Marquez runs with victory in Aragon from valentino Rossi in world CHAMPIONSHIP mode
Marc Marquez has Sunday with a victory in the Grand Prix of Aragon done good business in the world cup-state of the MotoGP. In the Moto3 is the world title is already assigned to Brad Binder.
The Spaniard Marquez remained in the MotoGP race in his home country, his fellow countryman, Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi.
As a result, the world champion of 2013 and 2014 in the world cup mode now has a lead of 52 points on the number two Rossi (248 to 196). Lorenzo is third with 182 points. This year there are still four races to go.
Marquez was booked in Aragon, his fourth victory of the season. He stood in ten of the fourteen GP’s on the podium.
The 23-year-old Honda rider started from pole position, but in the third round, he knew a crash but just to avoid when he had the control over the front of his engine lost. Marquez remained standing, but fell away to fifth place.
The Spaniard stronger back to front and with just twelve laps to go he took the lead once and for all of Rossi. The Italian fought in the final stage, a fierce duel with team-mate Lorenzo, but “The Doctor” could have been second place, not hold.
The Binder may, after fourteen of the eighteen Grands Prix already world champion in the Moto3 call by a second place in the GP of Aragon.
The 21-year-old South African had only the Spaniard Jorge Navarro for themselves. The third place was for the Italian rider Enea Bastianini.
The Dutchman Bo Bendsneyder did not distinguish in Aragon. The 17-year-old Dutchman, team-mate of Binder in the KTM team of Ajo, drove to the fifteenth place and earned that ranking one world CHAMPIONSHIP point.
In the CHAMPIONSHIP mode Bendsneyder seventeenth with 53 points, almost two hundred less than a Binder.
In Moto2, the Brit Sam Lowes his second victory of the year. The Spaniard Alex Marquez, the younger brother of Marc Marquez, took the second place, his first podium ever in Moto2. The Italian Franco Morbidelli completed the podium.
The Frenchman Johann Zarco was only eighth, but kept just the lead in the world CHAMPIONSHIP mode. The difference with Alex Rins of Spain is one point.