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GP Week : Issue 202
MOTOGP >>> nEWs Marc the unbeatable When Marc Marquez went from pole to 10th in the first few corners of the French MotoGP it was beginning to look like his winning streak would end at four races. Silly us. Of course Marquez came through the field. Of course he picked his way past riders, a Honda here and a Yamaha there, with precision. And of course he closed down the gap to leader Valentino Rossi, pressured him into a mistake and took the lead. We just didn’t expect him to do all those things in the first half of the race. Such is the level at which Marquez in riding this season. In France, the first race of the season at which he looked like he had full recovered from the broken leg he suffered pre -season, he was in a class of his own. Rossi won his classification – the one for mortals – ahead of Alvaro Bautista, who looked a different man to the one who threw his Honda down the road in the first three races of the season. Pol Espargaro was a brilliant fourth, reminding everyone that he won the Moto2 title last year. Dani Pedrose was fifth, which would have been notable in the circumstances except he was ahead of Jorge Lorenzo. The two Spaniards were, respectively, 4.0s and 5.6s behind their teammates after 26 laps. Nicky Hayden was out on the first lap after an attack by Andrea Iannone on the first lap. With a world-class development-stage asset, WTR are on the path to become a major mineral sands producer in Madagascar. CLICK HERE for more information on this ASX-listed company This issue of GPWEEK comes to you with the support of 16 GPWEEK.com // 16 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: