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MotoGP 2015 Championship standings after Argentina
Marquez is now 30points adrift of Championship leader Rossi
VALENTINO Rossi remains at the top of the Championship standings with a 6-point lead ahead of Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso.
Marc Marquez is currently fifth in the standings after scoring zero points in Argentina due to crashing out just before the final lap and is now 30-points behind Rossi.
After finishing third, Brit Cal Crutchlow is in sixth and only two-points behind reigning World Champions Marquez, Bradley Smith 8-points behind.
Monster Yamaha Tech 3's Bradley Smith and Pol Espargaro are seventh and ninth respectively and Ecstar Suzuki riders Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Vinales are eighth and tenth.
1.Valentino RossiYamaha662.Andrea DoviziosoDucati603.Andrea IannoneDucati404.Jorge LorenzoYamaha375.Marc Marquez Honda366.Cal CrutchlowHonda347.Bradley SmithYamaha288.Aleix EspargaroSuzuki229.Pol EspargaroYamaha1510.Maverick ViñalesSuzuki1511.Danilo PetrucciDucati1512.Dani PedrosaHonda 1013.Scott ReddingHonda1014.Hector BarberaDucati 815.Yonny HernandezDucati
220.Stefan BradlYamaha Forward
121.Alvaro BautistaYamaha Forward
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