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12 Laguna Seca United States 2012 MotoGP
18 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
18 Silverstone Great Britain 2012 MotoGP
26 Laguna Seca United States 2011 MotoGP
26 Le Mans France 2011 MotoGP
16 Indianapolis 2010 MotoGP
11 Assen Netherlands 2010 MotoGP
32 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
5 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2009 MotoGP
14 Jerez Spain 2009 MotoGP
1 Valencia 2008 MotoGP
24 Misano Circuit San Marino 2007 MotoGP
25 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
17 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2006 MotoGP
13 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
2 Brno Czech Republic 2006 MotoGP
11 Laguna Seca United States 2006 MotoGP
28 Mugello Italy 2006 MotoGP
7 Valencia 2005 MotoGP
43 Phillip Island Australia 2005 MotoGP
16 Le Mans France 2004 MotoGP
16 Jerez Spain 2004 MotoGP
31 Brno Czech Republic 2003 MotoGP
65 Jerez Spain 2003 MotoGP
 

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With the M1's and both its riders doing so well this year almost everyone out there wanted a repeat of the epic MotoGP 2009 battle between Rossi and Lorenzo. And very interestingly with 10 laps to go, it seemed like a proper "history might repeat itself" moment. But the sheer precision riding of...

Published on June 20 2015, 18:27
Source: www.iamabiker.com
 

Q2 Results Pos. Rider Team Bike KM/H Time Diff. 1 Cal CRUTCHLOW LCR Honda CASTROL Honda 291.3 1'37.653 – 2 Dani PEDROSA Repsol Honda Team Honda 287.8 1'37.912 0.259 3 Johann ZARCO Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 286.2 1'37.956 0.303 4 Jorge LORENZO Ducati Team Ducati 287.7 1'37.969 0.316 5 Marc... 

A furious Cal Crutchlow retired from Sunday's Grand Prix of Spain after just four laps due to a problem with the front brake system on his factory Ducati. Teammate Andrea Dovizioso finished fifth, 27 seconds behind race-winner Marc Marquez. Crutchlow missed the third round of the MotoGP World... 

Cal Crutchlow has not taken the customary route into MotoGP. Not for him racing 125s in the Spanish Championship, before the inevitable climb up through the Grand Prix support classes to MotoGP. Instead, he took a very sideways path, through BSB, World Supersport and World Superbike, before... 

Cal Crutchlow has added an extra year onto his contract with HRC to race in the LCR Honda team for the 2020 season. This means the Englishman will be remaining at the LCR Honda team for the next two years, bringing him into line with almost the whole of the rest of the MotoGP grid. At the end of... 

Honda Racing Corporation announced that Cal Crutchlow has signed a contract extension that will see him remain an HRC rider until the end of 2020. Crutchlow has been riding a Honda RC213V since 2015 in the LCR Honda MotoGP Team, taking three victories in the premier class so far, the latest at... 

Cal Crutchlow has not taken the customary route into MotoGP. No racing 125′s in the Spanish Championship, before the inevitable climb up through the Grand Prix support classes to MotoGP. Instead, he took a very sideways path, through BSB, World Supersport, and World Superbike, before... 

Scout's Corner: Breaking Down Cal Crutchlow The following scouting profile has been excerpted from Scout's Guide to MotoGP 2016. Each profile is based on exhaustive interviews with a panel of MotoGP insiders, including highly-decorated racers, team managers, and journalists. Birthdate: 10/29/85...