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|05-17-2015, 11:30 AM||#1|
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MotoGP 2015 Championship standings after Le Mans
The Doctor remains at the top of the Championship standings
IT MAY have been Movistar Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo who won at Le Mans, but its his team-mate Valentino Rossi who still remains at the top of the Championship standings by 15-points.
Andrea Dovizioso has moved down one to third in the standings despite finishing third in France whilst Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez sits in fourth after finishing fourth.
Cal Crutchlow remains in 7th after crashing out with fellow Brit's Bradley Smith and Scott Redding in 7th and 13th respectively.
Brother Pol and Aleix Espargaro have 4-points between them as they are now 8th and 9th respectively.
The next MotoGP round takes place in Mugello, Italy at the end of this month.
1.Valentino RossiYamaha1022.Jorge LorenzoYamaha873.Andrea DoviziosoDucati834.Marc MarquezHonda695.Andrea IannoneDucati616.Cal CrutchlowHonda477.Bradley SmithYamaha468.Pol EspargaroYamaha 359.Aleix EspargaroSuzuki3110.Maverick ViñalesSuzuki2711.Danilo PetrucciDucati2512.Yonny HernandezDucati2013.Scott Redding Honda1314.Hector BarberaDucati1315.Dani PedrosaHonda
817.Loris BazYamaha Forward
321.Eugene Laverty Honda
222.Stefan BradlYamaha Forward
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