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Standing

1Jorge LorenzoYamaha115
2Marc MárquezHonda105
3Valentino RossiYamaha78
4Dani PedrosaHonda66
5Maverick ViñalesSuzuki59
6Aleix EspargaróSuzuki49
7Pol EspargaróYamaha48
8Héctor BarberáDucati43
9Andrea IannoneDucati41
10Eugene LavertyDucati36
11Andrea DoviziosoDucati34
12Bradley SmithYamaha29
13Stefan BradlAprilia25
14Álvaro BautistaAprilia21
15Michele PirroDucati18

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06/06/2016 - Montmelò - Barcelona

Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

 Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya
  • Circuit Circuit de Catalunya
  • Location Montmelò - Barcelona
  • Lenght 4.727 mt.
  • Width 12 mt.
  • Longest straight 1.047 mt.
  • Left corners 5
  • Right corners 8
  • Pole position Left

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CRUTCHLOW SCORES FIVE POINTS IN MUGELLO

05/22/2016

CRUTCHLOW SCORES FIVE POINTS IN MUGELLO

It was a challenging Italian Grand Prix for Cal Crutchlow and the LCR Honda Team, conditioned as much as anything by the British rider having to start down in 16th place on the grid. After having got hung out to dry in the melee at the start, Crutchlow then suffered a small issue with his braking system which meant he was forced to nurse the bike throughout the race.

The 30 year-old fought bravely throughout, and as he made adjustments on the fly eventually managed to bring the back safely across the line to pick up five valuable points for eleventh place.

The Team now move on to Barcelona for the Grand Prix of Catalunya in two weeks’ time.


Cal Crutchlow – 11th place

“it wasn’t too bad in the end, I felt after two or three laps that I had some sort of issue with a part of the bike but in the end I’m just happy to finish. There are no excuses, I finished 11th and I think without the issue I wouldn’t have been too much further up anyway. I got boxed out a little at the start and was unable to pass because of the speed of the bike.”

“I finished though, and I felt there was a need to bring the bike home. We needed information and I did that although I did feel some problems towards the end of the race. I didn’t really feel on the limit at all, but I couldn’t push any more with the small problems I was having. I could do one lap fast, and then one lap not so fast because I was having to adjust things on the bike.”

“Overall I’m happy enough to finish, and if I had been in a group I could have possibly gone quicker, but I was never in a group! I played it quite calm over the first ten laps, managed the situation and made sure I finished.”
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TRICKY QUALIFYING FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MUGELLO

05/21/2016

TRICKY QUALIFYING FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MUGELLO

The LCR Honda racer Cal Crutchlow looked closer to the rider who scored a podium at this track in previous seasons (Cal ended 3rd in 2103) throughout the Italian GP second day of free practices. Unfortunately, during his fastest lap time in Q1, the Briton slipped losing the chance to improve and step into the Q1.

Slight modifications to his Custom branded factory spec RC213V during the morning practice had seen the British rider consistently amongst the front group, but with a lot of traffic to contend with he was unable to secure a safe passage through to the qualifying final. Despite today’s setback (16th on the grid), Crutchlow is confident of fighting back during the 23-lap race to bring a positive result for his team’s home event.
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CRUTCHLOW MAKES GOOD START TO ITALIAN GP WEEKEND

05/20/2016

CRUTCHLOW MAKES GOOD START TO ITALIAN GP WEEKEND

Cal Crutchlow made a positive start to the Italian round placing his Custom branded RC213V in ninth position. The first practice in the morning was almost useless, with a damp track meaning the riders only got to lap on wet and intermediate tyres.

The sun came out during the lunch break to ensure a fully dry second session, in which Crutchlow was running as top Honda for much of the session, only bettered in the end by a late lap from Marc Marquez, and putting him firmly amongst a tight group of riders from second to tenth, who were all separated by just three-tenths of a second.
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CUSTOM TITLE SPONSOR OF LCR HONDA AT MUGELLO GP

05/19/2016

CUSTOM TITLE SPONSOR OF LCR HONDA AT MUGELLO GP

This weekend the MotoGP “circus” heads to Tuscany, at the magnificent Mugello race track, for the sixth round of the 2016 calendar. The breath-taking panorama, the race track layout, and the warmth of the Italian crowd make this round one of the most spectacular and appreciated of the season. For this occasion Custom Spa (the Italian company that is worldwide leader for hardware and software solutions, in Retail, Industrial, Ticketing, Aviation, Gaming and Mobile segments) will be the Official Title Sponsor of the event branding Cal Crutchlow’s RCV bikes.

Carlo Stradi (Custom S.p.a. President): “The main target of this important collaboration is to create real and strategic synergies with the LCR Team, optimizing the communication activities and developing a Custom Experience capable of infusing our message. Not only the brand awareness but the sharing of unique emotions, values, goals and difficulties to solve together like a Team… this is the way to success. With our technology, programmes, solutions and sporting principles we want to attract a young audience as well as exciting our reference audience”
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CAL CRUTCHLOW MEETS THE ITALIAN FANS AT GIVI

05/16/2016

CAL CRUTCHLOW MEETS THE ITALIAN FANS AT GIVI

Before heading to Mugello for the sixth round of the calendar, the LCR Honda racer Cal Crutchlow flew to Italy to visit the Team historical supporter GIVI (one of the most important and competitive producers of motorcycle accessories nationally and worldwide). Together with his Team Manager Lucio Cecchinello and some crew members, the Briton joined the Visenzi family and the company employees/dealers to take a look at the headquarter in Flero (Brescia). Later in the evening Crutchlow moved to the VISENZI MOTOMARKET shop where tens of 2-wheel fans warmly greeted the rider for an interesting Q&A and a crowded autograph session.

Mr Giuseppe Visenzi (GIVI founder and former GP racer): “I am bound to Lucio by a reciprocal esteem and a sincere friendship built long time ago. Getting back on track with LCR Team, year after year, through the GIVI brand it’s always a great emotion. I want to deeply thank Cal for joining us today in Brescia. GIVI wish him the best for the rest of the season”.
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