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MotoGP 2015 Championship standings after Mugello
Rossi clings onto the Championship lead by only 6points
VALENTINO Rossi has managed to keep hold of his Championship lead, but only just. Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo is now only 6-points behind the Italian after winning at Mugello.
Andrea Dovizioso has moved down to third with his team-mate Andrea Iannone only 2-points adrift.
After crashing out of Mugello and therefore scoring zero points, Marc Marquez is down in fifth with only 69-points. Brit Bradley Smith is only 12-points behind the reigning World Champion.
Cal Crutchlow sits in seventh after a DNF at Mugello 10-points behind fellow Brit Smith whilst Smith's team-mate Pol Espargaro is in 8th.
1.Valentino RossiYamaha1182.Jorge LorenzoYamaha 1123.Andrea DoviziosoDucati834.Andrea IannoneDucati815.Marc MarquezHonda696.Bradley SmithYamaha 577.Cal CrutchlowHonda478.Pol EspargaroYamaha 459.Maverick VinalesSuzuki3610.Danilo PetrucciDucati3211.Aleix EspargaroSuzuki3112.Yonny HernandezDucati2613.Dani PedrosaHonda2314.Scott ReddingHonda 1815.Hector BarberaDucati
1616.Loris BazYamaha Forward
323.Stefan BradlYamaha Forward
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