The Repsol Honda rider takes fourth in Sepang, and leads the standings by 21 points going into the final round at Valencia.

Marc Márquez only needs to finish eleventh at Valencia, should Andrea Dovizioso win the race, to take the MotoGP title.

Márquez set the fourth best race lap time and Pedrosa the seventh best. Neither of the two went quicker than 2:14, whilst racewinner Dovizioso clocked the fastest time of 2:13.084.

Marc Márquez: “Today the race was the most difficult one we could have had for the Championship because we had rain conditions and the track was extremely slippery. Anyway, I got a good start, and I tried to push at the beginning because I didn’t want to be stuck in the middle of the group. Then I tried to find the feeling and the pace but I saw that both the Ducatis were very fast, so I decided to not take too many risks, to be calm, and to get good points for the Championship. I thought about trying to get Zarco but the risk was too big just to have an advantage of 24 points instead of 21. This wasn’t the race to win the Title but rather one to get closer to it. I’m happy because after a difficult weekend, at a track were we always struggle, we still managed to finish fourth. Of course now we need to keep focused, to train well this week, and to work to be at 100% on Sunday in Valencia without relaxing too much with the advantage we have. Today we won the Constructor Title, and that’s a first step!”.

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Marc Márquez will mathematically seal the MotoGP title if he wins the race or finishes second, regardless of whether Andrea Dovizioso wins.

With his pole position in Australia, Marc Márquez has 44 poles from the 88 races he has contested in MotoGP, a 50% success rate since he has come into the premier class.

Marc Márquez: “Of course we’re happy to go to Malaysia, having won at Phillip Island. I knew it was very important to get a good result in Australia and try to open a bit of a gap before Sepang, which is a demanding round, and where Dovi won last season. One of the main things there is the humidity, and of course the high temperatures. I think it’s one of the most difficult races in terms of the physical conditions. One good thing is that the tarmac is good now, as it was resurfaced not long ago. The grip is also nice. We’ll see what the situation is, and we’ll try to manage it the best for the Championship.”

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Marc Márquez scored his sixth win of the season and heads to the Malaysian Grand Prix with a 33 point lead over Andrea Dovizioso in the overall standings.

The Repsol Honda rider has 9 podiums from the last 10 races, and one more victory than last year when he was crowned MotoGP World Champion.

Marc Márquez: “It was such an amazing race, I think we put on a fantastic show for the fans! I’m very happy, as I knew that today was important. Dovi was struggling a little this weekend, while I was feeling really good on the bike and had to make the best of it. When the race started I was thinking I had to stay calm and manage the tyres, but then Zarco hit me and I realized it was going to be a battle. I was in a group of fighters. I knew I had to push and defend, but also to attack. So I just tried to control the situation and then, with around eight laps to go, I just gave it my all. I pushed really hard for three or four laps and that was it. I’m happy with the win of course, but even more with going to Malaysia with a 33 point advantage!”

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New designs for the fall-winter season are already on sale at the Pull&Bear online store and will soon be available in the MM93 e-commerce and in the Fanclub shop in Cervera.

Pull&Bear has just introduced the new features for the autumn of the Marc Márquez x Pull&Bear collection, a line inspired by the reigning MotoGP world champion that combines sport and fashion in a natural and bold way.

With the new designs, in which Marc Márquez has participated again, the collection evolves towards a more contemporary aesthetic and close to a merchandising style very much in vogue not only in the world of motor and sport, but also in several areas of pop culture.

The Marc Márquez x Pull&Bear line stands out for the wide range of sweatshirts and t-shirts, in which white and black appear as fundamental colors along with gray. In the case of women’s garments, pink appears as a highlighted tone.

Checkerboard mosaics (reference to circuit finish flags), the use of large typographies and texts on the sleeves, photographic prints and the selection of iconic elements (from the fetish number of Marquez, 93, to images of the rider in competition) mark the collection for boy, which includes a jersey with the names and dates of the eight most memorable races of Marc Márquez according to his own selection.

The collection is presented coinciding with the crucial moment of the MotoGP World Championship, in which Márquez aims to repeat his last year title and achieve his sixth world crown.

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After a brief stop in Indonesia, to visit Astra Honda Factory and to give his support to Cari_Aman Safety Riding Campaign, Marc Marquez moved on to Phillip Island for the second round of the triple flyaways.
Marc, who counts Phillip Island among his favourite tracks, is fresh off of scoring the 100th podium finish of his amazing career, after an exciting battle with Title contender Andrea Dovizioso at Motegi. With three rounds remaining, the 24-year-old Marquez has an 11-point advantage over the Italian Dovizioso in the Championship standings.
Marc Marquez has 2 wins—1×125 (2010) and 1xMotoGP (2015)—plus 2 podiums and 4 pole positions.
Marc Márquez: “We go to Australia very motivated after Japan, where we scored good points at a track that’s normally tough for us, and in quite difficult conditions. I really look forward to this weekend because Phillip Island is an incredible racetrack, one of my favourite. It’s difficult because it’s very physical, with many hard and fast changes in direction, but I enjoy it a lot every year and generally I think it’s a better track for us than Motegi. I hope for good weather, and then we’ll see. We’ll work hard to try and find the best setup and keep fighting hard for this Championship.”
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Repsol Honda rider fights for the win until the last corner of the race, and remains World Championship leader with 11 point advantage.

Marc Márquez claimed his 100th Grand Prix podium in a race held on a completely wet race, and decided on the last lap.

Starting from third position of the grid, Márquez was first on Lap 13. Six laps from the end he was overtaken by Andrea Dovizioso and they have exchanged passes several times on the last three laps.

Marc Márquez: “Of course I tried and gave it my 100%, fighting until the last lap and the last corner. It was an amazing race with the two guys fighting for the Championship fighting for the win. Today there was a lot of water on track and for some reason I was struggling a little more than expected. I tried to push and be smooth but Andrea was very fast too for the entire race. Entering the last lap, I knew I had only a very small advantage ahead but then I made a small mistake in turn eight, well, quite a big mistake actually, and he caught me. After he passed he was very strong on the brakes and I wasn’t able to match him. In the last corner I tried again but it was not possible to pass him again. Today he did an incredible race and won but anyway I’m happy with our result as I was expecting him to be very very fast here. We scored some good points and made a good show for the fans so it’s ok.”

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Marc Márquez faces the first race of the decisive final stretch of the World Championship at the circuit where he clinched the title in 2014 and 2016.

After victory at Aragón, the reigning MotoGP World Champion became the youngest rider to reach 60 wins and will go to Motegi as leader of the standings 16 points ahead of Andrea Dovizioso.

Marc Márquez: “There are four GPs to go in the season, and we must give 100% at every one, starting with the three flyaway rounds. These races are always demanding due to the different time zones and conditions, and this year with the Championship so close, they’ll be even more of a challenge. The most important thing for us is that since Montmeló, we’ve been on the podium in every race but Silverstone. We’ve done a good job of managing different conditions and different circuits, which gives us confidence and shows that we’re at a good level everywhere. We have some great memories in Japan, because we won last year and got the title there twice, but every season is a new story and we must remain focused and ready to handle every situation. Track conditions in Motegi can vary dramatically, and we’ll have to work hard on the setup to find a good compromise for the hard acceleration and braking. We’ll give our best effort and push hard to get another good result in front of Honda’s home fans.”

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