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Standing

1Valentino RossiYamaha236
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha224
3Marc MárquezHonda159
4Andrea IannoneDucati150
5Andrea DoviziosoDucati120
6Bradley SmithYamaha115
7Dani PedrosaHonda102
8Danilo PetrucciDucati83
9Pol EspargaróYamaha81
10Cal CrutchlowHonda74
11Maverick ViñalesSuzuki67
12Aleix EspargaróSuzuki60
13Scott ReddingHonda47
14Yonny HernándezDucati41
15Héctor BarberáDucati23

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09/13/2015 - Misano

GP di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini

 GP di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini
  • Circuit Misano World Circuit
  • Location Misano
  • Lenght 4.226 mt.
  • Width 14 mt.
  • Longest straight 565 mt.
  • Left corners 6
  • Right corners 10
  • Pole position Left

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DISAPPOINTMENT FOR MILLER AFTER EARLY PROMISE AT SILVERSTONE

08/30/2015

DISAPPOINTMENT FOR MILLER AFTER EARLY PROMISE AT SILVERSTONE

The British Grand Prix ended in disappointing style for Jack Miller as he crashed out after making a superb start to the race at Silverstone. Having departed the grid in 16th position, the LCR Honda rider stormed through the field to be sitting in fourth spot on lap three.

However, after attempting a late braking manoeuvre heading into a corner, the flying Australian succeeded only in taking out his own team-mate Cal Crutchlow leading both riders to slide out. Miller was unable to rejoin meaning a frustrating end to what had been a promising weekend’s work, although he remained keen to take the positives.
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CRUEL LUCK FOR CRUTCHLOW AT SILVERSTONE ON SUNDAY

08/30/2015

CRUEL LUCK FOR CRUTCHLOW AT SILVERSTONE ON SUNDAY

Cal Crutchlow saw his hopes of challenging for victory at the British Grand Prix snatched away after a hugely encouraging opening to Sunday’s race at Silverstone. Having qualified eighth on the grid, the LCR Honda rider got away well in damp conditions and had effortlessly moved up into the podium positions by lap three.

However, finally poised to make a bid for success on a track that has never previously proved a happy hunting ground, the 29-year-old was taken out by charging team-mate Jack Miller who was late on the brakes going into a corner. Having crashed out, Crutchlow subsequently attempted to rejoin but was forced to admit defeat shortly afterwards, meaning a frustrating end to his weekend.
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MILLER SATISFIED AFTER QUALIFYING ON SIXTH ROW AT SILVERSTONE

08/29/2015

MILLER SATISFIED AFTER QUALIFYING ON SIXTH ROW AT SILVERSTONE


Jack Miller continued his impressive form at the British Grand Prix as he qualified in 16th place for Sunday’s race. The Australian has made steady progress since Friday afternoon at Silverstone and ensured he will now start from the sixth row of the grid tomorrow.

The LCR Honda rider was actually 14th quickest in the FP4 session and feels he could have secured an even better result in qualifying had he not been held up on his flying lap. However, Miller is satisfied with his efforts and is hopeful he can now secure a positive finish in the race proper.
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CRUTCHLOW TO START FROM EIGHTH PLACE AT SILVERSTONE

08/29/2015

CRUTCHLOW TO START FROM EIGHTH PLACE AT SILVERSTONE

Cal Crutchlow produced his fastest ever lap in the MotoGP class at Silverstone to qualify in eighth place for the British Grand Prix on Sunday. The LCR Honda rider had struggled over the course of the first two days at his home circuit, but saved his best form for qualifying on Saturday.

The 29-year-old was right on the pace from the morning session and, after a minor problem interrupted his progress in FP4, was highly impressive during qualifying as he finished just over a second off the time of pole-sitter Marc Marquez.
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CRUTCHLOW LOOKING FOR IMPROVEMENT AT SILVERSTONE

08/28/2015

CRUTCHLOW LOOKING FOR IMPROVEMENT AT SILVERSTONE

Cal Crutchlow endured a difficult start to the British Grand Prix weekend as he finished down in 15th spot after Friday’s free practice. Once again, the 29-year-old’s home circuit of Silverstone proved a less than welcoming venue as he struggled to find his best form.

However, the LCR Honda rider refused to be too downbeat despite it proving tough for him to find too much improvement between the morning and afternoon sessions. Crutchlow remains hopeful that he can make substantial strides forward in Saturday’s qualifying as he looks to put in a big performance in front of his own fans.
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