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Standing

1Marc MárquezHonda298
2Valentino RossiYamaha249
3Jorge LorenzoYamaha233
4Maverick ViñalesSuzuki202
5Andrea DoviziosoDucati171
6Dani PedrosaHonda155
7Cal CrutchlowHonda141
8Pol EspargaróYamaha134
9Andrea IannoneDucati112
10Héctor BarberáDucati102
11Aleix EspargaróSuzuki93
12Álvaro BautistaAprilia82
13Eugene LavertyDucati77
14Danilo PetrucciDucati75
15Scott ReddingDucati74
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Castrol Power1

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TESTING FOR 2017 STARTS AT VALENCIA FOR CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA

11/15/2016

TESTING FOR 2017 STARTS AT VALENCIA FOR CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA

The first day of testing for the 2017 MotoGP World Championship began at the Valencia circuit in Spain today, where the LCR Honda Team and CaLCrutchlow had lots to work on as they completed 69 laps of the sun-drenched track.

Crutchlow was testing an evolution version of the 2017 RC213V he had previously used at the Aragon circuit following the race, and was positive about the initial sensations even if there were still some things to be ironed out.

The British rider suffered a minor crash as temperatures dropped around the Spanish circuit, but still managed to complete a good chunk of the work programmed for the two-day outing. He set the sixth-best time of the day on lap 42, stopping the clock with a 1’31.156.
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LCR HONDA TAKE INDEPENDENT TEAM HONOURS IN VALENCIA DESPITE CRASH

11/13/2016

LCR HONDA TAKE INDEPENDENT TEAM HONOURS IN VALENCIA DESPITE CRASH

Cal Crutchlow was confirmed as the Top Independent Team rider in the 2016 MotoGP World Championship, despite sliding out of the Valencian Grand Prix whilst running in ninth position.

It has been the best-ever season for LCR Honda in the premier class, with Crutchlow amassing 141 points as he took seventh place in the championship. That haul from 18 rounds of course includes the two remarkable victories in the Czech Republic and Australia, which will no doubt live long in the memory of everyone connected to the team.

The weekend at Valencia had been a tricky one for LCR Honda and Crutchlow, with the team failing to find a set-up of the Honda RC213V that suited the Briton. He fought hard in the early laps as he struggled with the front end, but just when it looked as though he would be able to claim another top-ten finish he crashed out with 14 laps still to go.

With the 2016 season over, the work doesn’t end yet for the team, with testing for 2017 beginning already at Valencia on Tuesday morning.
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CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT AHEAD OF FINAL ROUND

11/12/2016

CRUTCHLOW CONFIDENT AHEAD OF FINAL ROUND

The LCR Honda Team and their two-time winner Cal Crutchlow are confident of producing a positive end to an excellent 2016 MotoGP season, with the Brit qualifying on the fourth row of the grid for the final round at Valencia.

Crutchlow and his crew worked tirelessly to find solutions to the issues that have dogged their progress throughout practice for the 18th round of the championship, and things looked positive with the lap times he set during the final free practice session and as he breezed through the first qualifier.

In final qualifying, the LCR man then suffered a fast off through the fast right-hand turn ten on his first lap out of the pits. Although he rushed back to the garage and was able to post a time, he will start Sunday’s event from 11th place on the grid, but positive about his chances of making up places during the race.
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ROOM TO IMPROVE FOR LCR HONDA IN VALENCIA

11/11/2016

ROOM TO IMPROVE FOR LCR HONDA IN VALENCIA

Cal Crutchlow made a solid start to proceedings on the first day of the final grand prix of the season in Valencia, setting the 11th fastest time during free practice, but safe in the knowledge that his optimal lap time would have seen him much higher up the order.

The LCR Honda man is still suffering the after-effects of the crash he experienced during the Malaysian race, where he damaged his hand and foot, but feels that on the second day of practice and on into qualifying there is much more to come from himself and the Honda RC213V.Visit the section


CRUTCHLOW CRASHES OUT OF FIFTH IN MALAYSIA

10/30/2016

CRUTCHLOW CRASHES OUT OF FIFTH IN MALAYSIA

It was a bitter end to the Malaysian Grand Prix for Cal Crutchlow and the LCR Honda Team as the Brit slid out of the MotoGP race while sitting in fifth place and looking good for a shot at another podium finish.

Heavy downpours before the start of the race delayed the go-ahead, and the race distance was reduced to 19 laps. When the riders finally got away the track was still sodden and proved to be treacherous for Crutchlow, who had made good progress in the early laps.

After having been in fourth and closing on the leaders, he was passed by Honda colleague Marc Marquez, but kept in close touch with the world champion. However, not long after the Brit went to ground at turn two, ending his hopes of podium glory.
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