Category: MotoGP

Marquez reigns at Le Mans

The story just keeps going Reigning Champion Marc Marquez’s way as he nailed another solid win at the famous Le Mans Circuit, Round 5 of the MotoGP. It was his third straight victory and 64th of his career (38th in MotoGP). The MotoGP mark puts him equal to Casey Stoner’s premier class GP win tally.

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MotoGP Round 5 Le Mans: Zarco tops qualifying on home soil

  MotoGP Round 5 qualifiers at Le Mans saw Yamaha Tech 3 rider Johann Zarco top Reigning Champion Marc Marquez. Although the Yamaha Tech 3 rider’s pace secured pole, Marquez put up a stunning 1:31.293, which was 0.790 seconds faster than the previous circuit-best lap, set by Jorge Lorenzo in 2016.

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Aleix Espargaró stays with Aprilia MotoGP for two more years

  On the eve of the GP of France in Le Mans, Aprilia MotoGP have confirmed that Aleix Espargaró will remain with the team for the 2019 and 2020 seasons.

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Round 5 at Le Mans await MotoGP competitors

  Following the most recent test in Mugello, riders prepare for Round 5 of the MotoGP at the Le Mans track this weekend. Reigning Champion Marc Marquez is set to continue his fine form after two impressive rounds in the USA and Spain.

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Marquez rises to occasion at MotoGP Round 4 in Jerez

  An incident-packed MotoGP Round 4 at the Jerez Circuit saw Reigning Champion Marc Marquez emerge victorious, as his rivals dropped out of the fold. It was a second consecutive win for Marquez, making the winner and his team the undisputed leaders in the Rider and Constructor Classifications.

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Crutchlow claims pole from Pedrosa at Jerez

  Qualifiers for the MotoGP Round 4 at the Jerez track didn’t see any of the top riders qualify in the top three, except Dani Pedrosa who seemed to have recovered from his recent surgery. Pedrosa put in quite a performance at the newly resurfaced Circuito de Jerez Angel Nieto to take second behind fellow HRC rider Cal Crutchlow, who also set the track’s new pole record.

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MotoGP hits European leg starting with Jerez track

  The MotoGP Round 4 hits the European leg, beginning with the Jerez Circuit, this weekend. After three rounds, Reigning Champion Marc Marquez is still the man to beat following his remarkable feat at the COTA (Circuit of the Americas), Round 3. Though it was Marquez’s first win of the season, it tallied him with Mike Doohan and Casey Stoner for six consecutive wins at the COTA.

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MotoGP Round 3: Marquez unbeatable at COTA

  Although demoted to start from fourth on the grid, Reigning Champion Marc Marquez remains unbeaten at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA), Austin, TX. Marquez has amassed a total of six wins at the COTA, since 2013. Also, the Repsol Honda man captured his 12th consecutive victory on U.S. asphalt, an amazing statistic. Championship rivals Maverick Vinales finished second, Valentino Rossi, fourth, and Andrea Dovizioso, fifth.

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Marquez takes pole, but disqualified. Vinales starts from pole.

  Marc Marquez’s consistent streak continues at the qualifiers for the MotoGP Round 3, Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, TX. It was Marquez’s sixth pole out of 6 races held at the COTA. However, a penalty was placed on him and he’d start from position four on the grid.

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Riders tackle COTA for Round 3 MotoGP

  MotoGP prepares for Round 3 at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA), Austin, Texas, U.S.A. Following the second race of the season, which was held ten days ago in Argentina, the MotoGP teams and riders have now arrived in the United States for the third race of the season.

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