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GP Week : Issue 204
MOTOGP – RACE SEVEN – WITH A SERVE OF HEART-ATTACK The seventh round of the 2014 MotoGP World Championship at Circuit de Catalunya is a race that will be talked about for a long, long time. Not for the result; Marc Marquez won, as he has done since the start of the season. But the way that the result was delivered, in a frantic final few laps that left many, including the riders, gasping for breath, scrambling for words to describe the race. Valentino Rossi led early, the latest chapter in what is turning into an Indian summer. Marquez came from behind, and Dani Pedrosa came with him. The two Repsol Honda men even touched on the final lap, which forced Pedrosa wide and allowed Rossi through into second. Fittingly, everyone was smiling after the race. “I tried my best in the last couple of laps but immediately [Marquez] started changing his lines – taking much tighter lines,” said Pedrosa. “so I found myself with less space and a couple of times nearly touched him. “On the last lap I really, really tried but then I touched him so lost second place. “But I’m very happy with the battle and with second place and how the day has been today. “I have no regrets.” MOTOGP >>> nEWs 18 GPWEEK.com // 18 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: