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1Marc MárquezHonda224
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati208
3Maverick ViñalesYamaha196
4Dani PedrosaHonda170
5Valentino RossiYamaha168
6Johann ZarcoYamaha 117
7Jorge LorenzoDucati106
8Danilo PetrucciDucati 95
9Cal CrutchlowHonda92
10Jonas Folger Yamaha 84
11Álvaro BautistaDucati 70
12Scott ReddingDucati56
13Jack Miller Honda56
14Aleix EspargaróAprilia53
15Loris BazDucati39
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CRUTCHLOW IMPRESSES ON NEW PROTOTYPE HONDA IN VALENCIA

11/15/2017

CRUTCHLOW IMPRESSES ON NEW PROTOTYPE HONDA IN VALENCIA

LCR Honda Castrol rider Cal Crutchlow enjoyed a productive second day aboard the new 2018 Honda prototype, as the official Valencia test came to an end on Wednesday. Along with Repsol Honda duo Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa, Crutchlow was given the chance to put the latest version of the Japanese manufacturer’s RC213V through its paces at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.

Having spent Tuesday getting accustomed to the new machine, the Briton completed 70 laps on Wednesday – the vast majority on board the 2018 prototype - and produced some impressive results. Crutchlow finished the day in sixth position on the timesheets, just over two tenths behind Pedrosa in second and around six tenths down on world champion Marquez who produced the quickest time of the two-day session.
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CRUTCHLOW GETS TO GRIPS WITH NEW PROTOTYPE HONDA IN VALENCIA

11/14/2017

CRUTCHLOW GETS TO GRIPS WITH NEW PROTOTYPE HONDA IN VALENCIA

LCR Honda Castrol rider Cal Crutchlow got his first taste of the new 2018 Honda prototype bike on the opening day of close-season testing at Valencia on Tuesday. Along with Repsol Honda duo Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa, the Briton will receive official HRC factory support during the forthcoming 2018 MotoGP season having signed a two-year deal with the manufacturer.

Crutchlow put the updated Honda through its paces on a dry and sunny at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, although he was more focused on getting accustomed to the new machine than pushing for lap times. Despite that, he still finished tenth of the timesheets – just ahead of Sunday’s race winner Pedrosa - having completed a total of 55 laps on day one.
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BATTLING CRUTCHLOW CLAIMS EIGHTH IN VALENCIA

11/12/2017

BATTLING CRUTCHLOW CLAIMS EIGHTH IN VALENCIA

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow signed off the 2017 MotoGP World Championship with a battling eighth place at the Valencia Grand Prix. Having started from back on the sixth row of the grid, the Briton fought valiantly throughout to secure a place inside the top ten in a thrilling race which ultimately saw Honda’s Marc Marquez claim his fourth world title.

Having posted the tenth fastest time in the morning warm-up session, Crutchlow made good progress ending the race in 8th position a result which saw him finish ninth overall in the World Championship standings.

Crutchlow was pleased to finish the season with a positive performance, but is already aiming to improve again in the 2018 campaign.
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TOUGH QUALIFYING FOR CRUTCHLOW IN VALENCIA

11/11/2017

TOUGH QUALIFYING FOR CRUTCHLOW IN VALENCIA

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow will start from the sixth row at the Valencia Grand Prix after a disappointing day in qualifying at the final round of the 2017 MotoGP World Championship. Having gone seventh fastest on Friday, the Briton was hoping to secure a spot towards the front of the grid but he ended the morning session in 12th position and failed to progress. The 32-year-old could only manage sixth spot in the Q1 session after an heavy crash in the last minutes. Todays’ pole man is Title contender Marc Marquez followed by Zarco and Iannone.

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SEVENTH PLACE FOR CRUTCHLOW AFTER OPENING DAY IN VALENCIA

11/10/2017

SEVENTH PLACE FOR CRUTCHLOW AFTER OPENING DAY IN VALENCIA

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow made an encouraging start to the Valencia Grand Prix – the final round of the 2017 MotoGP World Championship season. A thrilling weekend is in store with the title battle between HRC factory rider Marc Marquez and Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso having gone down to the year’s last race. On Friday, Crutchlow served notice that he’ll be looking to be in the shake-up for the podium places in Sunday’s race with a solid performance throughout.
The Briton posted the eighth fastest time of a chilly but dry morning session at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, but then improved as temperatures rose in the afternoon. Crutchlow ended the day in seventh spot – just two behind Marquez – and declared himself satisfied with the progress his team had made at a layout which, he acknowledged, is not amongst his favourites on the calendar.
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