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1Marc MárquezHonda224
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati208
3Maverick ViñalesYamaha196
4Dani PedrosaHonda170
5Valentino RossiYamaha168
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 117
7Jorge LorenzoDucati106
8Danilo PetrucciDucati 95
9Cal CrutchlowHonda92
10Jonas Folger Yamaha 84
11Álvaro BautistaDucati 70
12Scott ReddingDucati56
13Jack Miller Honda56
14Aleix EspargaróAprilia53
15Loris BazDucati39
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 FACE TO FACE WITH MOTOGP ROOKIE TAKA NAKAGAMI

12/05/2017

FACE TO FACE WITH MOTOGP ROOKIE TAKA NAKAGAMI

The Japanese motorcycling history counts many talents who raced in the premier class: Daijiro Kato, Tadayuki Okada, Takuma Aoki, Toru Ukawa, Shinya Nakano, Hiroshy Aoyama and many others. These riders represent the pinnacle of Japanese Racing Golden Era and recently another talented rider coming from the Country of the Rising Sun has approached the premier class with Honda. His name is Takaaki Nakagami and, after two seasons in 125cc class and six seasons in Moto2 class (14 podiums in total), he is ready to debut in the 2018 MotoGP World Championship with LCR Team.

LCR Honda IDEMITSU is pleased to share with you this special interview with Takaaki Nakagami.
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NAKAGAMI MAKES ENCOURAGING PROGRESS IN JEREZ

11/23/2017

NAKAGAMI MAKES ENCOURAGING PROGRESS IN JEREZ

LCR Honda IDEMITSU rider Takaaki Nakagami enjoyed a productive two-day test at Jerez as he continued his learning curve aboard his new MotoGP machinery. The Japanese rookie will form part of an expanded two-man LCR team alongside Cal Crutchlow in 2018 having made the step up from the Moto2 championship and, given his showing in Jerez, looks ready to make an impression in the premier class.

Nakagami managed a total of 60 laps on Thursday and improved throughout the day, posting his fastest effort on what was his penultimate lap. The 25-year-old was only around a second down on the times of MotoGP veterans like Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Iannone and acknowledged he was pleased with the progress he was making.

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CRUTCHLOW HAPPY AFTER POSITIVE TEST IN JEREZ

11/23/2017

CRUTCHLOW HAPPY AFTER POSITIVE TEST IN JEREZ


LCR Honda CASTROL rider Cal Crutchlow declared himself satisfied after completing a gruelling two-day testing session at Jerez on Thursday. The Briton will be receiving official factory support from HRC in next year’s MotoGP World Championship and continued his preparations by putting Honda’s new RC213V prototype through its paces in southern Spain.

The 32-year-old got through an exhausting 79 laps at the resurfaced Jerez track today and – with HRC factory duo Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa not present – gathered more valuable information on Honda’s 2018 machine. Crutchlow showed good pace throughout and finished the session having posted the second fastest lap, behind only 2017 World Championship runner-up Andrea Dovizioso.
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CRUTCHLOW BEEINDRUCKT AUF DER NEUEN PROTOTYP-HONDA IN VALENCIA

11/15/2017

CRUTCHLOW BEEINDRUCKT AUF DER NEUEN PROTOTYP-HONDA IN VALENCIA

Der LCR Honda CASTROL Fahrer Cal Crutchlow hatte einen guten zweiten und letzen Tag auf dem neuen Honda Prototyp von 2018 beim offiziellen Test in Valencia auf dem Circuit Ricardo Tormo.

Nachdem sich der Brite am Dienstag an die Maschine gewöhnt hatte, absolvierte er am Mittwoch 70 Runden, davon die überwiegende Zeit auf dem Prototyp von 2018 und erzielte dabei beeindruckende Ergebnisse. Crutchlow beendete den Tag an sechster Stelle auf der Zeitenliste, nur zwei Zehntelsekunden hinter Pedrosa der an zweiter Stelle liegt und sechs Zehntelsekunden hinter dem Weltmeister Marc Marquez, der die schnellste Zeit der zweitägigen Session erzielte.
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CRUTCHLOW GETS TO GRIPS WITH NEW PROTOTYPE HONDA IN VALENCIA

11/14/2017

CRUTCHLOW GETS TO GRIPS WITH NEW PROTOTYPE HONDA IN VALENCIA

LCR Honda Castrol rider Cal Crutchlow got his first taste of the new 2018 Honda prototype bike on the opening day of close-season testing at Valencia on Tuesday. Along with Repsol Honda duo Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa, the Briton will receive official HRC factory support during the forthcoming 2018 MotoGP season having signed a two-year deal with the manufacturer.

Crutchlow put the updated Honda through its paces on a dry and sunny at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, although he was more focused on getting accustomed to the new machine than pushing for lap times. Despite that, he still finished tenth of the timesheets – just ahead of Sunday’s race winner Pedrosa - having completed a total of 55 laps on day one.
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