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Standing

1Marc MárquezHonda82
2Jorge LorenzoYamaha65
3Valentino RossiYamaha58
4Dani PedrosaHonda40
5Pol EspargaróYamaha36
6Maverick ViñalesSuzuki33
7Aleix EspargaróSuzuki32
8Héctor BarberáDucati31
9Eugene LavertyDucati28
10Andrea IannoneDucati25
11Andrea DoviziosoDucati23
12Bradley SmithYamaha20
13Stefan BradlAprilia17
14Scott ReddingDucati16
15Álvaro BautistaAprilia14

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05/08/2016 - Le Mans

Monster Energy Grand Prix de France

 Monster Energy Grand Prix de France
  • Circuit Le Mans
  • Location Le Mans - France
  • Lenght 4.180 mt.
  • Width 13 mt.
  • Longest straight 674 mt.
  • Left corners 4
  • Right corners 9
  • Pole position Left

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KEY TEST FOR LCR HONDA AND CRUTCHLOW AT JEREZ

04/25/2016

KEY TEST FOR LCR HONDA AND CRUTCHLOW AT JEREZ

After having picked up the first points of the 2016 season in Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix, it was back to work for the LCR Honda Team and their British rider Cal Crutchlow, with a one-day official test session at the same Jerez circuit used in the race.

Crutchlow had a busy day out on track, testing a variety of new components aiming to improve the feeling with his factory Honda RC213V (which has been exceptionally branded with Castrol logo and colours for promotional activities and dedicated filming), as well as provide crucial feedback to the Japanese manufacturer. The 30 year-old worked with an updated traction control software and a new fairing package from Honda, which included a radical new triple-winglet design, as well as a new front tyre compound from suppliers Michelin, which he liked.

With uninterrupted sun throughout the day, the Brit completed 82 laps of the Spanish venue, with a best lap of 1’39.812 set on the harder rear tyre and proving quicker than his qualifying time from Saturday.

Cal and the LCR Honda Team now prepare for the next race on the MotoGP calendar, the French Grand Prix at Le Mans on 6th-8th May.
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CRUTCHLOW SECURES FIRST POINTS OF 2016 IN SPAIN

04/24/2016

CRUTCHLOW SECURES FIRST POINTS OF 2016 IN SPAIN

Cal Crutchlow brought home his factory LCR Honda at the Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez on Sunday, to take his first points of the 2016 MotoGP World Championship. Having had a difficult weekend all round, the positives of keeping in the battle despite feeling uncomfortable throughout the 27-lap event, mean that the team can now start to build from this platform.

Track temperatures were at their highest of the weekend by the time of the MotoGP race, and Crutchlow was unable to replicate the solid sequence of laps he put in during the morning warm-up session. Having started from tenth on the grid Cal strived to keep tabs on the Ducati riders ahead of him, but struggled with grip in the latter stages, eventually settling into a rhythm which meant he was finally able to open his account for the season.

The LCR Honda Team now stay on for a day’s testing at Jerez, before moving onto France for the fifth round of the MotoGP series.
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CRUTCHLOW TENTH ON GRID FOR SPANISH GP

04/23/2016

CRUTCHLOW TENTH ON GRID FOR SPANISH GP

Cal Crutchlow and the LCR Honda Team turned around their fortunes during qualifying to ensure the Briton will start Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix from the fourth row of the grid.

Having been forced to take part in the preliminary qualifying session, Crutchlow progressed from that 15-minute shootout easily with the fastest lap time. The Brit then went on to lower his best lap even further to set the tenth quickest time of the qualifying final, giving him a much better chance of a good result in the first European race of the year.

The team still have work to do overnight, with significant improvements still possible all round, but Cal is confident about putting in a solid performance to bring the team their first points of the season.
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BUSY DAY ONE AT JEREZ FOR CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA

04/22/2016

BUSY DAY ONE AT JEREZ FOR CRUTCHLOW AND LCR HONDA

At the end of the first day of free practice for the Spanish Grand Prix at the Jerez circuit today, Cal Crutchlow remained positive with the work he and the LCR Honda Team had done in trying to find a set-up to suit his riding style.

The British rider set the 13th fastest time of the day, but more importantly worked tirelessly with his crew on changing the bike’s settings and using a variety of tyre combinations to offer him a much better feeling with the factory spec Honda RC213V. Although he was unable to improve his time at the end of the afternoon practice, Cal was confident of getting amongst the top ten in tomorrow’s morning practice to ensure a place in the qualifying final, and from there a good grid position.
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LCR HONDA AND CRUTCHLOW READY TO RESET IN SPAIN

04/21/2016

LCR HONDA AND CRUTCHLOW READY TO RESET IN SPAIN

The start of the European leg of the MotoGP World Championship begins at the popular Jerez circuit in southern Spain this weekend, and the LCR Honda Team aim to make a new start to their 2016 campaign.
Cal Crutchlow showed his high potential riding the RC213V in Qatar, Argentina and Texas but he was not able to translate his fast and consistent pace into a congruous result. At the manic Andalusian track, which will expect well over 200,000 passionate fans through the gates over the weekend, the British rider is confident that calm can reign and his run of misfortune will finally come to an end. He has a good record at the venue, having taken fourth-place finishes on two occasions, including last year on the LCR Honda.
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