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With a glorious victory at the Thai Grand Prix, Marc Marquez claims his sixth MotoGP World Championship title, the eighth of his 12-year World Championship career. In one of his most consistent seasons to date, Marquez sealed the 2019 MotoGP World Championship with 325 points and four races still remaining.… read more.
The Repsol Honda Team kept their cool after a wet and wild start to Saturday in Thailand, Marquez securing a front row start despite a crash and Lorenzo is ready to fight forward. After delays of over an hour due to a heavy morning downpour, action eventually got underway in… read more.
An unfazed Marc Marquez recovered from his biggest crash of the year to challenge for the top spot while teammate Jorge Lorenzo made constant improvements around Buriram. Dark clouds in the morning had many expecting rain at the Buriram Circuit, but fortunately none came. Riders were still tasked with beating… read more.
The second running of the Thai Grand Prix presents Marc Marquez with his first chance to wrap up the 2019 MotoGP World Championship as an incredible campaign enters its closing stages. 2018 saw Buriram debut on the MotoGP World Championship calendar. The first running of the race produced a thrilling… read more.
Marc Marquez completed a perfect home weekend with a faultless 23-lap race where the World Championship leader delivered on his early weekend domination. Unfortunately teammate Jorge Lorenzo was left wanting more after a difficult race. With a perfect start, Marc Marquez shot forward and immediately began to open an advantage… read more.
Marc Marquez continued to show he’s the man to beat in Aragon with a dominating display in Qualifying. Jorge Lorenzo plans his comeback from 19th. Overnight rain and brief shower in the morning made for a tricky morning session with no rider able to improve their times. Jorge Lorenzo was… read more.
Over a second clear of his rivals, Marc Marquez was almost untouchable at home in Aragon as Jorge Lorenzo looks for improved feeling. Marc Marquez began the Aragon GP weekend by blitzing the field; spending much of Free Practice 1 two seconds clear of his closest rivals. A late lap… read more.