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Never one to take the easy route, Marc Marquez today scored the first MotoGP pole ever at the Buriram Circuit, at the same time becoming the first rider to earn pole position from Q1! His umpteenth historic result is also his 50th pole in the Premier class, the 78th in… read more.
It was a positive beginning to the inaugural Grand Prix of Thailand for the Repsol Honda team when points-leader Marc Marquez finished fourth overall, a mere 0.098” off the top, on a sunny and hot day one at the Buriram International Circuit. In both FP1 and FP2, Marc completed several… read more.
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In five days the world will know the first ever MotoGP winner of the Grand Prix of Thailand, a country where the World Championship is hugely popular and the race, to be hosted at the Buriram International Circuit, is eagerly awaited. Looking back at the three-day test hosted last 16-18… read more.
On a sunny and hot Sunday at Aragon Marc Marquez took a gamble and won, choosing a soft rear tyre over a more familiar hard spec, in the end winning a fantastic three-way battle with title contender Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone and extended his Championship lead to 72 points… read more.
The front-row riders for tomorrow’s Aragon Grand Prix were within just 0.079 seconds of each other, with Marc Marquez among them in third place. Further demonstrating how tight things were in today’s qualifying session, Dani Pedrosa completed the second row, just 0.343 seconds off poleman Jorge Lorenzo. Marc was actually… read more.
It was a positive start to the Aragon Grand Prix for the Repsol Honda Team, with Championship leader Marc Marquez topping Friday’s standings and teammate Dani Pedrosa managing to considerably improve from 18th in FP1 to seventh overall. Fellow Honda rider Cal Crutchlow was fourth while rookie Franco Morbidelli finished… read more.