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Standing

1Marc MárquezHonda197
2Valentino RossiYamaha144
3Jorge LorenzoYamaha138
4Dani PedrosaHonda109
5Maverick ViñalesSuzuki100
6Andrea IannoneDucati96
7Pol EspargaróYamaha81
8Andrea DoviziosoDucati79
9Héctor BarberáDucati76
10Cal CrutchlowHonda66
11Eugene LavertyDucati63
12Scott ReddingDucati54
13Aleix EspargaróSuzuki51
14Bradley SmithYamaha42
15Miller JackHonda42

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09/04/2016 - Silverstone

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 Octo British Grand Prix
  • Circuit Silverstone
  • Location Silverstone
  • Lenght 5.900 mt.
  • Width 17 mt.
  • Longest straight 770 mt.
  • Left corners 8
  • Right corners 10
  • Pole position Left

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VICTORIOUS CRUTCHLOW BACK TO WORK IN BRNO TEST

08/22/2016

VICTORIOUS CRUTCHLOW BACK TO WORK IN BRNO TEST

Despite having sealed their first ever MotoGP victories together at the Brno circuit on Sunday, there was no resting on their laurels for Cal Crutchlow and his LCR Honda Team as they were back out testing at the Czech track on Monday.

Crutchlow was the first rider to take to the track once the pit-lane opened at 10am, however the session was quickly red-flagged when the Brit discovered diesel had been spilt at turn 11 by an overnight service vehicle. The clean-up job took a couple of hours, but once the area had dried the 30 year-old was back putting in laps until the extended finish time of 6.30pm.

The Briton eventually completed 63 laps of the track, fulfilling vital testing work for both Michelin and Honda, and stopping the clock in a best time of 1’56.273.

Crutchlow will now return to the Isle of Man, before what should be a triumphant outing at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on the first weekend of September. It will be the first time he will race in his home country as a MotoGP winner.
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FIRST-CLASS CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA SECURE FIRST EVER GP VICTORY

08/21/2016

FIRST-CLASS CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA SECURE FIRST EVER GP VICTORY

Cal Crutchlow was peerless in the treacherous conditions at the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic, as he took his and the LCR Honda Team’s first-ever victory in the MotoGP class. In doing so, he became the first British rider in 35 years to seal a premier class win – ever since Barry Sheene ran out victorious in the Swedish GP of 1981.

The historic day came amidst tricky weather at the Brno circuit, with rain falling all day but stopping just before the MotoGP race. Crutchlow and his LCR Honda Team took the gamble of fitting a hard wet tyre to the front and rear of his bike, only one of two riders to do so, and despite having taken time to get up to pace, it soon became the combination to be on.

Having started in tenth place on the grid, Crutchlow was down to 15th by the end of lap three, but he was soon on the move, passing riders at will before hitting the front with just over seven laps remaining. The Brit never looked in trouble, and came across the line with a huge stand-up wheelie to celebrate, over seven-seconds clear of his nearest challenger, Valentino Rossi.

Crutchlow’s win comes at a fitting moment, just two weeks after the birth of his first child Willow, and two weeks before the next round of the MotoGP World Championship, at Silverstone in the UK.
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CRUTCHLOW RECOVERS FOR FOURTH ROW START

08/20/2016

CRUTCHLOW RECOVERS FOR FOURTH ROW START

LCR Honda Team’s Cal Crutchlow qualified in tenth place for Sunday’s Grand Prix of the Czech Republic, having made a remarkably quick recovery from a huge crash during the fourth free practice session.

The British rider lost the front of his Honda RC213V on entry into the uphill turn 11, but his bike cartwheeled through the gravel before launching itself off the air-bag protection and up over the catch fence. Thankfully nobody, including Cal, was hurt in the incident, and on first impressions the engine was salvageable.

Crutchlow quickly returned to the LCR Honda pit garage to prepare his second bike for qualifying, and eventually set his best lap of the weekend during the 15-minute shootout to qualify at the head of the fourth row and hopeful of picking up positions in race trim. Rain is forecast for Sunday morning, but predictions are that by the time of the MotoGP race at 2pm local time it may well have dissipated.
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CRUTCHLOW WITHIN A SECOND AT BRNO

08/19/2016

CRUTCHLOW WITHIN A SECOND AT BRNO

It was a solid start to practice for LCR Honda at the Czech Republic Grand Prix, as Cal Crutchlow published the 11th fastest time of the day, to sit within a second of Friday’s fastest man, fellow Honda rider Marc Marquez.

Crutchlow is a huge fan of the Brno circuit, and is finding areas which he is able to make up time on his rivals, but has other areas on which he, the LCR Honda Team and HRC will work together to improve the situation.

The Brit is hopeful of a good performance in the morning session on Saturday to secure a spot in the qualifying final.
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CZECH CHALLENGE FOR LCR AND CRUTCHLOW

08/18/2016

CZECH CHALLENGE FOR LCR AND CRUTCHLOW

Fresh off the back of a demanding weekend at the first Austrian Grand Prix in 19 years, the LCR Honda Team get a chance to make amends straight away as they arrive at the Brno circuit for the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic.

Crutchlow was forced to take a ride-through penalty after a marginal decision that he had jumped the start in Austria. However, the British rider is a big fan of the flowing Brno layout and can be buoyed by the fact that he took the first podium of his MotoGP career here in 2012.
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