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Today Marc Marquez scored a hard-fought second place at a sunny Red Bull Ring, sharing the podium with race-winner Jorge Lorenzo and third-place rider Andrea Dovizioso. Marc ultimately missed the win by only 0.130”, and definitely not for lack of trying. After taking the lead on the second lap, he… read more.
First in this morning’s damp FP3 session, first in this afternoon’s dry FP4 session, Marc Marquez concluded an extremely positive Saturday at the Red Bull Ring by taking his 49th MotoGP pole, the 77th of his career. It was not an easy affair for Marc. He had to fight tooth… read more.
A sunny morning and a rainy afternoon on the opening day of the Austrian Grand Prix meant that only the FP1 session was available for the riders to fight for a provisional top-10 position. Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa set the fourth- and sixth-fastest times, respectively, having both found a… read more.
With no rest after the Czech Grand Prix and the one-day post-race test that allowed Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa to carry out positive work on their RC213V, the Repsol Honda Team moved on to Austria for Sunday’s Grand Prix von Österreich. Before heading to the Red Bull Ring, Marquez… read more.
Fresh from an important podium finish, Championship leader Marc Marquez and teammate Dani Pedrosa were back on track in Brno for a one-day test, held in sunny and fair weather conditions that were cooler than yesterday’s race, with air and ground temperatures of 25° and 34° C, respectively. The Repsol… read more.
At the Czech GP, Marc Marquez celebrated from the third step of the podium the special milestone of 100 MotoGP races, showing once again the reasons behind the impressive numbers of his still relatively short Premier Class career. His 71st MotoGP podium out of 100 starts (71%) was the best… read more.
On another hot and sunny day at Brno, with asphalt temperatures reaching 50° C at the time of the qualifying session, Marc Marquez secured a very important front-row start, setting the third-fastest time of the day, just 0.272” down on pole-setter Andrea Dovizioso and 0.05” off Valentino Rossi in second.… read more.