This year’s Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland marks the midway point of one of the closest seasons ever, with Marc Marquez, fresh from a podium finish in Assen three days ago, lying fourth in the Championship standings, just 11 points off the lead.

The Sachsenring track, the shortest on the calendar at 3.67 km, has in the recent years proven to be one of the most successful rounds for both Marc, who has scored 7 wins: 1 x 125 (2010), 2 x Moto2 (2011, 2012), and 4 x MotoGP (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016), plus 7 pole positions (he has been on pole for all seven wins).

The circuit was resurfaced after the 2016 race.

Marc Márquez: “I look forward to going to the Sachsenring, a circuit that has proven to be good for us in the past. Of course we’ll have to wait and see how things go, as the track has been resurfaced and we know it can be quite different, starting with the grip, which will probably be higher compared to recent years. We must remain concentrated in order to be able to manage every situation as well as possible, like we did in Assen. In any case, it’s a circuit that I like and where I’ll try to be stronger. We’re just 11 points from Dovizioso at the top, and that’s good. This Championship is really open, and we must keep calm and keep working hard to be better and better in the coming races.

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Thinking about the career of Marc Márquez in MotoGP is thinking about Honda and Repsol. These two big brands have accompanied the Spanish rider in most of his World Champion triumphs, which is why there is such a strong link with them. Neither the Japanese factory nor the multinational energy could be missing in the merchandising collection of Márquez.

The Marc Márquez – Honda 2017 dual collection comes with 6 new inspired products that blend the logo of the Japanese factory with Márquez’s 93. The new collection’s t-shirts, polo, sweatshirt and cap combine Marc’s red color with HRC’s white and are now available online.

The dual collection Marc Márquez – Repsol 2017 has also been incorporated into the e-commerce of the rider and has three t-shirts, a sweatshirt, a polo and a cap highlighting the colors of Marquez’s motorcycle and his number 93.

Discover the new dual collections Marc Márquez Honda and Repsol, the best clothing to cheer on your favorite driver.

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Marc Márquez took a crucial third place at TT Assen that, along with Viñales’s DNF today, reduced his gap from the top of an incredibly close Championship classification to just 11 points, despite currently being in fourth place behind Dovizioso, Viñales and Rossi.

Changing weather played a tricky role again today, when a light rain started to fall seven laps from the end of the race. Marc managed the situation prudently and, having fought within the top three from the start of the race, in the final two laps held off all the attacks from fellow Honda rider Cal Crutchlow, who was charging from the back.

The 94th podium of Marc’s career is also the 400th for the Repsol Honda Team.

MotoGP Championship now move to the Sachsenring for round 9 of the Championship next Sunday.

Marc Márquez: “I’m very happy with the podium and with our race, as we were competitive enough in the dry at this track, which isn’t one of the best for us. Of course conditions were quite tricky and in this kind of situation you can lose or gain many points. I opted for the ‘safe’ option, more or less. Maybe I would have been able to try and fight for the victory, but honestly I had some warnings and thought it too dangerous for the Championship, so I decided to be consistent in the race and to push hard at the end. I paid close attention as it was hard to understand where the limit was, but in the end I was able to manage well. We’re just 11 points down on the lead and that’s important, no matter the fourth position. Now we go to some circuits that could be better for us, so let’s keep working hard and see what happens.”

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Los dos hermanos Márquez participarán en la carrera que se celebrará el 14 de julio a las 20:30h en el Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

El próximo 14 de julio se celebrará la segunda edición de la carrera solidaria Allianz Night Run, impulsada por el vigente campeón del mundo de MotoGP, Marc Márquez, a través de Laps for Life 93. Este año la cita contará también con la presencia de Alex Márquez, piloto de Moto2.

Los dos hermanos Márquez participarán en la carrera (de 5km y 10km) que se correrá de noche en el mismo asfalto del Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Como en la edición anterior, tendrá un fin benéfico ya que parte de las inscripciones se destinarán a Aldeas Infantiles SOS. “Nos encanta poder hacer una segunda edición de la Allianz Night Run en Montmeló. Aúna valores como el esfuerzo y espíritu de superación con la vida sana y la solidaridad”, explica Cristina del Ama, Directora General de Allianz Seguros. Además, Allianz se ha comprometido a igualar el importe benéfico recaudado por los runners con sus inscripciones y lo donará a la ONG.

“Me hace mucha ilusión volver a impulsar la Allianz Night Run y, además, correrla al lado de mi hermano Alex. Esta carrera representa todo lo que Laps for Life 93 significa: deporte, juventud y ayudar a los demás, especialmente a los más pequeños”, dice Marc Márquez, campeón del mundo de motociclismo.

Cómo participar en la Allianz Night Run de Montmeló

Los runners que se inscriban a la carrera de 5km o 10km, competirán en el asfalto con los hermanos Márquez, y además estarán donando 2 euros de su inscripción a Aldeas Infantiles SOS. Además, recibirán una camiseta técnica conmemorativa del Allianz Night Run y, al terminar su carrera, entrarán en sorteos, podrán disfrutar de una Pasta Party y de música en directo.

Asimismo, las personas que deseen ir a la Allianz Night Run como asistentes (pero no quieran correr), podrán comprar también un dorsal especial por 5 euros, que les dará derecho a la Pasta Party y con el que también estarán haciendo una donación a Aldeas Infantiles SOS. Este dorsal Pasta Party se podrá comprar tanto en la web de inscripciones como en el propio circuito.

Por último, las personas que no puedan asistir a la Allianz Night Run pero quieran hacer una donación a la ONG, también podrán comprar un dorsal cero, por 5 euros, que irán destinados íntegramente a Aldeas Infantiles SOS.

Toda la información se encuentra en www.allianznightrun.com.

Valencia cogerá el testigo de la Allianz Night Run en septiembre

Tras el éxito de la Allianz Night Run celebrada el año pasado, la aseguradora y los hermanos Márquez han decidido llevar esta iniciativa más allá de Montmeló. Así, el próximo 29 de septiembre el Circuito Ricardo Tormo cogerá el relevo del running solidario. Próximamente se darán más detalles de esta Allianz Night Run que se celebrará en el asfalto valenciano.

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Marc Márquez is ready to return to action for two back-to-back races, the TT Assen on 25 June and the German GP on 2 July, which will be followed by a four-week summer break.

Approaching the TT Assen, the World Championship standings see Marc Márquez in third place, just 23 points off the leader Maverick Viñales. With Andrea Dovizioso second at -7 from the lead and fifth-place Valentino Rossi at -28, this is the closest top-five spread, after seven races, since current points system was introduced in 1993.

The Cervera rider has good memories from Assen, where he has celebrated victories in all classes: he has 4 wins, 1×125 (2010), 2xMoto2 (2011 and 2012) and 1xMotoGP (2014), plus an additional 3 podiums and 2 pole positions.

Marc Márquez: “We’re coming off a positive race and a promising day of testing in Catalunya, so we’re looking forward to getting back on the bike and to continuing on the same level in the next race. I like Assen. We’ve had some exciting races there, and many good memories. Of course the weather is always unpredictable and makes things change very quickly, so we must be ready to adapt as we did in 2014 and last year. That, coupled with the fact that every race this season also seems quite unpredictable, means we’ll have to keep totally focused and work particularly hard beginning Friday morning to find a good setup for our bike and tyres, with the target of fighting for the podium in the race.”

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Following yesterday’s podium, Marc Márquez was back on track for a one-day post-race test.

On another sunny and very hot day, Marc worked on setup, electronics and Michelin tyres. Marc was fastest for the day with his lap of 1’44.071 on lap 81 of 82.

After two very busy weeks, the Cervera rider will have just a week of rest before returning to action for two more back-to-back races, the Dutch GP on 25 June and the German GP on 2 July.

Marc Márquez: “The test today was good enough, though we didn’t test anything new in particular on the bike. We did a lot of laps working a bit on the electronics and on my riding style, aiming to manage the tyres better. What finally made me very happy was the symmetric front tyre Michelin brought here, which is the same, or more similar to last year’s. I immediately felt great again, on the bike and with the front. Actually I did my fastest lap on that tyre, as it was more stable. I was smiling again, at least on this track. Hopefully we can continue on this path with the tyres.”

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Marc Márquez scored podium finish by finishing in second position in scorching-hot conditions in Catalunya. It was a very positive result that allowed Marc to move up in the Championship standings to third, just 23 points off the top.

With air temperature at 33° C and a track temperature of 54° C, conditions were very tough on tyres. Marc got off well at the start and rode at the front for the entire race. Marc took the lead on lap six before being passed by his teammate and Dovizioso on lap eight.

Marc moved to second on lap 18 and pushed hard to try and stay close to the leader, finally settled to keep his hard-earned podium finish, which brought his career tally to the symbolic total of 93.

The Cervera rider will remain in Catalunya tomorrow for a one-day test.

Marc Márquez: “I’m really happy with how this weekend ended because with five crashes, four yesterday and one this morning, the situation was quite tough mentally. Anyway, my team helped me a lot to regain confidence in myself and in the bike. Before the race I said to myself that I was the same Marc as last year and that my style is to always keep pushing and never give up, something I think makes the difference sometimes. So I started the race with victory as a target. At the start I was really lucky when Petrucci hit me, as the contact was completely lateral; otherwise it would have been a disaster. From then on I tried to remain focused and calm and when I finally passed Dani for second place, I tried to push to close on Dovi. In a couple of laps I realized that I couldn’t, that today was Dovi’s day, so I settled for second. The Championship is kind of a rollercoaster so we don’t really know what to expect from race to race. We must only think about ourselves, keep the concentration high, and try and give 100%.”

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With no rest after the Italian GP, Marc Márquez has arrived in Spain in anticipation of this weekend’s Gran Premi de Catalunya.

In the year following Luis Salom’s tragic crash in Moto2, some permanent changes have been applied to the circuit for the MotoGP event that Marc Márquez had the chance to verify during a one-day test on 24 May.

By requirement of the FIM, the F1 layout will be used at Turn 10, and a new chicane has been introduced after Turn 13 (before the chicane used for F1). The new layout has a slightly shorter track length of 4,652 meters (previously 4,655 meters).

At the Gran Premi de Catalunya Marc Márquez has 2 wins, 1×125 (2010) and 1xMotoGP (2014), plus an additional 4 podiums and 3 pole positions.

Marc Márquez: “I’m happy to get back in action soon and to do it at Catalunya, as racing at home in front of all your fans always gives you an extra boost! In Italy we managed the situation as well as possible, but we must do better. We have to be able to remain more consistently at a good level. The test we did at Catalunya some days ago actually went well enough. We did a lot of laps, improving the bike’s setup over the day, so we’ll try and build on that beginning on Friday. As for the changes made to the track, I think they’re interesting and quite challenging to interpret well. The speed and the corners on the rest of the circuit are all similar, while in that sector they’re now quite different. But honestly, the layout is so particular that I like it!”.

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The new Marc Márquez official merchandising collection has been launched in the rider’s online store and his fanclub shop in Cervera.

Concurring with the celebration of the Catalan Grand Prix, the new Marc Márquez official clothing collection has been put on sale. A full range of clothing designed exclusively for fans that consists of over 40 different references. The red color, its number 93, the ant and the MM initials take special prominence in this renewed collection, that also incorporates designs inspired by the American style.

All fans of the five-time World champion can get the new clothes to encourage their favorite rider on this section of the website (www.marcmarquez93.com/tienda/colleccion-mm93-2017) or visiting the Official Fan Club Marc Márquez 93 headquarters, in Rambla Lluís Sanpere, 1, in Cervera.

MM93 new collection is waiting for you!

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The Repsol Honda rider had quite a challenging time at the Italian Grand Prixtoday. Marc Márquez struggled to manage front-tyre life for the entire race and settled for bringing home 10 solid points, finishing in sixth place.

Heading to the next race in Catalunya in just one week’s time, Marc is fourth in the Championship on 68 points (37 points behind leader Viñales).

Marc Márquez: “I started the race strong because I knew the first laps were important, so I tried to fight. At first I was able to do it, but after a while I started struggling with the front tyre in the corners, and I was also getting caught on the straight by the others. We chose the medium front spec because we knew that with the hard option, which I felt better with, we wouldn’t have finished the race. In fact, with the hard front option being asymmetric, in this case the medium spec was harder on the right side than the hard spec, and the Mugello track stresses the right side more. But at a certain point, I started feeling I was struggling too much in the corners, so I decided to stay there and not risk crashing. The situation allowed us to finish sixth. This is an up-and-down championship, so we must keep working hard and look to improve.”

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