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MotoGP World Cup News | Marquez is back in command after his victory at the Sachsenring 2022


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MotoGP World Cup News – Marquez won in spectacular fashion at the Sachsenring; where have we heard that before?

EG 0,0 Alex Marquez of Marc VDS has reclaimed control of the MotoGP World Cup News Championship with a masterclass at the HJC Helmets Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland that his brother would have been proud of. The Spaniard currently leads Dynavolt Intact GP’s Thomas Lüthi by eight points after breaking clear of Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Marcel Schrötter (Dynavolt Intact GP) halfway through the race to claim his fourth victory of the season.

Marquez is the first rider to win a MotoGP World Cup News race from pole position since Francesco Bagnaia in Japan last year, although he did not take use of the advantage. The number 73 had a bad start before being forced wide by American Racing KTM’s Iker Lecuona at the first turn, dropping him to fifth place.

Meanwhile, Luca Marini of SKY Racing Team VR46 had the ideal launch from second on the grid to grab the holeshot at the MotoGP World Cup News. The Italian’s lead would not last more than a lap, however Dynavolt Intact GP’s Marcel Schrötter charged around the last circuit to ensure he leads a race at his home Grand Prix.

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However, a mistake by Schrötter through Ralf Waldmann Curve enabled Lecuona to regain the lead as the Spanish youngster pushed for his maiden Moto2TM victory. Marquez would recover from his first lap shenanigans by clawing his way back to second position before squeezing by Lecuona at the first curve to get his retribution.

Behind the leading pair on MotoGP World Cup News, Red Bull KTM Ajo’s Brad Binder was on a big charge after recovering from 17th on the grid to subsequently enter the podium battle, all owing to the race’s best lap, before fronting the podium fight with a bold move on EG 0,0 Marc VDS’ Xavi Vierge into the first curve.

Back at the front, Lecuona would claw his way back into the lead when Marquez had a mistake at Turn 3, but the three-time race winner would put all that confidence to good use by biting back at the bottom of the Waterfall.

Binder moved into contention as the leading pair scrapped, and he continued his charge through the pack with a move on Lecuona into Turn 1 at the MotoGP World Cup News. The South African seemed to be the favorite after gaining fifteen positions by half the race distance, but he went wide at Turn 3 and Lecuona pounced to regain second.

Schrötter, who had dropped somewhat further back, started clawing his way back through, making a solid move on Vierge at Turn 1 before the German’s teammate, Tom Lüthi, followed suit, but the Swiss rider was in too and brought out the Spaniard; a move for which he would subsequently get a lengthy lap penalty.

At the front, the battle between Binder’s factory KTM and Lecuona’s customer KTM enabled Marquez to get half a second ahead when Lecuona took full advantage of the slightest spaces left up by Binder at the Omega Curve. Their struggle enabled Marquez to soon extend his advantage into one second, then two, as the Kalex rider seemed convinced he would continue the Marquez family’s love affair with the Sachsenring track.

Schrötter, watching Marquez escape, surged through to second position, with Binder now unable to achieve an apex as his tyre life began to diminish after his enormous effort to push through from the sixth row of the grid for the MotoGP World Cup News. Binder, on the other hand, found another breath and recaptured second position, with the South African lucky to be able to escape even farther clear by Schrötter and Lecuona battling behind.

As we approached the closing circuits, Lecuona gained third at Turn 13 before Schrötter responded barely a turn later into Turn 1, implying that the two would have to resolve their struggle for the last podium spot on the final lap on the MotoGP World Cup News. Schrötter would hold strong with a podium at home on the line, but Lecuona crashed out at the penultimate turn, ending what would have been his best finish of the season.

The chequered flag flew, and Marquez took it for the fourth time this season, putting him eight points ahead in the championship race. To the pleasure of the home audience, Binder finished second, his best result of the year, ahead of German Schrötter.

Fabio Di Giannantonio of MB Conveyors Speed Up took full advantage of Lüthi’s long lap penalty to pass the former Championship leader and finish fourth, his best result of the rookie season, with Lüthi holding on ahead of FlexBox HP40 teammates Augusto Fernandez and Lorenzo Baldassarri in sixth and seventh. Jorge Navarro (MB Conveyors Speed Up), Jorge Martin (Red Bull KTM Ajo), and Luca Marini rounded out the top 10. (SKY Racing Team VR46).

So, as we leave the Sachsenring and go into the summer break at the MotoGP World Cup News, Alex Marquez sits nicely at the top of the standings, having rebounded perfectly from Dutch disappointment. Where have we heard it before about a Marquez victory at the Sachsenring?

Top 10

  1. Alexander Marquez (EG 0,0 Marc VDS)
  2. 1.208 Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Ajo)
  3. 1.630 Marcel Schrötter (Dynavolt Intact GP)
  4. Fabio Di Giannantonio (MB Conveyors) + 4.116
  5. 5.191 + Tom Lüthi (Dynavolt Intact GP)
  6. 6.332 + Augusto Fernandez (FlexBox HP 40)
  7. 6.526 Lorenzo Baldassarri (FlexBox HP 40)
  8. Jorge Navarro (MB Conveyors Increase Speed) + 8.177
  9. Jorge Martin (Red Bull KTM Ajo) + 10.538 points
  10. Luca Marini (SKY Racing Team VR46) + 13.591 points

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