Motorcycle races have always been one of the most competitive contests. Accordingly, MotoGP World Championship took place in Argentina.
Cal Crutchlow, who is the driver of LCR Honda Castrol from Britain, won the second half of Arjantine Grand Prix of the MotoGP World Championship. The second part of the most important motor race organisation MotoGP was carried out in the city of Termas de Rio Honda on the 4,8 km track with 24 laps.
Crutchlow had been late to start because of rain. Consequently, Crutchlow started the race by 10th. However, Crutchlow accomplished to overcome with getting the 3th MotoGP win with a score as 40.32.342. Johan Zarco of Monster Yamaha Tech 3 ranked third by coming to the finish line 0,2 seconds before Crutchlow.
Suzuki Ecstar from Alex Rinks followed Cruthlow with a time gap as 2.5 seconds. Ducati was expected to be in the top 5 list. Unluckily, Ducati ranked 6th and couldn’t prevent Crutchlow to be the number one. Moreover, Marc Marquez of Repsol Honda was penalized to for being in contact with Valentino Rossi of Movistar Yamaha when there was only four laps left to the end. Losingly, the last champion Marquez could rank as 18th with the help of extra 30 seconds.
So, MotoGP World Championship occured in Argentina with little differences in time. Cruthchlow proved his skill of motorcycling throughout the race; even though, he started the race too late in comparison with the others. The race was one of the most competitive one that we have seen in the year of 2018.