite setting the sixth fastest time of the two qualifying sessions combined, having finished outside of the top two in Q1 he will now start from 13th place on the grid.

Pace during those free practices this weekend suggests that Crutchlow should be higher up the grid, and considering his speed the Brit will be hopeful that he can make up positions quickly in the early laps to give himself the best shout of a good result, whatever the weather may be.
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The first two free practice sessions for the German Grand Prix took place at the Sachsenring on Friday, with leaden skies throughout the day meaning very little dry time was available for the MotoGP riders.

The LCR Honda Team’s Cal Crutchlow made the most of the short windows of opportunity however, setting the fourth fastest time of the day, and perhaps more importantly staying out of the gravel unlike several of his competitors who fell foul of the slippery surface.

The British rider is confident of a positive result at the track which has seen lots of success for Honda riders over recent seasons, and with more rain forecast for the rest of the weekend will be hopeful of securing himself of a good grid position in Saturday qualifying ahead of Sunday’s race.
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