Crutchlow from Castrol LCR Honda was first in MotoGP Argentina Grand Prix
Great British racer Cal Crutchlow, the player of LCR Honda Castrol won the Argentina Grand Prix of MotoGP World Championship’s 2nd race. In MotoGp, the most important organization of motorsport races, second race of the season was organized as 24 rounds on 4,8 km track, which is the same name as Rio Hondo in Argentina Termas. Crutchlow, the player of LCR Honda Castrol team, who started the race from 10. place won his third MotoGP victory with his 40.36.342 degree.
Johann Zarco, who finished the race after 0,2 second from Cructhlow was second and Alex Rins, who was behind the lider with 2,5 second was third in the race. Andrea Dovizioso from Duacti team, who was in the sixth place left championship to Crutchlow. Marc Marquez from Repsol Honda who attended the race with Valentina Rossi from Movistar Yamaha was punished, because of touching his opponent, although there are 4 rounds left to the end of the match. Last champion Marquez finished the race in 18th place by adding 30 second to his time.
The third race of this season will be in USA Grand Prix in April, 22.
- Cal Crutchlow (Great Britain): 38 point
- Andrea Dovizioso (İtaly): 35 point
- Johann Zarco (France): 28 point
- Maverick Vinales (Spain): 21 point
- Marc Marquez (Spain): 20 point
British racer Cal Crutchlow is a well-paid racer and $2,6 million is his net worth. When he was 11, he started his career. First he played football, but because of his injuring he became motorcycle racer. In 1999, Cal Crutchlow won The Uk Junior Challenge. He was second in the Yamaha R6 Cup in 2003. He got the British Supersport Championship in 2006. A year later,Cal Crutchlow participated in British Superbike Championship with the Rizla Suzuki. Consequently,he had two wins in the season and he achieved to be 3rd in this championship.