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1Valentino RossiYamaha56
2Maverick ViñalesYamaha50
3Marc MárquezHonda38
4Andrea DoviziosoDucati30
5Cal CrutchlowHonda29
6Dani PedrosaHonda27
7Johann ZarcoYamaha 22
8Scott ReddingDucati21
9Jonas Folger Yamaha 21
10Jack Miller Honda21
11Danilo PetrucciDucati 17
12Álvaro BautistaDucati 14
13Jorge LorenzoDucati12
14Aleix EspargaróAprilia10
15Andrea IannoneSuzuki9

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05/07/2017 - Jerez de la Frontera

Gran Premio Red Bull de España

 Gran Premio Red Bull de España
  • Circuit Jerez
  • Location Jerez de la Frontera
  • Lenght 4.423 mt.
  • Width 11 mt.
  • Longest straight 607 mt.
  • Left corners 5
  • Right corners 8
  • Pole position Left

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IN-FORM CRUTCHLOW CLAIMS FOURTH IN TEXAS

04/23/2017

IN-FORM CRUTCHLOW CLAIMS FOURTH IN TEXAS

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow followed up his podium finish in Argentina with a fine fourth-placed finish at the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin on Sunday. The Briton demonstrated his battling qualities once again with a superb ride in the MotoGP class to finish just outside the top three having departed from ninth place on the grid in Texas.

Crutchlow made a great start to the race as he quickly moved through the field into sixth place and assumed fifth when championship leader Maverick Viñales crashed out on lap two. He was then involved in a thrilling battle with Johann Zarco and eventually got the better of the Frenchman on the final lap to claim fourth spot.

Although he acknowledged afterwards that he was disappointed to miss out on a second consecutive podium, Crutchlow is pleased with his start to the 2017 MotoGP World Championship. Fellow Honda rider Marc Marquez claimed his fifth straight victory at the Circuit of The Americas with Valentina Rossi and Dani Pedrosa behind him.
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CRUTCHLOW TO START FROM THE THIRD ROW IN TEXAS

04/22/2017

CRUTCHLOW TO START FROM THE THIRD ROW IN TEXAS

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow qualified on the third row for Sunday’s Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas after a frustrating qualifying session. Conditions on Saturday proved much more testing at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin with cold weather ensuring the riders struggled to improve on their efforts from Friday.

Crutchlow performed well in the morning’s free practice sessions and went through to Q2 with the fifth fastest time in the field. However, the Briton could not capitalise and saw his hopes of a spot amongst the frontrunners quashed when he came off his RC213V when on a quick lap. That left him down in ninth spot on the grid, although the 31-year-old remains hopeful he can still challenge during Sunday’s main event.

Crutchlow’s fellow Honda rider Marc Marquez claimed his fifth consecutive pole in Texas, with championship leader Maverick Viñales just behind him.
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CRUTCHLOW SATISFIED AFTER OPENING DAY IN AUSTIN

04/21/2017

CRUTCHLOW SATISFIED AFTER OPENING DAY IN AUSTIN

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow improved throughout the opening day of the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas as the third round of the 2017 MotoGP World Championship got underway in earnest. Looking to build on his impressive podium finish in Argentina, Crutchlow finished Friday’s free practice sessions in seventh position at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin.

As he had predicted in Thursday’s press conference, the Briton and his team struggled to pinpoint the ideal settings for his Honda RC213V in the morning as he ended down in 11th spot. But Crutchlow then made real strides and improved by nearly a second and a half in the afternoon session as he laid down a marker for Saturday qualifying.

Crutchlow’s fellow Honda rider Marc Marquez edged Maverick Viñales to emerge on top of the timesheets on Friday, but – less than two tenths behind Valentino Rossi in fourth – the LCR Honda man is hopeful of further improvement tomorrow.
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CRUTCHLOW HOPING TO BUILD ON ARGENTINA PODIUM IN AUSTIN

04/20/2017

CRUTCHLOW HOPING TO BUILD ON ARGENTINA PODIUM IN AUSTIN

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow arrives in Texas in good spirits ahead of this weekend’s Grand Prix of the Americas after his superb result in Argentina last time out. During this North-American round the Briton will “wear” the Rizoma brand and colors (Premium Brand in the production of design components, invented and created in Italy, dedicated to the motorcycling field) and will now look to build on that third-placed finish in round three of this year’s fledgling MotoGP World Championship which takes place at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin.

Crutchlow defied what has been a difficult start to the season for Honda to claim the manufacturer’s first podium of the campaign in Argentina. He expects life to prove difficult once again during the opening sessions in Texas, but remains confident he will be challenging at the head of the field come Sunday, at a track where he finished fourth on debut back in 2013.
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SUPERB CRUTCHLOW CLAIMS PODIUM PLACE IN ARGENTINA

04/09/2017

SUPERB CRUTCHLOW CLAIMS PODIUM PLACE IN ARGENTINA

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow completed an excellent weekend in South America as he took third place in Sunday’s Argentina Grand Prix. Starting from the front row of the grid, the Briton was always fighting at the head of the field and went on to claim his first podium of the new MotoGP World Championship season as he comfortably finished as the best-placed Honda rider.

A decent start saw Crutchlow settle in second behind early pacesetter Marc Marquez. But the charging Spaniard would crash out on lap four leaving the LCR Honda man to dispute the podium places with the factory Yamahas of Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi. Viñales proved too strong as he pulled clear to make it two wins from two in the premier class, while Rossi eventually prevailed in the battle for second.

But Crutchlow declared himself delighted with his efforts, especially after revealing he was forced to manage his speed for much of the race after seeing a warning light on the dashboard of his RC213V in the early stages.
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