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The Valencia GP will be the five-time World Champion’s last race in the MotoGP World Championship as the 32-year old announced his retirement ahead of his 297th Grand Prix start. After 18 years of racing at the highest level, Jorge Lorenzo has today announced his retirement from racing ahead of… read more.
The Repsol Honda Team have just one goal left to achieve in an incredible 2019 season: taking the Team Championships and completing the Triple Crown. Leaving behind the high heat and humidity of Malaysia, the Repsol Honda Team arrive at the tight Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia with the ambition… read more.
Comeback-king Marc Marquez continued to break records in Sepang, his 395 points after finishing second becomes the highest points scored in a single MotoGP season. Jorge Lorenzo, the previous holder of the record, returned to the points with 14th. After the unfortunate loss of Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup rider Afridza Munandar on… read more.
Having built his pace steadily over the weekend, Marc Marquez posted a 1’59.066 in Free Practice 3 to secure himself a spot in Q2 as lap times continued to tumble. From the pace shown earlier, it was clear that Qualifying would be a hotly contested affair. Initially setting a 1’59.178,… read more.
Scorching hot conditions in Sepang were no issue for Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo as they took sixth and 17th respectively as the weekend’s action began. A productive first day at the Sepang International Circuit allowed the Repsol Honda Team to collectively complete 60 laps between Marc Marquez and Jorge… read more.
The flyaways draw to a close and the end of the season is fast approaching, but the Triple Crown is still wide open. First hosting a Grand Prix in 1999, the Sepang International Circuit has been a constant fixture on the MotoGP World Championship calendar for both racing and testing.… read more.