Márquez dismisses Lorenzo with triumph and the 'Triple Crown'

The champion was merciless with his rivals and after a departure not too successful he recovered the lost ground with parsimony and efficiency. Lorenzo finished 13th.


Marc Márquez does not leave even the crumbs for others. It is what it has to be a cannibal. With the world title in his pocket from Thailand, and despite a not too good start, he was able to temper the nerves from the sixth position in which he found himself to be recovering positions until he got after Fabio Quartararo's rebuild in the sixth round . By that time almost everyone was clear that he would end up doing 13-14 to the Frenchman, as in Misanno or Thailand, but here he did not wait until the last lap to clear the way to his twelfth victory of the course. This, in addition, brings you the prize of the team championship and the Triple Crown. And all this on the day Jorge Lorenzo got off the motorcycle forever, with a thirteenth final road to a new life in which he can always say he was a great champion.

Returning to the eighth champion, saying that it only lasted two laps after him, as if trying to resolve with forcefulness what for many fans has to be the fight of the future for dominance in MotoGP. Thus, with a merciless overtaking in the eleventh turn, right, he left on the eighth lap in pursuit of a new victory.

Neither Quartararo nor Márquez worked out well, although the Frenchman quickly amended him by beating Jack Miller before the second corner, who surprised everyone by his brilliant start. The Repsol Honda, meanwhile, fell in a strange exit in him from the second position to the sixth, although when he crossed the finish line for the first time he was already fifth when he beat Maverick Viñales.

Marquez, who had a fall without consequences during the 'warm up', who dominated a training for the first time on the weekend, did not want to risk excessively and, while Fabio Quartararo pulled forward to get a few meters ahead, he started to overcome rivals to reach the second position in the second turn and, from that moment, try to gradually recover the ceded land.

From the moment Marquez became leader, his rhythm allowed him to gradually move away from all his contestants towards the twelfth victory of the season, while Quartararo had to see and wish for them with Miller, Dovizioso and Rins, who were coming from behind

The debut of Iker Lecuona with the KTM satellite did not end too well, because it went through the ground when it was fifteenth, in the same place, curve six, that Danilo Petrucci and Johann Zarco. In their box they thought there must be some oil on the asphalt, because it was not normal so much fall there, but the truth is that the asphalt was very critical all weekend because of the low temperature. There, Petrucci fell first, then it was Zarco's turn, who was walking quietly with his back to the track, when behind him Iker Lecuona's motorcycle rolled. The Frenchman had to be initially evacuated on a stretcher, but was able to recover to return to his pits in one of the assistance bikes.

Marquez, meanwhile, was doing his thing, already consolidated in the first position with more than a second advantage over Quartararo, who also knew how to keep Miller, Dovizioso and Rins at bay, which was the final order at the finish line . Maverick had to be content with the sixth position, ahead of Joan Mir and Valentino Rossi, who beat the two Espargaró brothers, Aleix on the handlebars of the Aprilia 9th and Pol with the KTM 10th. Tito Rabat was eleventh.



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