Qatar 7
Qatar 2
qatar 5
Qatar 4
Qatar 3
Qatar 6
Qatar 8

Standing

1Marc MárquezHonda174
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati158
3Maverick ViñalesYamaha150
4Valentino RossiYamaha141
5Dani PedrosaHonda139
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 99
7Jorge LorenzoDucati79
8Jonas Folger Yamaha 77
9Cal CrutchlowHonda76
10Danilo PetrucciDucati 75
11Álvaro BautistaDucati 52
12Aleix EspargaróAprilia43
13Jack Miller Honda43
14Loris BazDucati38
15Scott ReddingDucati37

Next race

08/27/2017 - Silverstone

Octo British Grand Prix

 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

View the circuit »

rizoma

Castrol Power1

Latest News

FRUSTRATION FOR CRUTCHLOW IN SPIELBERG

08/13/2017

FRUSTRATION FOR CRUTCHLOW IN SPIELBERG


LCR Honda Cal Crutchlow endured a disappointing Austrian Grand Prix as he finished down in 15th spot in Spielberg on Sunday. After being hindered at the start, the Briton could never find good rhythm and eventually had to settle for just a single point as his weekend ended in frustration.

Starting from ninth on the grid, Crutchlow was always struggling after being impeded by the Ducati of Danilo Petrucci at the beginning of the race. With the selection of a hard front tyre seemingly not helping his cause, the 31-year-old could not make any impact towards the front of the field and eventually came home nearly half a minute behind race winner Andrea Dovizioso.

Crutchlow admitted afterwards that it had been a difficult few days and is now looking to make amends at his home round at Silverstone in two weeks’ time.
Visit the section


CRUTCHLOW ON THE THIRD ROW IN SPIELBERG

08/12/2017

CRUTCHLOW ON THE THIRD ROW IN SPIELBERG

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow has qualified on the third row of the grid for Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix at Spielberg. The Briton suffered a fall in Saturday morning’s session, but then demonstrated his fighting qualities to battle his way through to Q2 and eventually claimed ninth position on the final timesheets.

Crutchlow went down at turn three in FP3 but would recover to post a fast lap right at the very end of the session that would secure his place in Q2 at the expense of compatriot Scott Redding. In qualifying the 31-year-old finished just behind factory Honda rider Dani Pedrosa who came through Q1 to take eighth spot on the grid for Sunday’s race. Meanwhile, Pedrosa’s HRC team-mate Marc Marquez took pole.

While not totally satisfied with the weekend thus far, Crutchlow believes Sunday’s race could prove unpredictable with the chance to secure a positive result.
Visit the section


CRUTCHLOW FINISHES SEVENTH FASTEST AT SPIELBERG FP2

08/11/2017

CRUTCHLOW FINISHES SEVENTH FASTEST AT SPIELBERG FP2

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow proved competitive on the opening day of the Austrian Grand Prix in Spielberg as he posted the seventh fastest time in Friday’s afternoon free practice session. At a circuit where the horsepower of the Ducati bikes had been predicted to dominate, Crutchlow showed encouraging form on his RC213V as wet conditions made things tricky once again for the MotoGP class riders.
Both sessions took place on a drying circuit after bouts of rain, but Crutchlow performed solidly and finished tenth in the morning session.

He would improve further in the afternoon, ending fractionally behind Honda factory rider Marc Marquez who had to settle for sixth. The LCR man feels there remains plenty of room for improvement ahead of Saturday’s qualifying and is hoping some overnight work from his team will provide him with improved acceleration.
Visit the section


CRUTCHLOW AIMING TO TAKE A STRIDE FORWARD AT SPIELBERG

08/10/2017

CRUTCHLOW AIMING TO TAKE A STRIDE FORWARD AT SPIELBERG

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow is hoping to build on some encouraging signs in the Czech Republic when round 11 of the MotoGP World Championship gets underway in Austria on Friday. Despite an unfortunate fall in free practice which necessitated a trip to hospital for a back scan, Crutchlow rode through the pain barrier to secure a creditable fifth-placed finish in Brno last weekend.
Despite his injuries, the Briton then gritted his teeth and managed to complete nearly 50 laps during a test session at the Automotodrom Brno on Monday. Despite not having any new parts, Crutchlow achieved some impressive results and had posted the second fastest time of any rider when he brought his stint to an end in the early afternoon.

With acceleration and grip so crucial at Spielberg, the LCR rider is aware he will have to work hard with his crew at the Austrian soil but he is confident that recent improvements will make him more competitive following his 15th place finish 12 months ago.
Visit the section


POSITIVE DAY OF TESTING FOR CRUTCHLOW IN BRNO

08/07/2017

POSITIVE DAY OF TESTING FOR CRUTCHLOW IN BRNO

Fresh from his fifth place finish in the Czech Republic Grand Prix on Sunday, Cal Crutchlow was back out on the Automotodrom Brno on Monday as the LCR Honda team took part in a day of testing at the circuit. Despite still suffering with the back and ankle injuries sustained in a heavy fall on Saturday, Crutchlow had a busy schedule and got through plenty of laps as he looked for improvements to his Honda package.

Although he opted to finish for the day just after 2pm local time to help protect his injuries, the Briton completed 47 laps ending the day in 6th place. The Briton was pleased with the progress his Team had made and he now heads into next weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix with high hopes of another positive result.Visit the section


All news »

Search

Honda The Power Of Dreams
  • LCR Lotto