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Honda satellite LCR team commits to MotoGP for five more years

The satellite LCR squad has announced it will remain in MotoGP through to 2026 having signed a new deal with Dorna Sports and the International Race Teams Association. Lucio Cecchinello's outfit was founded by the Italian in 1996 when he raced in the 125cc world championship, with the squad expanding into the 250cc class in 2002. LCR stepped up to MotoGP in 2006 as a Honda customer team, fielding rookie Casey Stoner that year as a one-bike effort. The squad would remain a one-rider entry until 2015, when it ran Cal Crutchlow and Jack Miller, before permanently becoming a two-bike team from 2018. LCR has won three premier class races courtesy of Crutchlow, who ended the team's wait for...
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