Double World Champion secures solid victory as Rossi seals second ahead of Pedrosa
Marc Marquez streaked away to win the race by 3.516 seconds from Valentino Rossi.
Jorge Lorenzo had an unlucky end to the 2014 season.
The Ducati Team finish third in the teams’ classification.
A bitter end of season for Yonny Hernandez, who was forced to retire in the Grand Prix of Valencia.
Seven times MotoGP champion takes maximum points ahead of Lorenzo and Smith
Repsol Honda rider seals 12th win of the year ahead of teammates Rossi and Lorenzo.
Movistar Yamaha rider wins as Open class Espargaro takes second ahead of Crutchlow
Jorge Lorenzo’s second place keeps him in fourth position in the world standings.
Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi fought epic battles today in the British GP
The Italian finishes fifth after battling for third until the flag. Crutchlow twelfth
Jorge Lorenzo defied both his rivals and the changing weather to deliver a master class in Grand Prix riding.
The battle between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo lasted almost the whole race...
Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi finished in second and third place respectively.
Dovizioso crashes and has to retire from fourth
Starting from the front row, Rossi was engaged in a thrilling three-way battle with Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez.
Jorge Lorenzo showed superb pace in both wet and dry conditions.
Third-place finish at Sepang, behind teammate Kallio, more than enough.
Yonny Hernandez closes the Malaysia GP best of the Ducati on the track.
Marc Marquez set a new Sepang Circuit Record Lap time!
Valentino Rossi raised the roof in Australia
Jorge Lorenzo marked his return to fitness in style, taking a stunning second at the legendary ‘Brickyard’.
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez made it ten wins from ten starts in the 2014 MotoGP™ season as the reigning world champion stormed to victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Cal Crutchlow crashes out from second on last lap.
Valentino Rossi won his first race at Phillip Island in ten years.
Repsol Honda rider thrills home fans with Rossi second and Pedrosa in third
The Doctor is back with the Yamaha Factory Team this year put in a stunning performance in the Grand Prix of The Netherlands to notch his 80th Premier class victory!
Eight from eight for championship leader ahead of Dovizioso and Pedrosa
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