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2023 Author: Nicholas Abramson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-09-01 00:14
Amazing! One more year, Marc Márquez has won the MotoGP world championshipThis time he did it at the Japanese event, at the Honda circuit where he had to overcome one of the best versions of Andrea Doizioso and the Desmosedici. Márquez was rolling in first position when Andrea Dovizioso crashed to the ground crowning the Spaniard as seven times world champion.
Cal crutchlow who has had a magnificent career and has been second. Alex Rins He completed the podium, taking advantage of the Italian's fall, which has given him a place. Three Japanese bikes, two Honda and one Suzuki, have managed to finish on the podium in the Japanese GP.
A fall of Andrea Dovizioso automatically gives the seventh title to Marc Márquez
Andrea Dovizioso marked a satisfactory start managing to maintain that first place. Marc Márquez, who started sixth, placed third behind Jack Miller and a few corners later, the category leader placed second behind the poleman. Márquez could revalidate his title of world champion and from the moment one has shown his desire for victory. The one who has not started anything well is Johann Zarco who started second and lost several positions.
Miller started shooting third But it would not take long to beat Cal Crutchlow for that `position, with 22 laps to go the Briton was in the third box of the podium, yes, away from Dovizioso and Márquez.
One of the positive parts has been the great departure of Valentino Rossi Who took fifth position when starting ninth, the Italian once again showed himself to be a Sunday racer and was trying to push the YZR M1 to the podium at all costs. In the absence of 19 he was able to pass Jack Miller and placed fourth, stalking a podium that has resisted him for several Grands Prix.
A little later, Cal Crutchlow got past Marc MárquezObviously the 93 was not going to settle and gave it back a few curves later. However, Dovizioso had imposed a high pace difficult to follow, it was not going to be easy for him to overcome him.
With 15 laps to go Andrea Iannone threw himself into the pool and managed to overtake Valentino Rossi placing himself in fourth position. Not a minute would pass when Alex Rins, the other Suzuki ECSTAR rider, managed to pass the Italian who was relegated to a modest sixth position.
It was then that Jack Miller went to the ground, the Australian had started the race with an exceptional pace on soft tires and was forced to sign his retirement halfway through the race. Another who has abandoned a little earlier due to mechanical problems has been Aleix EsparagaróOnce again the Aprilia has shown its unreliability in the race.
11 laps from the end the fight for victory was unleashed, Marc Márquez managed to pass Andrea Dovizioso. Shortly after, the Spaniard stepped off the track and Dovizioso took advantage of the opportunity to overtake him again.
Two turns later Andrea Iannone was going to the ground when he rolled fourth and was beginning to close on Cal Crutchlow's heels, so it would not have been unreasonable for the Italian to have challenged the British for the third box on the podium.
The most notable crash of the race in the penultimate lap of the race, Andrea Dovizioso went to the ground giving Marc Márquez his seventh title champion of the world and his fifth of the queen category. However, the Italian has had a spectacular career in which he has made the Spaniard sweat like never before.
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