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MotoGP 2014: Championship Standings after Australian GP

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2014 MOTOGP RIDERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (16/18)
  POS RIDER MOTORCYCLE TEAM WINS PTS
CHAMPION 93  MARC MARQUEZ HONDA REPSOL HONDA TEAM 11 312
2 46  VALENTINO ROSSI YAMAHA MOVISTAR YAMAHA MOTOGP 2 255
3 99  JORGE LORENZO YAMAHA MOVISTAR YAMAHA MOTOGP 2 247
4 26  DANI PEDROSA HONDA REPSOL HONDA TEAM 1 230
5 4  ANDREA DOVIZIOSO DUCATI DUCATI TEAM 166
6 41  ALEIX ESPARGARO FORWARD YAMAHA NGM FORWARD RACING 117
7 44  POL ESPARGARO YAMAHA MONSTER YAMAHA TECH 3 116
8 38  BRADLEY SMITH YAMAHA MONSTER YAMAHA TECH 3 108
9 29  ANDREA IANNONE DUCATI PRAMAC RACING 102
10 6  STEFAN BRADL HONDA LCR HONDA MOTOGP 96
11 19  ALVARO BAUTISTA HONDA GO&FUN HONDA GRESINI 89
12 45  SCOTT REDDING HONDA GO&FUN HONDA GRESINI 69
13 35  CAL CRUTCHLOW DUCATI DUCATI TEAM 63
14 7  HIROSHI AOYAMA HONDA DRIVE M7 ASPAR 62
15 69  NICKY HAYDEN HONDA DRIVE M7 ASPAR 44
16 68  YONNY HERNANDEZ DUCATI ENERGY T.I. PRAMAC RACING 44
17 17  KAREL ABRAHAM HONDA CARDION AB MOTORACING 33
18 8  HECTOR BARBERA DUCATI AVINTIA RACING 14
19 15  ALEX DE ANGELIS FORWARD YAHAMA NGM FORWARD RACING 13
20 9  DANILO PETRUCCI ART IODARACING PROJECT 13
21 5  COLIN EDWARDS FORWARD YAHAMA NGM FORWARD RACING 11
22 51  MICHELE PIRRO DUCATI DUCATI TEAM 11
23 23  BROC PARKES PBM PAUL BIRD MOTORSPORT 7
24 63  MIKE DI MEGLIO AVINTIA AVINTIA RACING 6
25 70  MICHAEL LAVERTY PBM PAUL BIRD MOTORSPORT 5
26 21  KATSUYUKI NAKASUGA YAMAHA YAMALUBE RACING TEAM WITH YSP 4
27 2  LEON CAMIER HONDA DRIVE M7 ASPAR 1

 

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