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2018 Catalan Grand Prix

2018 Catalan Grand Prix

Virtually lost amidst the frenzied game of musical chairs being played in MotoGP is the fact that, pursuant to his careless crash in Italy ten days ago, Marc Marquez has returned to Earth. Though the title still appears to be his to lose, his margin of error has been trimmed. Another off in the...

Published on June 13 2018, 20:25
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

The 2018 edition of the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas will not be remembered as one of the best tilts of all time. Truthfully, it might not make the Top 100. But for defending world champion Marc Marquez, today's walk in the park restored some order in the championship and washed away the... 

Nature abhors a vacuum. On a day when Marc Marquez uncharacteristically slid out of the mix, Jorge Lorenzo, Andrea Dovizioso and Valentino Rossi stepped up to fill it. With an Italian icon and two Ducatis on the podium, it was another great day to be Italian. (Even if they don't exactly have a... 

By any measure, today's Austrian Grand Prix was an eventful race. The starting grid featured an all-Italian front row for the first time since Motegi in 2006. Andrea Iannone, late of the factory Ducati team, won his career first premier class race, several whiskers in front of teammate Andrea... 

With all twelve factory riders on two-year contracts, there wasn't supposed to be a MotoGP Silly Season in 2017, or at least, not much of one. That impression was further reinforced when the Monster Tech 3 Yamaha squad quickly tied up both Johann Zarco and Jonas Folger for an extra year, until... 

Pos. Rider Team Bike KM/H Diff. 1 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati Team Ducati 156.2 44'41.518 2 Marc MARQUEZ Repsol Honda Team Honda 156.0 +3.544 3 Dani PEDROSA Repsol Honda Team Honda 155.8 +6.774 4 Jorge LORENZO Ducati Team Ducati 155.6 +9.608 5 Johann ZARCO Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 155.4 +13.838... 

GP of España – Qualifying classification: 1. Dani PEDROSA, Repsol Honda Team – 1'38.249 2. Marc MARQUEZ, Repsol Honda Team – 1'38.298/+0.049 3. Cal CRUTCHLOW, LCR Honda – 1'38.453/+0.204 4. Maverick VIÑALES, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP – 1'38.677/+0.428 5. Andrea IANNONE, Team SUZUKI ECSTAR –... 

Today at the 30th running of the French Grand Prix at Le Mans, youth triumphed over experience. Yamaha Top Gun Maverick Viñales withstood a classic last lap challenge brought by teammate and legend Valentino Rossi to capture Yamaha's 500th grand prix win. The youngster ended his day on the top...