Marquez dominated Sunday’s 26-lap MotoGP at Thailand. The 25-year-old Spaniard earned his seventh win of the season, and made history as the first MotoGP rider to win in Thailand.
Joining Marquez on the podium was his main rival, Dovizioso, and Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Maverick Vinales. Dovizioso finished 0.115 of a second behind, and Vinales 0.270 behind. Finishing fourth in Thailand was Rossi, who was followed by Monster Yamaha Tech3’s Johann Zarco and Team Suzuki Ecstar’s Alex Rins.
This was Marquez’s 69th premier-class win of his career, and he is now equal with Jorge Lorenzo for the fifth most-winning rider across all classes. Speaking of Ducati Team’s Lorenzo, he didn’t start due to a hectic crash in the second free practice session that upset some injuries he sustained two weeks ago in Aragon.
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