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Standing

1Valentino RossiYamaha211
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha211
3Marc MárquezHonda159
4Andrea IannoneDucati142
5Bradley SmithYamaha106
6Andrea DoviziosoDucati104
7Dani PedrosaHonda91
8Pol EspargaróYamaha81
9Cal CrutchlowHonda74
10Danilo PetrucciDucati63
11Maverick ViñalesSuzuki62
12Aleix EspargaróSuzuki53
13Yonny HernándezDucati41
14Scott ReddingHonda37
15Héctor BarberáDucati20

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08/30/2015 - Silverstone

Hertz British Grand Prix

 Hertz 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

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CRUTCHLOW LOOKING FOR IMPROVEMENT AT SILVERSTONE

08/28/2015

CRUTCHLOW LOOKING FOR IMPROVEMENT AT SILVERSTONE

Cal Crutchlow endured a difficult start to the British Grand Prix weekend as he finished down in 15th spot after Friday’s free practice. Once again, the 29-year-old’s home circuit of Silverstone proved a less than welcoming venue as he struggled to find his best form.

However, the LCR Honda rider refused to be too downbeat despite it proving tough for him to find too much improvement between the morning and afternoon sessions. Crutchlow remains hopeful that he can make substantial strides forward in Saturday’s qualifying as he looks to put in a big performance in front of his own fans.
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SUPERB START FOR MILLER AT SILVERSTONE

08/28/2015

SUPERB START FOR MILLER AT SILVERSTONE

Jack Miller enjoyed a very encouraging start to the British Grand Prix weekend as he went 14th fastest in free practice on Friday. On a largely sunny day at Silverstone, the LCR Honda rider improved markedly in the afternoon session to give himself a big boost heading into qualifying on Saturday.

Miller was down in 22nd place after the morning session, but then went almost three seconds quicker in the afternoon. Indeed, he finished the day one spot above team-mate Cal Crutchlow on the timesheets and is now looking to maintain his early momentum throughout the weekend.
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MILLER AIMING FOR POSITIVE SHOWING AT SILVERSTONE

08/27/2015

MILLER AIMING FOR POSITIVE SHOWING AT SILVERSTONE

Jack Miller is looking forward to the challenge of the British Grand Prix and admits he is spurred on by the passion of the fans at Silverstone. The Australian came home in 19th last time out in the Czech Republic but feels there were plenty of positives to take into this weekend’s race.

Riding in the Moto3 class, Miller has finished sixth and seventh at Silverstone over the past couple of seasons and is now looking to put in another encouraging showing in the premier class this weekend. While he concedes it may not be amongst his preferred circuits, the LCR Honda rider loves the atmosphere that the event generates.
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CRUTCHLOW HOPING FOR HOME COMFORTS AT SILVERSTONE

08/27/2015

CRUTCHLOW HOPING FOR HOME COMFORTS AT SILVERSTONE

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow admits he is relishing the prospect of racing on home soil at this weekend’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone. The 29-year-old heads into the 12th round of the MotoGP world championship in ninth place in the standings and will be looking to improve on last year’s result in front of his own fans when he finished down in 12th.

Crutchlow acknowledges that his home GP has not always been the happiest of hunting grounds for him, but is hopeful that can change this weekend. The Briton has just agreed a new one-year contract with the LCR team (with the option of a further year) and is now looking to cap off a productive week with a big performance on Sunday.

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CAL CRUTCHLOW RENEWS DEAL WITH LCR HONDA TEAM

08/26/2015

CAL CRUTCHLOW RENEWS DEAL WITH LCR HONDA TEAM

LCR Honda is pleased to announce that the British rider Cal Crutchlow will extend his cooperation with Honda HRC and the LCR Team managed by Lucio Cecchinello for the 2016 season, with a further option for 2017.
Based on the Isle of Man, 29 year-old Crutchlow has so far claimed 74 points this season on board the factory-spec Honda RC213V, including a stunning podium finish at the Grand Prix of Argentina.

LCR is also pleased to announce that GIVI (a long-term partner of the LCR Honda Team) will be the Title Sponsor on Crutchlow's Honda RC213V at his home race, the British Grand Prix, at Silverstone this weekend.
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