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GP Week : Issue 205
MOTOGP >>> nEWs moto3 – rACe tHe 'quArter' mArquez The mathematics are quite simple; Marc Marquez rides a Honda with four cylinders. His brother Alex has a Honda with a quarter than number, one. Marc’s Honda is 1000cc. Alex’s is 250cc. Marc has an eight-race winning streak. Alex’s is one-quarter of that, two races. Numerologists would have loved Assen. Alex Marquez took his second straight win, and third of his career, after a mid-race excursion into the Turn 1 run-off area allowed teammate Alex Rins to close and briefly lead the race. But Marquez stayed calm and regathered his speed, as Rins had to turn his attention to the revitalised Miguel Oliveira. The Portuguese rider started 13th on his Mahindra, but picked his way through to take his first podium of the season. Alexis Masbou was four th ahead of Niccolo Antonelli, who had the distinction of being the highest placed KTM rider. It was not a day to remember for the title combatants. jack Miller fell on the second lap, while Romano Fenati recovered from an excursion of his own, on lap 1, only to have another spill after hitting the rear wheel of Karel Hanika. The star of Barcelona, enea Bastianini, also had his race go south on the opening lap, falling after being hit by efren Vazquez. 21 GPWEEK.com // 21 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: