Tag: Marc Marquez
Five-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez is targeting a fourth win this season.
Marquez extends his lead atop of the riders standing to 95 points with victory at the French GP.
Marquez says the conditions made it 'not funny' to be a rider.
Marquez regains the lead on the world championship standings after a dramatic fall last time out in the United States.
Marquez has won at Austin from pole position every year since the race arrived on the MotoGP calendar in 2013.
The Spaniard turns up for Sunday's race after a crushing 10-second success over arch-rival Valentino Rossi in Argentina.
The five-time world champion could afford to ease off in the last five laps.
The Italian came to grief on his Yamaha at the hands of his long-standing Honda rival in 2018 in a move which resulted in a 30-second penalty for the Spaniard.
The two riders swapped positions on the final lap but it was the Italian, having led for much of the race on his Ducati, who secured victory by just 0.023 of a second over his Honda rival.
Marc Marquez, Jorge Lorenzo and Alex Rins are among those calling on a safety panel to push for a night race to avoid Qatar's intense hot weather.
Marquez underwent an operation on his left shoulder before the new year after dislocating it several times last season.
He will begin training once rehabilitation had been completed, with the first pre-season test scheduled for Malaysia in February.
A crash for seven-times champion Valentino Rossi with five laps to go handed Pol Espargaro and KTM their first podium in the premier class.
After receiving help pushing the joint back into place, the Spaniard returned to the track to seal a spot on the second row.
Marquez was hit with a hefty six-place grid penalty, meaning he will start in seventh.
He is currently in second position in the standings.
The Spaniard swept to his fifth successive pole in Australia with a lap of one minute.
The Spaniard has now won five championships in motorcycling's premier class, putting him level with Australian legend Mick Doohan.
Honda's Marc Márquez might clinch the MotoGP title at the Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix.
Marc Márquez beat Andrea Dovizioso to win the Thailand motorcycle Grand Prix.
MotoGP championship leader Marc Márquez earned his 50th career pole position at the inaugural Thailand motorcycle Grand Prix.
By winning the Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix, Marc Márquez extended his MotoGP championship lead over Andrea Dovizioso to 72 points.
Andrea Dovizioso beat Marc Márquez to win the San Marino Grand Prix.
Lorenzo jumped to third overall, one point ahead of Andrea Dovizioso who finished third on the other Ducati.
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