Marc Marquez won in thriller race


Marc Marquez came to fourth place victory this season, after a very big fight at Assen, the second was Álex Rins, the third Maverick Viñales, the fourth Andrea Dovizioso, and the fifth Valentino Rossi.

The race was remarkably well balanced during almost all 26 rounds, while the current champion only four laps before the end decidedly.

The race started well with Jorge Lorenzo who came from the tenth spot to the forehead. He immediately induced Marc Marquez and took the first position he held nearly half of the race. Lorenzo was challenged by Marquez and Valentino Rossi and Andrea Dovizioso, and at one point Rosi had a frontal contact with the last part of Lorenzos bike.


During the race, Álex Rins was at the top, while Maverick Viñales later succeeded in joining the leaders. In the later moments of the race, Valentino Rossi began to lag behind, while at the top he continued the hell of a fight. Lorenzo fell halfway from the first position and started to lag behind.

At the top were then Andrea Dovizioso and Marc Marquez, and Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi were to be beaten by Marquez and Viñales. They had contact after which both of them left the track and left the first two places Rossi and Dovizioso.

In the next round, Dovizioso and Rossi were defeated in the lead, to return to the lead in the 22nd round, in which he remained at the end of the race. The fight for second place finally got Rins, who made his best MotoGP result. The last place on the podium came to Viñales.

On three rounds to the end, when it was clear that Spaniard would be the first, Valentine Rossi tried to overcome Dovizioso and escape to another place. Drew closed the first curve after the start of the finish line and forced Rossi to leave the track. After that, the doctor could not go back to the top and finish fifth, though he had another attack before the end.

Lorenzo eventually scored seven, with Zarco and Álvaro Bautista, while Andrea Iannone was among the top ten. The points were still won by Jack Miller, Pol Espargaró, his brother Aleix, Scott Redding and Dani Pedrosa.

Marc Marquez holds 140 points in the general manager, Valentino Rossi with 99, and third Viñales with 93. The next race is scheduled for 15 July in Germany.

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