German MotoGP 2017 Results: Marc Marquez Makes it 5 In Row In German GP

German MotoGP 2017 Results: Marc Marquez Makes it 5 In Row In German GP, Dedicates Win to Nicky Hayden And His Family.

The King of Sachsenring’s ring Marc Marquez on Sunday once again proved that he is the only king. He a closely fought race at German GP, Marc Marquez made it five in a row. Marc has been unbeaten at Sachsenring, since the year 2013.

Honda enjoys success on this track and Sunday was no different as their two riders made to the podium. Marc Marquez won the race and Dani Pedrosa finished third. Jonas Fogler posed some real challenge to Marc Marquez he even led the race. However, in the end, King of the Sachsenring came out victorious on his happy hunting ground.

German MotoGP 2017 Results: Top 5 Riders

Pos     Riders                           Team                                 Speed                    Time/Gap

1        Marc Marquez            Repsol Honda Team                 161.1                    40:59.525
2       Jonas Folger               Monster Yamaha Tech 3          160.9                          +3.310
3        Dani Pedrosa             Repsol Honda Team                 160.4                          +11.546
4      Maverick Vinales      Movistar Yamaha                      160.2                          +14.253
5      Valentino Rossi          Movistar Yamaha                      160.2                          +14.980

Marc Marques on His Fifth Win At German GP:

Marc Marquez, P1: “Honestly, it was a very difficult race, I knew before the weekend this was a circuit where I needed to attack and my target was 25 points. Before the race, everything was under control and I had the right tyres, and I thought my teammate would be the main rival. Then at the start, I was just trying to concentrate and then Jonas passed me, I was thinking it was good to have another rider between me and the others but then on the pitboard, it was +0.1, +0.1… I started thinking ‘ok, what are you doing here?!’ then I realized he was going to be there to the end. I was pushing myself, I’m happy. It’s amazing how before I was 37 points down! Everything is very tight and it’s almost starting from zero. We’ll try. Also, something special I promised to myself was that after Hayden’s accident, my first win would be for him and his family so this is for them.”- As quoted to

Jonas Fogler On Finishing Second Despite Having Early Lead

Jonas Folger, P2: “It was the first time for me to stay in this kind of position. I almost lost it at the first corner when Petrucci hit me, but I knew from the Warm Up I had great pace. I was following Marc and noticed my third sector was very strong. I was leading the race and I couldn’t believe it, at the Sachsenring! At the end I let Marc go, he has more experience and I learned a lot. I tried to save the tyres and I was sure that until the end I would be able to stay behind him – I was sure I’d be able to try on the last lap but then I went really wide and lost more than a second. Trying to recover I almost crashed two or three times so I thought ‘ok’. But it was a great experience riding with Marc and Dani.” – As quoted to

Riders’ Standing After German Moto GP 2017

Here are top 5 riders of MotoGP 2017 World Championship, the table topper Andrea Dovizioso lost his top position to Marc Marquez, he slipped to the third position. Dutch MotoGP winner Valentino Rossi slipped to 4th place in the points table.

Pos                Rider                            Bike                    Nation              Points

1               Mac Marquez                     Honda                      Spain                     129
2               Maverick Vinales              Yamaha                   Spain                      124
3              Andrea Dovizioso              Ducati                      Italy                        123
4              Valentino Rossi                 Yamaha                   Italy                         119
5               Dani Pedrosa                     Honda                      Spain                      103


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