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Crutchlow and Dovizioso star in dramatic Valencia race

Monday, 12, November 2012

The 2012 MotoGP World Championship concluded in dramatic fashion for the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team yesterday afternoon after Cal Crutchlow fell out of second position and Andrea Dovizioso secured a hard fought top six in an incident-packed Valencia race.

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Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Information:

The Tech3 outfit have been the leading Yamaha satellite team for the last few years in MotoGP, first entering the premier class in 2001 after their success in 250s with Olivier Jacque. Led by IRTA President Hervé Poncharal, the French team scored a brilliant podium last year with Edwards at Silverstone, but the American ends his long association with the factory to be replaced by Italy’s Andrea Dovizoso – who finished third overall in 2011. He joins Briton Cal Crutchlow in his second season in the squad with the aim as ever to finish as the top independent team and sneak the odd podium in amongst the factory boys when the opportunity arises.

Team Management

  • Hervé PoncharalTeam Manager

Andrea Dovizioso Crew

  • Guy CoulonCrew Chief
  • Andrew GriffithData Engineer
  • Laurent DucloyerMechanic
  • Jerôme PoncharalMechanic
  • Josian RustiqueMechanic

Cal Crutchlow Crew

  • Daniele RomagnoliCrew Chief
  • Nicolas GoyonData Engineer
  • Sébastien LetortMechanic
  • Steve BlackburnMechanic
  • Julien LajeunieMechanic
  • Bike Info
  • Bike Yamaha YZR M1
  • Engine 1000cc, liquid cooled, inline 4 cilinder
  • Power Over 240hp
  • Top Speed N/A
  • Chassis Aluminium twin tube delta box
  • Dry weight 157kg
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  • Suspension
  • Front Öhlins upside down front forks
  • Rear Öhlins rear shock
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  • Brakes
  • Front Two 320mm carbon discs (Brembo)
  • Rear Single stainless steel disc (Brembo)
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