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2023 Author: Nicholas Abramson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-09-01 00:14
Marc Márquez has not wanted to leave room for doubt in the Argentine Grand Prix. The Catalan has achieved his loosest victory since running in MotoGP with 9.8 seconds ahead, and that in the last lap he stopped to celebrate the victory with the Honda mechanics who were waiting for him on the fence.
Márquez's exhibition in Rio Hondo hot springs From the first to the last corner he has left the fight for victory dry and sends a devastating message to his rivals just before reaching Austin, champion's fetish circuit. Marc Márquez is very strong and still hungry for victories and titles.
Rossi and Dovizioso fought for the podium
From the start, Marc Márquez made it clear that he was not going to give anyone a choice. The pilot of Repsol Honda he kept the first place and began to open a gap taking advantage of the bad start of Maverick Viñales, who was nailed. Of course, it was worse Cal crutchlow, who went ahead of the traffic light and had to complete a ride through.
After four laps, Márquez's advantage was already four seconds, while behind him a group of six pilots was formed fighting for second place. Commanded by Dovizioso and Rossi, the chasing group was too slow to hold up to Marquez's pulse. Along with the two Italians, came Petrucci, Morbidelli, Miller and Viñales.
Terrible the start of Jorge Lorenzo, which from the twelfth position went down to the twentieth. Quite the opposite of Rins, who had been recovering with good race pace and was already ninth, chasing the podium group. The Catalan tried to get hooked on the fight and in the middle of the race he managed to contact Viñales.
Tito Rabat he was consistently rolling in the points until he went to the ground with ten laps to go. For his part, Maverick Viñales made a small mistake and fell from the group of the podium, in which he was very hung. Just at that moment Rossi and Dovizioso took the opportunity to open a gap and try to resolve the fight for the podium in their favor.
On the penultimate lap, Valentino Rossi overtook Andrea Dovizioso and took second position, while behind Maverick Viñales and Morbidelli they went to the ground after the Italian took the Spanish ahead. Marc Márquez won more than enough and is positioned as the new world leader thanks to Rossi's past.
Finally Álex Rins climbed to fifth position, completing a magnificent comeback. Fourth has been Jack Miller and sixth Danilo petrucci, again quite far from his partner Dovizioso. Worse luck has had the other Suzuki, the Joan Mir, which has had to withdraw when shooting out of the points.
As for the rest of the Spanish, Jorge Lorenzo finally finished twelfth, taking advantage of the falls at the end, and salvaged some points. Aleix Espargaró has been ninth with the Aprilia and his brother Pol was tenth with the KTM, in two good performances. Viñales also finally scored, thirteenth after his fall in the last lap.
In this way, Marc Márquez is the leader of the world championship again with four points of advantage over Andrea Dovizioso. The next appointment will be on Grand Prix of the Americas on Austin, where Marc Márquez is infallible: he has made all the poles and has won all the races he has contested there.
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