Japanese GP (2016)
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In his latest column for Motorsport.com, former 500cc star Randy Mamola hails newly-crowned MotoGP champion Marc Marquez's amazing season in 2016.
On Sunday, Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez has secured his third MotoGP title with three rounds still remaining after storming to victory at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Newly-crowned MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says rival Valentino Rossi appeared "nervous" in the early laps of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Three-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says he owes his 2016 title success to lessons learned from last year’s crash-ridden campaign.
Marc Marquez was crowned a three-time MotoGP champion by claiming his first-ever win at Honda’s home track Motegi on Sunday, as Yamaha rivals Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo crashed out.
Marc Marquez says he will prioritise getting on the podium in the Japanese GP over chasing victory as he looks to maintain his lead in the MotoGP standings.
Japanese Grand Prix poleman Valentino Rossi reckons main rivals Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo have a slight advantage over him on race pace.
MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi grabbed pole position for the Motegi round of the world championship, to beat points leader Marc Marquez of Honda and his own brave Yamaha teammate Jorge Lorenzo.
Honda's Marc Marquez set the fastest time in third practice for the Japanese MotoGP at Motegi, but reigning champion Jorge Lorenzo’s huge crash was the headline of the session.
Marc Marquez says teammate Dani Pedrosa's collarbone injury in FP2 at Motegi serves as a reminder of how things can turn around in an instant in MotoGP.
Reigning MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo led the way in second free practice at Motegi, narrowly besting Andrea Dovizioso and Maverick Vinales in an incident-filled session.
Andrea Dovizioso sent Ducati to the top of the time sheets in opening practice with his final flying lap of Twin-Ring Motegi to eclipse Marc Marquez by a quarter-second.
Andrea Dovizioso believes Hector Barbera's arrival at Ducati will be good for the team, as the Spaniard replaces Andrea Iannone in this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.
Ducati had offered Casey Stoner the chance to replace Andrea Iannone this weekend at Motegi, but the Australian turned down the offer.