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Standing

1Valentino RossiYamaha102
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha87
3Andrea DoviziosoDucati83
4Marc MárquezHonda69
5Andrea IannoneDucati61
6Cal CrutchlowHonda47
7Bradley SmithYamaha46
8Pol EspargaróYamaha35
9Aleix EspargaróSuzuki31
10Maverick ViñalesSuzuki27
11Danilo PetrucciDucati25
12Yonny HernándezDucati20
13Héctor BarberáDucati13
14Scott ReddingHonda13
15Dani PedrosaHonda10

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05/31/2015 - Mugello

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  • Circuit Mugello Circuit
  • Location Mugello - Italy
  • Lenght 5.245 mt.
  • Width 14 mt.
  • Longest straight 1.141 mt.
  • Left corners 6
  • Right corners 9
  • Pole position Right

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MILLER PLEASED WITH HIS START TO MUGELLO WEEKEND

05/29/2015

MILLER PLEASED WITH HIS START TO MUGELLO WEEKEND

Jack Miller enjoyed an encouraging opening day at the sixth round of the MotoGP World Championship at Mugello on Friday as he ended 19th quickest during free practice for the Italian Grand Prix.

The CWM LCR rookie struggled in the morning session somewhat as he lapped nearly two seconds behind the riders at the head of the field. However, he made real progress in the afternoon, shaving the best part of a second off his time to make up ground on those ahead of him.

The Australian believes there is more to come and admitted he was relishing the challenge of tacking the beautiful but testing Tuscan circuit on a MotoGP machine.
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CRUTCHLOW SATISFIED WITH START AT MUGELLO

05/29/2015

CRUTCHLOW SATISFIED WITH START AT MUGELLO

Cal Crutchlow made a positive start to the sixth round of the MotoGP World Championship at Mugello on Friday as he went sixth quickest on the opening day of practice for the Italian Grand Prix in Tuscany.

The CMW LCR Honda rider was only tenth fastest in this morning’s opening free practice session, but bettered his time by over three tenths of a second in the afternoon as he finished a little over half a second behind Andrea Dovizioso who topped the timesheets.

The Briton was pleased with his opening day’s work and, while admitting there is still plenty of room for improvement, insisted he now had a plan of attack for the rest of the weekend.
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MILLER POSITIVE ABOUT MUGELLO

05/28/2015

MILLER POSITIVE ABOUT MUGELLO

The CWM LCR Honda Team enjoy one of their home grands prix at the picturesque Mugello circuit in Italy this weekend, and its fast, flowing and undulating nature makes it one of those tracks which all riders look forward to racing at.

That includes the team’s Australian rookie Jack Miller, who led several laps of the Moto3 race here one year ago. With beautiful weather forecast for the weekend in Tuscany, Miller hopes to get back into the swing of things after a crash during the last race in France.
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CRUTCHLOW LOOKING FOR COMEBACK IN ITALY

05/28/2015

CRUTCHLOW LOOKING FOR COMEBACK IN ITALY

The CWM LCR Honda Team enjoy one of their home grands prix at the picturesque Mugello circuit in Italy this weekend, and its fast, flowing and undulating nature makes it one of those tracks which all riders look forward to racing at.

Cal Crutchlow is definitely a fan of the Tuscan layout, having scored a podium at the event back in 2013. The British rider currently lies sixth in the MotoGP World Championship as the top satellite performer, and is confident of mounting a comeback at what is one of his favourite circuits, after the disappointment in France.
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MILLER UNFORTUNATE TO SLIDE OUT OF CONTENTION IN FRANCE

05/17/2015

MILLER UNFORTUNATE TO SLIDE OUT OF CONTENTION IN FRANCE

Jack Miller was unfortunate to leave the French Grand Prix empty-handed today as another strong and consistent weekend came to nothing after a crash on the 15th lap of 28 at Le Mans.

Starting from 18th on the grid the CWM LCR Honda rookie made a strong start to the race, making up three positions on the opening lap and moving up to 12th by the end of lap two.

However, with track temperatures up to 32ºC today compared to just 14ºC at the same time on Friday and 17ºC for qualifying yesterday, Miller found that his set-up was not ideal for the change in conditions and he started to lose front grip as the race approached mid-distance.

Despite battling valiantly to maintain his position, the Australian slid out of contention in turn four, bringing to a premature end another otherwise impressive and informative weekend.

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