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1. Dani Pedrosa Repsol Honda 42m 47.800s (av. 166.6 km/h)
2. Jorge Lorenzo Movistar Yamaha MotoGP 0.410s
3. Valentino Rossi Movistar Yamaha MotoGP 5.259s

Pole Position

Marc Marquez • Repsol Honda 1:55.585 = 168.2 km/h

Fastest lap (record)

Dani Pedrosa 1:56.027 = 167.6 km/h

Championship top 3

Marquez 263 points • Pedrosa 186 points• Rossi 173 points

10 Down, Eight To Go...Can Anyone Derail The Marquez Express?

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The 2014 Grand Prix of the Czech Republic
Round 11 of 18 to be held in 13 countries this year


Brno, Czech Republic


August 15 – 17

Qualifying: Saturday M3 20:35 – M2 23:05 – MGP 22:10

Race starts: Sunday M3 19:00 – M2 20:20 – MGP 22:00

Track records:

1:56.135 = 167.4 km/h, Marc Marquez (Honda) 2013

2:02.605 = 158.6 km/h, Johann Zarco (Suter) 2013

2014 United States Grand Prix - Preview

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The 2014 United States Grand Prix

Round 10 of 18 to be held in 13 countries this year


Indianapolis, Indiana


August 8 – 10

Qualifying • SUNDAY 02:35 – 04:10 (MotoGP) – 05:05

Race starts • MONDAY M3 01:00 – M2 02:20 – MGP 04:00

Track records:

MotoGP: 1:39.044 = 153.2 km/h, Marc Marquez (Honda) 2013

Moto2: 1:43.304 = 146.9 km/h, Marc Marquez (Suter) 2012

MotoGP™ returns to action at updated IMS

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The MotoGP™ World Championship returns to action after a summer break this coming weekend, with the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix marking Round 10 of the 2014 season.

This will be the seventh successive year that MotoGP has visited the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway venue and since last season some modifications have taken place. The IMS MotoGP layout has been redesigned to create a 16-turn, 2.591-mile (4.170-kilometre) circuit with exciting new turn configurations and braking zones, creating more passing opportunities.

Miller relaxed about potential move straight to MotoGP

Keeping Track: Official Podcast of the Australian Grand Prix

Rising Australian motorcycle star Jack Miller has shrugged off increasingly persistent rumours that he'll be on the MotoGP grid with Honda next season.

The 19-year-old currently leads the Moto3 World Championship riding for the Red Bull KTM Ajo team and has been a stand out this season, winning four races, including the most recent event in Germany.

'I Didn't Expect This' - And Neither Did We!

An Aussie going for a Moto3 world title… an Aussie winning in Moto2 after an 11-year wait… an Aussie working hard to keep his head above water in MotoGP: who could have forecast any of it? Most of all, who could have foreseen the effect of Comet Marc on the premier class? It’s been a remarkable first half-year…

Before looking back, let’s think ahead. The race at Aragon in Spain on September 28 will be the 800th Grand Prix in World Championship history. Throughout the previous 65 seasons there have been spells when one name dominated – and season 66 is no different.

Marquez 'Pits' His Skill, Miller All Class

Round 9 • Sachsenring, Germany The summer break in MotoGP has now begun, and one rider who will certainly sit back with some degree of satisfaction is Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) – and why not after victory at Sachsenring brought up his ninth straight win in a season that has already taken on gargantuan proportions, and with plenty more still to come. The start of the German Grand Prix was certainly bizarre, even comical – only one rider (Helmet Bradl) on the front three rows after a majority of the front-runners elected to start from pit lane after switching from wet to slick-shod machines following the sighting lap – but soon after that normal service resumed with Marquez making his way to the front with team-mate Dani Pedrosa in tow.

The 2014 German Grand Prix

Talking of Sachsenring…

“I had visited the Sachsenring circuit a couple of years before entering the world championship. It was the first place where I participated as a wildcard, so it’s a special track for me. During the race weekend at Assen I felt good in practice, so we hope that at this Grand Prix we can maintain this form and carry it over to the race. It will not be easy, because the Assen and Sachsenring circuits are very different. Assen is much faster and more flowing, while in Germany you have to take care of the tyres.”


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