Winter test session 2015 - Malaysia 2 1
Winter test session 2015 - Malaysia 2 2
Winter test session 2015 - Malaysia 2 3
Winter test session 2015 - Malaysia 2 7
Winter test session 2015 - Malaysia 2 8
Winter test session 2015 - Malaysia 2 9

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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03/29/2015 - Losail - Doha

Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar

 Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar
  • Circuit Losail International Circuit
  • Location Losail - Doha
  • Lenght 5380 mt.
  • Width 12 mt.
  • Longest straight 1068 mt.
  • Left corners 6
  • Right corners 10
  • Pole position Left

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MILLER SATISFIED AFTER MORE SEPANG IMPROVEMENTS

02/25/2015

MILLER SATISFIED AFTER MORE SEPANG IMPROVEMENTS

Three days of official MotoGP tests came to close at the Sepang International Circuit today, as the CWM LCR Honda Team completed their penultimate pre-season session before the 18-round world championship begins in late March.

The day began in typical fashion at the scorching 3.444 mile circuit, with all riders heading quickly out onto the track at 10am to take advantage of the coolest part of the day. It was at this time that Jack Miller set his best lap of the week, putting in an impressive 2’01.593 before focusing on race set-up once more.

The Australian was taking part in his third test at the South-East Asian circuit during the winter, and admitted that he felt ready to move on to another challenge, which he will get when the final test session takes place in Qatar just over a week before the start of the campaign.

Miller stays at the track tomorrow for one final day of testing, but on the Michelin tyres that will become the championship’s supplier from the 2016 season. For contractual reasons, no rider quotes will be available from this test.
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CRUTCHLOW SCORCHES TO THIRD FASTEST TIME IN TESTING

02/25/2015

CRUTCHLOW SCORCHES TO THIRD FASTEST TIME IN TESTING

Three days of official MotoGP tests came to close at the Sepang International Circuit today, as the CWM LCR Honda Team completed their penultimate pre-season session before the 18-round world championship begins in late March.

The day began in typical fashion at the scorching 3.444 mile circuit, with all riders heading quickly out onto the track at 10am to take advantage of the coolest part of the day. Cal Crutchlow was one of those firing in fast lap times from the off, topping the timesheets early on, and eventually setting a stunning personal best of 1’59.658, making him the third fastest rider of this week’s test.

Satisfied with the work done on the softer rubber, the British rider then set about working on the bike’s set-up in race trim, aiming to put in a long stint on the harder option tyres. However a slight issue with the braking system meant that he was forced to abandon his full-race plan for safety reasons, but he was nonetheless happy with the consistent progress made this week.

Crutchlow stays at the track tomorrow for one final day of testing, but on the Michelin tyres that will become the championship’s supplier from the 2016 season.
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CRUTCHLOW MAKES FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS AT STEAMY SEPANG

02/24/2015

CRUTCHLOW MAKES FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS AT STEAMY SEPANG

On the second day of testing at the Sepang circuit in Malaysia, CWM LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow made yet more progress as he continues his adaptation to the factory Honda RC213V he will race in this year’s MotoGP World Championship.

The Briton has steadily improved his pace over the winter test programme, discovering every aspect of the bike as he and the team prepare for the opening race of the season in Qatar in March.

Rain had affected yesterday’s first day of practice, and although the track is normally at its best first thing in the morning, today the riders found that the downpours had made grip levels worse.

As such, Crutchlow set his best lap of the day once the stifling humidity and peak temperatures of 33°C had subsided late in the afternoon. He made a quick run on new tyres on his 61st and final lap, to set his best time of the test so far - a 2’00.333.
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MILLER SEES ADVANCES AFTER PUNISHING DAY AT SEPANG

02/24/2015

MILLER SEES ADVANCES AFTER PUNISHING DAY AT SEPANG

On the second day of testing at the Sepang circuit in Malaysia, CWM LCR Honda’s Jack Miller was much happier with a busy day of work as he continues to adapt to the Honda RC213V-RS he will race in this year’s MotoGP World Championship.

Last year’s runner-up in the Moto3 World Championship found going tough on the first day back at the South-East Asian track, but today was back into the groove of making steady improvements as he and the team prepare for the opening race of the season in Qatar in late March.

Rain had affected yesterday’s first day of practice, and although the track is normally at its best first thing in the morning, today the riders found that the downpours had made grip levels worse.

Miller was no different, and eventually set his best lap of the day once the suffocating humidity and searing temperatures had dropped off late in the afternoon. He set his best time of 2’01.968 with his 65th and final lap of the day, a heavy workload in such difficult conditions. The Aussie suffered a small lowisde as he hit turn one after his fast lap, but both bike and rider were unscathed.

Testing continues at Sepang tomorrow for the whole MotoGP field.
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CRUTCHLOW MAKES SOLID START TO SECOND SEPANG TEST

02/23/2015

CRUTCHLOW MAKES SOLID START TO SECOND SEPANG TEST

Afternoon rain-showers hampered proceedings for the CWM LCR Honda Team on the first day of testing back at the Sepang International Circuit. The conditions at the track had been some of the hottest of the year so far as the team returned to Malaysia for the second test of 2015, but just after 4pm the dark clouds began to gather and huge claps of thunder signalled the start of some heavy downpours.

Before the rain fell, Cal Crutchlow had made more progress on board his factory spec Honda RC213V, working with his crew to improve the feeling of his bike when tipping it into the corners. Making the most of the cooler conditions in the morning, the Briton lapped the 3.444 mile track in a best time of 2'01.222, placing him seventh fastest by the end of the day.

Like everyone else in the MotoGP field however, the Isle of Man-based rider saw any further steps forward halted by the tropical storm, although he did make a few laps in the rain to get a first feeling with his new machine in the damp conditions.

Testing for CWM LCR Honda continues at the track for the next three days.
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