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MotoGP 2015 - Texas

April 13, 2015 Share itShare on Facebook

AUSTIN - Just as he did in the season’s opening race in Qatar, CWM LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow finished seventh at the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas on Sunday. The Briton was hampered by a first-lap collision which cost him valuable seconds at the start of the race and was not able to recover to challenge the leaders having departed from fifth on the grid.
Crutchlow eventually finished just under 17 seconds behind race winner Marc Marquez, but acknowledged he was frustrated with his final position having performed so well over the course of the weekend.

The Australian Jack Miller secured his first-ever points in the MotoGP class as he finished 14th in the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas. During the GP he was involved in a collision that would ultimately cost him a couple of places in the final standings. Miller – who came home under a quarter of a second behind former MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden – declared himself pleased with the result and insisted he had gathered crucial experience for the season ahead.

The team and the riders are already traveling to Buenos Aires for the GP of Argentina scheduled for next weekend.