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Cal Crutchlow book third MotoGP victory, Xavier Simeon to finish 21st

The Briton Cal Crutchlow (Honda) has Sunday the Grand prix of Argentina, the second round of the world championship MotoGP, his list of achievements. In the third GP victory of his career remained Crutchlow after a tumultuous race, the Frenchman Johann Zarco (Yamaha) and Spaniard Alex Rins (Suzuki).

Our fellow countryman, Xavier Simeon (Ducati) finished at the circuit of Termas de Rio Hondo as 21st on the 24 participants.

The Spanish world champion Marc Marquez (Honda) finished fifth, but got a time penalty of 30 seconds because he is the Italian Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) four laps from the end to knock down reed. Thus fell the pride still outside the points. Marquez wanted to after the race to apologize to the sixfold world champion, but the 39-year-old Rossi had no ears to.

The 33-year-old Crutchlow takes in the world cup mode with 38 points in the lead from Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati), that the openingsmanche in Qatar won. The Italian finished sixth in Argentina and is with 35 points on place two. Zarco (35 pts) was third for Maverick Minales (Yamaha) and world champion Marquez.

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