“I think MotoGP will change very much after next year.” Valentino Rossi.
Can Marquez make it nine from nine as this year’s championship reaches the halfway point?
"I'm very happy to be able to announce my renewal with the Repsol Honda Team." - Dani Pedrosa
Eight from eight for championship leader ahead of Dovizioso and Pedrosa
Open class rider takes first MotoGP pole ahead of Marquez and Pedrosa
Open Class rider leads ahead of Repsol men Marquez and Pedrosa
The ‘Cathedral’ beckons as MotoGP touches down in the Netherlands
Repsol Honda rider thrills home fans with Rossi second and Pedrosa in third
All Spanish front row with Pedrosa ahead of Lorenzo and Marquez
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez heads to the summer break with a perfect win record after mastering mixed track conditions at Sachsenring to claim his ninth victory of the 2014 MotoGP season.
Movistar Yamaha MotoGP riders Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi will start tomorrow’s Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland from the second row of the grid having taken fifth and sixth respectively in today’s qualifying session.
Seventh pole for World Championship leader, with Dani Pedrosa second on the grid.
The first two practice sessions of the race weekend took place at Sachsenring.
With an intelligent strategy, Andrea Dovizioso rider perfectly interpreted the difficult weather conditions to take home a well-deserved second place.
Marc Marquez adapted best to the changing conditions for his eighth consecutive victory in 2014.
Aleix Espargaro claimed his first ever pole position after a rain shower.
Andrea Dovizioso set tenth quickest time, while his team-mate Cal Crutchlow was unable to go any higher than thirteenth place.