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Standing

1Valentino RossiYamaha163
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha153
3Andrea IannoneDucati107
4Marc MárquezHonda89
5Andrea DoviziosoDucati87
6Bradley SmithYamaha77
7Cal CrutchlowHonda57
8Pol EspargaróYamaha56
9Maverick ViñalesSuzuki52
10Dani PedrosaHonda47
11Danilo PetrucciDucati44
12Aleix EspargaróSuzuki38
13Scott ReddingHonda30
14Yonny HernándezDucati28
15Héctor BarberáDucati16

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07/12/2015 - Sachsenring

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 Eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland
  • Circuit Sachsenring
  • Location Sachsenring - Germany
  • Lenght 3.671 mt.
  • Width 12 mt.
  • Longest straight 700 mt.
  • Left corners 10
  • Right corners 3
  • Pole position Left

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CRUTCHLOW SCORES SIXTH PLACE IN HOLLAND

06/27/2015

CRUTCHLOW SCORES SIXTH PLACE IN HOLLAND

CWM LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow took sixth place in Saturday’s Dutch TT having started from seventh on the grid, having become embroiled in a race-long battle with several of his MotoGP rivals.

The British rider made a solid start in the sunny conditions, but as the leaders pulled away from the pack, Crutchlow was stuck in a dogfight with at least five others, which saw the group chopping and changing positions in virtually every corner, on every single lap.

Ultimately Crutchlow came home sixth to collect points for the first time in four races, adding 10 to his account for the season, and filling him with confidence before the championship heads to one of his most successful circuits, the Sachsenring in Germany, in two weeks time.
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MILLER CRASHES OUT ON FIRST LAP IN HOLLAND

06/27/2015

MILLER CRASHES OUT ON FIRST LAP IN HOLLAND

It was a quick end to Jack Miller’s maiden Dutch TT in the MotoGP World Championship, as the Australian was involved in a melee at the final chicane on the first lap, which saw him crash out of contention.

After a positive weekend of practice, Miller had been disappointed with his qualifying position of 20th place, however he had been confident of making up spots in the race. Sadly, as he tried to make up positions into the last corner, he lost traction and ended up in the gravel.

Miller and the CWM LCR Honda Team will be back in action in two weeks time, at the Sachsenring in Germany.
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SIFI, A NEW PARTNER FOR LCR HONDA:  “Looks are important too…!”

06/26/2015

SIFI, A NEW PARTNER FOR LCR HONDA: “Looks are important too…!”

The LCR Honda Team is proud to announce the arrival of a new Partner into its Sponsor Community.

Thanks to a collaboration with RTR Sports, a leading sports marketing and international sponsorship agency (www.rtrsports.co.uk ), the LCR Team has reached an agreement with SIFI, an Italian company based in Catania, who for over 80 years have focused on research and innovation in the ophthalmological field. For years they have exported their know-how throughout the world following the company slogan of “EyeCare Together”.

From today SIFI officially joins Lucio Cecchinello’s team for the remainder of the 2015 MotoGP World Championship, becoming one of the team’s Official Sponsors supporting experienced Briton Cal Crutchlow, who on board his factory Honda RC213V has been consistently battling for the top spots in the championship standings.
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MILLER HAPPY DESPITE DISAPPOINTMENT IN QUALIFYING

06/26/2015

MILLER HAPPY DESPITE DISAPPOINTMENT IN QUALIFYING

Jack Miller will start Saturday’s Dutch TT from the seventh row of the grid after he set the 20th fastest time during Friday qualifying at the legendary venue. The CWM LCR Honda rider has shown good pace throughout the weekend, but with the whole field pushing hard in the latter stages of the 15-minute Q1 session, Miller slid back through the order.

Nonetheless, the Queenslander is confident of having a good race to follow up on the impressive 11th he grabbed two weeks ago in Barcelona. He has spent much of the weekend working on old tyres, and so hopes that this will hold him in good stead during the 26-lap shootout.
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CRUTCHLOW TO START SEVENTH IN DUTCH TT

06/26/2015

CRUTCHLOW TO START SEVENTH IN DUTCH TT

CWM LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow will start Saturday’s Dutch TT from the third row of the grid, just missing out on the front row by less than two-tenths of a second. The forecast rain showers only appeared briefly during the morning free practice session, allowing the MotoGP riders to push to the limit during the final qualifying quarter-hour, and with the top 11 on the grid separated by less than half a second, expectations are for a tight race.

The British rider has put a lot of work in on old tyres during the weekend, and is confident this will pay off during the 26-lap event. He is hoping to bring an end to his run of bad luck, which has seen him fail to finish at the last three races.
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