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Marc Marquez took an incredible victory at Twin Ring Motegi today, becoming the 2018 MotoGP World Champion with three races to go, in front of Honda President and CEO Mr Takahiro Hachigo, who joined him on the podium. After starting from the sixth spot on the grid, Marc was immediately… read more.
– Marc Marquez has won all his MotoGP titles riding Honda motorcycles equalling Mick Doohan as the two riders with the most premier class titles with the Japanese manufacturer (5). – Marquez has joined Mick Doohan, Valentino Rossi and Giacomo Agostini as one of only four riders to have taken… read more.
Marc Marquez scored a brilliant victory at Twin Ring Motegi today, earning his eighth win of the season, the seventh World Title of his career and his fifth MotoGP World Championship in six years. The 25-year-old Spaniard is the youngest rider in the history of the sport to win seven World… read more.
Marc Marquez qualified on a very close second row for tomorrow’s Japanese Grand Prix, which will be his first opportunity to clinch the 2018 MotoGP Title. On a sunny Saturday at Twin Ring Motegi, Marc was fourth in this morning’s FP3 session and first in FP4 before setting the sixth-fastest… read more.
The Japanese Grand Prix got underway today at Twin Ring Motegi in mixed weather conditions, with a dry morning session followed by a wet and damp afternoon stint. Marc Marquez led FP1 at length before dropping to fourth in the final minutes. Fourth-fastest was also Marc’s overall result for the… read more.
Marc Marquez arrives in Motegi following his powerful win in Thailand, which extended his Championship lead to 77 points over nearest rival Andrea Dovizioso and 99 over Valentino Rossi. With a maximum of 100 points available across the season’s remaining four races, Marc could mathematically clinch the 2018 MotoGP World… read more.
It was another master-class race for Championship leader Marc Marquez, who took the first MotoGP win ever in Thailand in front of a cheering, enthusiast crowd of more than 100.000 spectators. Marc’s seventh victory of the season is also the 68th of his career, putting him equal with Jorge Lorenzo… read more.