Marquez wins sixth consecutive MotoGP in Austin

Posted April 24, 2018

However, Iannone ran wide on the exit of the corner and allowed Marquez to pounce straight back, with the Honda rider immediately putting two seconds between himself and the rest of the field.

MARC Marquez couldn't have headed to a better circuit after his turbulent fortnight. By the halfway mark, the race win was all but sealed as Marc Marquez was flying and his race lead was over five seconds. Iannone stood on the last step of the podium and it was a special performance for the Italian rider as it was his first podium finish for Suzuki after joining them past year.

The flawless weather conditions made for a tidy race, as Maverick Viñales (Yamaha), Andrea Iannone (Suzuki), and Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) battled it out for the final podium positions. Having started the race at P2, Vinales was eager to take back the spot from Iannone and did so at Turn 1 of Lap 7.

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"Marc and this track are another story", Iannone said.

Valentino Rossi finished fourth after suffering issues with his front tyre, ahead of Andrea Dovizioso who moves to the top of the championship standings after the first three races.

The Spaniard has been first to the checkered flag at every Austin race since its inception in 2013.

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Marquez had seemed cavalier about the penalty that bumped him from pole position and showed why on Sunday: No other rider was in his class once the race started. "He will start from 4th on the grid for tomorrow's Americas GP", the tweet said.

The Repsol Honda rider stretched out a lead seven seconds at one point during the race before rolling it back to cross the line 3.5sec ahead of Maverick Vinales. He also grabbed an American flag for a victory lap to honor Nicky Hayden, the American 2006 MotoGP champion who died in 2017 when he was hit by a vehicle while training on his bicycle in Italy.

There was enough action behind the race leader with Vinales pursuing to take P2 from Iannone. "The feeling with my bike is very good, and the same has been true in Qatar and Argentina, so we'll try and continue this way". "I'm actually really happy". "But in the race, I hoped and expected to be a bit stronger to fight for the podium". "I can't wait to get to Spain".

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