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1Maverick ViñalesYamaha111
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati104
3Marc MárquezHonda88
4Dani PedrosaHonda84
5Valentino RossiYamaha83
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 75
7Jorge LorenzoDucati59
8Jonas Folger Yamaha 51
9Cal CrutchlowHonda45
10Danilo PetrucciDucati 42
11Scott ReddingDucati33
12Jack Miller Honda30
13Loris BazDucati23
14Andrea IannoneSuzuki21
15Héctor BarberáDucati21

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06/25/2017 - Assen

Motul TT Assen

 Motul TT Assen
  • Circuit TT Circuit Assen
  • Station Assen - Netherlands
  • Longueur 4.542 mt.
  • Largeur 14 mt.
  • Plus longue ligne droite 487 mt.
  • Virages à gauche 6
  • Virages à droite 12
  • Pole position Gauche

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CRUTCHLOW BOOSTED BY NEW CONTRACT AT ASSEN

06/22/2017

CRUTCHLOW BOOSTED BY NEW CONTRACT AT ASSEN

Cal Crutchlow has arrived at Assen in high spirits after agreeing a new contract to remain with the LCR Honda team, but is targeting an improved result after a disappointing couple of rounds in the MotoGP World Championship. Following an encouraging start to the season, the Briton was left frustrated after collecting just five points from the last two races in Mugello and Barcelona where a combination of bad luck and bike issues hampered his progress.

However, the 31-year-old is looking to put that behind him this weekend at one of the most iconic venues on the calendar. He will attempt to do so with the added confidence of having signed a new two-year factory Honda deal that sees him contracted directly to HRC until the end of the 2019 season.

Crutchlow will continue to represent the Japanese manufacturer while racing for Lucio Cecchinello’s team with whom he has been since the start of the 2015 campaign. The Briton expressed his delight at the opportunity to extend his stay with LCR and is looking to celebrate by securing a positive result at a circuit where he has not finished outside the top 10 since 2011.
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CRUTCHLOW IN THE POINTS IN CATALONIA

06/11/2017

CRUTCHLOW IN THE POINTS IN CATALONIA

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow produced a battling performance to finish just outside the top ten in the Catalan Grand Prix on Sunday. It proved a largely frustrating weekend for the British rider who suffered three falls on Friday and Saturday, but he fought hard to ensure he came away with five points from the seventh round of this season’s MotoGP World Championship.
Crutchlow always faced an uphill task after qualifying in 17th place for Sunday’s showdown and was 18th fastest in the morning warm-up. But, despite further difficulties with his tyre choice, the 31-year-old demonstrated his ability and fighting spirit to make up six places over the course of the race, eventually finishing 11th just behind factory Yamaha rider – and championship leader – Maverick Viñales.
Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso claimed victory at the Circuit de Barcelona, his second in a row after triumphing at Mugello last time out, with Honda factory pair Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa completing the podium.Visit the section


FRUSTRATING DAY FOR CRUTCHLOW IN CATALONIA

06/10/2017

FRUSTRATING DAY FOR CRUTCHLOW IN CATALONIA

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow endured another frustrating day at the Catalan Grand Prix on Saturday as he qualified on the sixth row for Sunday’s race at the Circuit de Barcelona. The Briton experienced more difficulties with his Honda RC213V throughout the day and now faces a tall order to come away from the seventh round of the MotoGP World Championship in Spain with a positive result.
Crutchlow went 12th fastest in this morning’s FP3, but that would be as good as things got on a baking hot day in Barcelona. A fall at the end of the first qualifying session ended his hopes of advancing to Q2 as he lost the front end of his bike, leaving him down in 17th position on the grid. However, it was a similar story for other Honda riders with three-time world champion Marc Marquez crashing no fewer than four times on Saturday.
Marquez’s factory Honda Team-mate Dani Pedrosa qualified on pole for Sunday’s race, with Jorge Lorenzo and Danilo Petrucci completing the front row.
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FALL HINDERS CRUTCHLOW ON OPENING DAY IN BARCELONA

06/09/2017

FALL HINDERS CRUTCHLOW ON OPENING DAY IN BARCELONA

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow finished the opening day of the Catalan Grand Prix down the timesheets after suffering a fall during Friday’s second free practice session. Following a difficult weekend in Mugello last time out, the Briton is looking to bounce back in round seven of the MotoGP World Championship in Barcelona.
Things went to plan for Crutchlow during a damp morning session at the Circuit de Barcelona as he finished second in FP1, narrowly behind home favourite Marc Marquez. However, he was unable to build on that momentum in the afternoon with the track having dried out. As he prepared to try and produce a fast lap towards the end of FP2 he suffered a heavy fall from his RC213V which ensured he finished the opening day down in 20th position.
Fortunately, the 31-year-old walked away unharmed from the incident and remains positive that he can prove competitive during Saturday’s qualifying.
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TOTAL FRUSTRATION FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MUGELLO

06/04/2017

TOTAL FRUSTRATION FOR CRUTCHLOW AT MUGELLO

A weekend that started with so much promise ended in total frustration for LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow as he crashed out of the Italian Grand Prix on the last lap at Mugello. The Briton had raised expectations by going fastest in Friday’s free practice sessions. However, that would be as good as things got and - having missed out on qualifying for Q2 on Saturday – Crutchlow ended the round empty-handed after a collision with Dani Pedrosa.

Starting from 13th on the grid, the LCR man battled hard in a race dominated by the Ducati and Yamaha bikes of his rivals. Despite ongoing issues with his RC213V, Crutchlow looked set to come home in 11th place on Sunday before a wild passing move from Pedrosa saw the Spaniard take out both riders with the chequered flag in sight. Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso eventually claimed a first-ever MotoGP victory, while Crutchlow was left to reflect on a weekend to forget in Tuscany.
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