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Does anyone have anything for Marc Marquez? The Rookie of all rookies scored his 4th consecutive win in Brno beating teammate Dani Pedrosa and Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo. He’s the first rookie in MotoGP history to claim five wins in his rookie season.

Rumors of rain circled Brno but the race remained dry with Lorenzo leading much of the action until the waning laps when Marquez put the final pass on the reigning world champion with four laps to go. The series heads to Silverstone for the British Grand Prix this weekend.

Pos  Rider             Team/Bike               Time/Gap
 1.  Marc Marquez      Honda                 42m50.729s
 2.  Dani Pedrosa      Honda                    +0.313s
 3.  Jorge Lorenzo     Yamaha                   +2.277s
 4.  Valentino Rossi   Yamaha                  +10.101s
 5.  Alvaro Bautista   Gresini Honda           +10.178s
 6.  Stefan Bradl      LCR Honda               +19.807s
 7.  Andrea Dovizioso  Ducati                  +35.015s
 8.  Nicky Hayden      Ducati                  +35.354s
 9.  Andrea Iannone    Pramac Ducati           +51.149s
10.  Aleix Espargaro   Aspar Aprilia           +56.392s
11.  Colin Edwards     Forward FTR-Kawasaki    +57.420s
12.  Michele Pirro     Pramac Ducati         +1m05.430s
13.  Danilo Petrucci   Ioda-Suter-BMW        +1m12.364s
14.  Hiroshi Aoyama    Avintia FTR-Kawasaki  +1m13.500s
15.  Randy de Puniet   Aspar Aprilia         +1m14.128s
16.  Yonny Hernandez   PBM Aprilia           +1m14.991s
17.  Cal Crutchlow     Tech 3 Yamaha         +1m20.640s
18.  Michael Laverty   PBM-Aprilia           +1m34.462s
19.  Karel Abraham     Cardion Aprilia       +1m49.713s
20.  Bryan Staring     Gresini FTR-Honda     +1m50.024s
21.  Martin Bauer      Remus Aprilia             +1 lap
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  • Julian

    I went to watch him race at Laguna Seca. I won’t be surprised if he goes on to win the championship, he is that good. Just watch him, he seems relaxed, enjoying the racing, very intelligent on the track – he obviously puts in a huge amount of effort studying the other riders and the tracks. He also comes across as very professional and likeable. Definitely a contender.

    • He is truly something special isn’t he? Giving my boy Jorge a run for his money! :)