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MotoGP 2013: Championship Standings After French GP

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2013 FIM MotoGP World Championship
Riders’ Championship Standings After Round 4: France
Pos Rider Constructor Team Wins Pts
1  Dani Pedrosa Honda Repsol Honda Team 2 83
2  Marc Marquez Honda Repsol Honda Team 1 77
3  Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing 1 66
4  Cal Crutchlow Yamaha Monster Yamaha Tech 3 55
5  Valentino Rossi Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing 47
6  Andrea Dovizioso Ducati Ducati Team 39
7  Alvaro Bautista Honda GO&FUN Honda Gresini 38
8  Nicky Hayden Ducati Ducati Team 35
9  Aleix Espargaro ART Power Electronics Aspar 20
10  Andrea Iannone Ducati Energy T.I. Pramac Racing 18
11  Stefan Bradl Honda LCR Honda MotoGP 17
12  Bradley Smith Yamaha Monster Yamaha Tech 3 17
13  Michele Pirro Ducati Ignite Pramac Racing 13
14  Ben Spies Ducati Ignite Pramac Racing 9
15  Hector Barbera FTR Avintia Blusens 7
16  Randy de Puniet ART Power Electronics Aspar 6
17  Danilo Petrucci Ioda Suter Came IodaRacing Project 4
18  Michael Laverty PBM Paul Bird Motorsport 3
19  Yonny Hernandez ART Paul Bird Motorsport 3
20  Hiroshi Aoyama FTR Avintia Blusens 1
21  Colin Edwards FTR Kawasaki NGM Mobile Forward Racing 1
22  Karel Abraham ART Cardion AB Motoracing 1
Next Round: Gran Premio d’Italia – June 2nd

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