Marquez: I Know Dovi Last Turn Style

Marquez: I Know Dovi Last Turn Style
Marc Marquez vs Andrea Dovizioso, Race MotoGP Buriram, Thailand 2018 / runganSport English © MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Ducati Team rider, Andrea Dovizioso has defeated his toughest opponent three times, Marc Marquez at the final Turn.

First at the 2017 Austrian Grand Prix, then at the 2017 Japanese GP and earlier this year at the Qatar GP.

Dovi almost beat Marquez four times in the same way, but this time in the Thai MotoGP yesterday Dovi failed to execute The Baby Alien.

On the contrary, it is now Marquez’s turn to work on Dovi at the final Bend, Marquez was immediately pleased and revealed that he could finally take revenge on the Italian rider.

In the two laps before finishing, Dovi actually had the same moves to conquer Marquez at the final corner.

It turned out that this was immediately studied by Marquez, in order to avoid the DesmoDovi trap, the end of the final lap.

“I know the Dovi strategy well, because I have lost three times in this way,” Marquez admitted as reported by Motorsport.

“I gave a full boost on the last lap, because I had lost against Dovi on the last lap and that had affected me so far.

But this condition has become a motivation for me to get out of the shadow of the power of the final corner of Dovi, ” closed the Cervera rider.

With victory in Thailand last week, it is likely that Marquez will immediately lock the world title in the next race at the Japanese GP.

Marquez only needed to finish in front of Dovi just to make sure he became champions this year, without the need to wait for the final race in Valencia. (DN / eV)

NEXT: Rossi: Yamaha Don’t Fooled Thai MotoGP Results

Rossi: Yamaha Don’t Fooled Thai MotoGP Results

Rossi: Yamaha Don't Fooled Thai MotoGP Results
Valentino Rossi, MotoGP Buriram, Thailand 2018 / runganSport English © MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Movistar Yamaha riders, Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi were competitive at the Thailand MotoGP last week.

Vinales won the third podium and Rossi finished fourth, a result that was quite encouraging compared to the previous series.

But Rossi stressed to Yamaha that they should not be fooled by good results in Thailand.

Because so far the Yamaha problem has not yet been broken.

“It’s a pity when Yamaha thinks they’ve solved the problem after good results in Thailand, this is clearly a wrong mentality.

In fact, often our engineers were happy when Vinales scored a good time at Free Training, they said, ‘we understand!’

“If I were a Yamaha engineer, I would analyze the results of the second half of the season and I would not be happy about one fast lap or the front row,” Rossi said as reported by MotorSport.

Rossi himself admitted to being surprised by Yamaha’s excellent performance in Thailand, but he suspected the Buriram asphalt surface had a big influence on Yamaha’s success.

“On paper this track is not a circuit that matches Yamaha.

I previously thought we would have difficulties, but in fact we are better here than at Misano then.

For me, the asphalt layout and clutches that really helped us in Thailand were more or less the same,” explained Rossi.

The next race will take place at the Motegi circuit in the Japanese MotoGP. (DN/eV)

NEXT: Rossi Explain Podium Failure at Thailand MotoGP

Rossi Explain Podium Failure at Thailand MotoGP

Rossi Explain Podium Failure at Thailand MotoGP
Valentino Rossi vs Marc Marquez, Race MotoGP Buriram, Thailand 2018 / runganSport English © MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — The last time a Movistar Yamaha rider, Valentino Rossi boarded the last podium was at the German MotoGP.

Rossi actually had a good chance of returning to the third podium in Thailand, but unfortunately his team-mate, Maverick Vinales appeared stronger and took the position of three Italian riders.

“Thailand is the best race for Yamaha in the second half of the season.

We will see during the next race, whether the results are good because of the type of track or whether we really can improve the bike.

“The remaining four races are very important because we have to compete on different circuits,” Rossi said after the race.

For example Ducati, they are strong on all circuits.

At Buriram, we fought in the front group throughout the race, but in the end we always had problems with tires. “I really want to finish on the podium, but Vinales is stronger than me,” Rossi admitted.

Rossi hasn’t really said whether Yamaha can win again?

“Dovi and Marquez were very strong in the second half of the season, from start to finish,” Rossi explained.

“I don’t know if we have the potential to win. The next race will take place at Motegi and this is usually a good track for us.

We hope that the race will take place in dry track conditions, because the year when it rains becomes a nightmare for us,” Rossi explained.

At the beginning of the Thai race Rossi appeared so strong, but why was it so weak on the final laps?

“I feel good with a motorbike and I have enough strength to fight.

So it’s not a physical problem, maybe because Vinales processes tires better than me.

Maybe that’s why he is stronger than me,” Rossi admitted. (DN/eV)

NEXT: Marquez: Finally I Beat Dovi at Last Turn

Marquez: Finally I Beat Dovi at Last Turn

Marquez: Finally I Beat Dovi at Last Turn
Marc Marquez vs Andrea Dovizioso, Race MotoGP Buriram, Thailand 2018 / runganSport English © SpeedWeek.

Buriram, runganSport — Repsol Honda rider, Marc Marquez admitted that he was very relieved after defeating Ducati Team start, Andrea Dovizioso at the end of the Buriram circuit in the Thai MotoGP.

Marquez, who started the race from Pole’s position, was scattered on the initial laps, so in the middle of the race Marquez began to restore his course, had four laps before the finish line.

Finally Marqez managed to defeat Dovi and claim victory in Thailand.

“In the end I was able to get revenge after (losing) three times from Dovi, and on this fourth occasion I changed the style of racing a little.

Honestly, my strategy is to try to go as fast as possible when the race is only ten or eight laps away,” Marquez told Crash.

“I saw Dovi’s speed was good and maybe I could be a little faster, but I had a hard time getting through it because my front tire was too hot, I also couldn’t brake properly at the normal point.

“For that reason I tried to attack before the last lap, to try to cool the front tires a little, but Dovi was really smart and he overtook me every chance.

Then I told myself ‘okay, we’ll see on the last lap’. Then I tried to forget everything, including the standings, to give everything in the race,” continued the Spaniard.

Three laps to finish, Marquez tried to run away from Dovi’s pursuit, but failed and Dovi easily overtook Marquez at each end.

Then Marquez changed the strategy by taking over Dovi’s position.

“I actually tried to look fast at the last corner when three laps were left, I tried to overtake Dovi there, but I couldn’t stop the motorbike in a good way and Dovi passed me.

“So we changed positions and I like the style of Dovi and he did Marquez’s style, and in the end the race ended well for me,” Marquez admitted happily. (DN/eV)

NEXT: Championship Standings, Thailand MotoGP 2018

Championship Standings, Thailand MotoGP 2018

Championship Standings, Thailand MotoGP 2018
Marc Marquez, Championship Standings, Thailand MotoGP 2018 / runganSport English © Twitter/Repsol Honda.

Buriram, EN runganSportMarc Marquez (Repsol Honda) is getting stronger at the top of the standings after successfully winning the 15th series race this season, which took place at the Buriram circuit in Thailand on Sunday (7/10).

Now the Cervera rider has a total of 271 points, ahead of 77 points from his closest competitor, Andrea Dovizioso.

Dovi, who finished second, collected 194 points.

While Movistar Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi was third in 172 points.

Two other drivers, Maverick Vinales (146 points) and Jorge Lorenzo (130 points) each occupied the top four and five.

Championship Standings, Thailand MotoGP 2018

  1. Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda 271
  2. Andrea Dovizioso, Ducati Team 194
  3. Valentino Rossi, Movistar Yamaha 172
  4. Maverick Vinales, Movistar Yamaha 146
  5. Jorge Lorenzo, Ducati Team 130
  6. Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda 128
  7. Danilo Petrucci, Pramac Ducati 126
  8. Johann Zarco, Monster Yamaha Tech3 123
  9. Andrea Iannone, Suzuki Ecstar 113
  10. Alex Rins, Suzuki Ecstar 102
  11. Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda 87
  12. Jack Miller, Pramac Ducati 74
  13. Alvaro Bautista, Angel Nieto Team 72
  14. Tito Rabat, Reale Avintia 35
  15. Franco Morbidelli, EG 0,0 Marc VDS 33
  16. Aleix Espargaro, Factory Aprilia Gresini 32
  17. Pol Espargaro, Red Bull KTM Factory 32
  18. Hafizh Syahrin, Monster Yamaha Tech3 28
  19. Bradley Smith, Red Bull KTM Factory 19
  20. Takaaki Nakagami, LCR Honda 18
  21. Scott Redding, Factory Aprilia Gresini 12
  22. Mika Kallio, Red Bull KTM Factory 6
  23. Karel Abraham, Angel Nieto Team 5
  24. Michele Pirro, Ducati Team 1 (DN/eV)

NEXT: Race Results, Thailand MotoGP 2018

Race Results, Thailand MotoGP 2018

Race Results, Thailand MotoGP 2018
Race Results, Thailand MotoGP 2018 / runganSport English © Twitter/MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Having the race from Pole position, Repsol Honda rider, Marc Marquez came out as the winner in the Thai MotoGP, which took place at the Buriram circuit on Sunday (7/10).

The Spaniard crossed the finish line with a total time of 39 minutes 55,722 seconds.

The second place finish position belongs to the Ducati Team racer Andrea Dovizioso who lost at the last corner of Marquez.

Completing the third podium Buriram this weekend, comes the name of Movistar Yamaha rider, Maverick Vinales.

While his teammates, Valentino Rossi had to settle for finishing fourth and failed to get on the podium.

Rossi’s problem as long as the race is very clearly seen during the ‘exit corner’, apparently the M1 acceleration problem caused by the electronic system still haunts Rossi until now.

Race Results, Thailand MotoGP 2018

  1. Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda 39m 55.722s
  2. Andrea Dovizioso, Ducati Team
  3. Maverick Viñales, Movistar Yamaha
  4. Valentino Rossi, Movistar Yamaha
  5. Johann Zarco, Monster Yamaha Tech3
  6. Alex Rins, Suzuki Ecstar
  7. Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda
  8. Alvaro Bautista, Angel Nieto Team
  9. Danilo Petrucci, Pramac Ducati
  10. Jack Miller, Pramac Ducati
  11. Andrea Iannone, Suzuki Ecstar
  12. Hafizh Syahrin, Monster Yamaha Tech3
  13. Aleix Espargaro, Factory Aprilia Gresini
  14. Franco Morbidelli, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
  15. Bradley Smith, Red Bull KTM Factory
  16. Scott Redding, Factory Aprilia Gresini
  17. Karel Abraham, Angel Nieto Team
  18. Xavier Simeon, Reale Avintia
  19. Jordi Torres, Reale Avintia
  20. Thomas Luthi, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
  21. Pol Espargaro, Red Bull KTM Factory
  22. Takaaki Nakagami, LCR Honda
  23. Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda DNF. (DN/eV)

NEXT: Championship Standings, Thailand Moto2 2018

Championship Standings, Thailand Moto2 2018

Championship Standings, Thailand Moto2 2018
Francesco Bagnaia, Championship Standings, Thailand Moto2 2018 / runganSport English © Twitter.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Italian rider, Francesco Bagnaia is increasingly strong at the top of the league while Moto2 has won the race in Thailand.

The Italian driver currently has 259 points.

In second place, there was Miguel Oliveira with 231 points and third was Oliveira’s teammate, Brad Binder, who now has 157 points.

Championship Standings, Thailand Moto2 2018

  1. Francesco BAGNAIA, Kalex 259
  2. Miguel OLIVEIRA, KTM 231
  3. Brad BINDER, KTM 157
  4. Lorenzo BALDASSARRI, Kalex 132
  5. Alex MARQUEZ, Kalex 126
  6. Joan MIR, Kalex 124
  7. Marcel SCHROTTER, Kalex 118
  8. Mattia PASINI, Kalex 113
  9. Fabio QUARTARARO, Speed Up 111
  10. Luca MARINI, Kalex 104
  11. Xavi VIERGE, Kalex 101
  12. Jorge NAVARRO, Kalex 55
  13. Iker LECUONA, KTM 52
  14. Simone CORSI, Kalex 47
  15. Sam LOWES, KTM 46
  16. Andrea LOCATELLI, Kalex 41
  17. Remy GARDNER, Tech3 28
  18. Dominique AEGERTER, KTM 27
  19. Tetsuta NAGASHIMA, Kalex 16
  20. Romano FENATI, Kalex 14
  21. Augusto FERNANDEZ, Kalex 14
  22. Hector BARBERA, Kalex 10
  23. Stefano MANZI, Suter 8
  24. Danny KENT, Speed Up 8
  25. Isaac VINALES, Suter 7
  26. Joe ROBERTS, NTS 5
  27. Bo BENDSNEYDER, Tech3 2
  28. Khairul Idham PAWI, Kalex 1
  29. Steven ODENDAAL, NTS 1
  30. Niki TUULI, Kalex 1
  31. Jesko RAFFIN, Kalex 1 (DN/eV)

NEXT: Race Results, Thailand Moto2 2018

Race Results, Thailand Moto2 2018

Race Results, Thailand Moto2 2018
Francesco Bagnaia, Race Results, Thailand Moto2 2018 / runganSport English © Twitter/MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Sky Racing Team VR46 rider, Francesco Bagnaia managed to emerge victorious in the Moto2 Thailand race at the Buriram circuit on Sunday (7/10).

The second podium belongs to Pecco’s teammate, Luca Marini.

This three-time podium falls on the Portuguese start, Miguel Oliveira.

Race Results, Thailand Moto2 2018

  1. Francesco Bagnaia, SKY Racing Team VR46 39m 0.009s
  2. Luca Marini, SKY Racing Team VR46
  3. Miguel Oliveira, Red Bull KTM Ajo
  4. Brad Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo
  5. Fabio Quartararo, MB Conveyors – Speed Up
  6. Mattia Pasini, Italtrans Racing Team
  7. Iker Lecuona, Swiss Innovative Investors
  8. Tetsuta Nagashima, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
  9. Andrea Locatelli, Italtrans Racing Team
  10. Simone Corsi, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2
  11. Xavi Vierge, Dynavolt Intact GP
  12. Remy Gardner, Tech 3 Racing
  13. Joe Roberts, NTS RW Racing GP
  14. Bo Bendsneyder, Tech 3 Racing
  15. Niki Tuuli, Petronas Sprinta Racing
  16. Dominique Aegerter, Kiefer Racing
  17. Jorge Navarro, Federal Oil Gresini Moto2
  18. Thitipong Warokorn, SAG Team
  19. Edgar Pons, MB Conveyors – Speed Up
  20. Jules Danilo, Nashi Argan SAG Team
  21. Khairul Idham Pawi, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
  22. Xavi Cardelus, Marinelli Snipers Team
  23. Steven Odendaal, NTS RW Racing GP
  24. Isaac Viñales, Forward Racing Team
  25. Federico Fuligni, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2
  26. Sam Lowes, Swiss Innovative Investors DNF
  27. Lorenzo Baldassarri, Pons HP40 DNF
  28. Alex Marquez, EG 0,0 Marc VDS DNF
  29. Stefano Manzi, Forward Racing DNF
  30. Augusto Fernandez, Pons HP40 DNF
  31. Marcel Schrotter, Dynavolt Intact GP DNF
  32. Joan Mir, EG 0,0 Marc VDS DNF. (DN/eV)

NEXT: Championship Standings, Thailand Moto3 2018

Championship Standings, Thailand Moto3 2018

Klasemen Sementara Moto3 Usai GP Thailand 2018
Jorge Martin, Championship Standings, Thailand Moto3 2018/ runganSport  English © Twitter/MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Despite not winning and not going to the podium in Thailand this weekend, the Spaniard, Jorge Martin is still able to maintain his position in the Moto3 standings.

Martin has currently collected a total of 204 points, followed by Italian rider Marco Bezzecci with 178 points.

Bezzecchi did not get additional points this time because it fell and failed to finish on the final lap.

Completing the third position of the standings, Italian rider, Fabio Di Giannantonio was 175 points.

Championship Standings, Thailand Moto3 2018

  1. Jorge MARTIN, Honda 204
  2. Marco BEZZECCHI, KTM 178
  3. Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO, Honda 175
  4. Enea BASTIANINI, Honda 133
  5. Aron CANET, Honda 118
  6. Lorenzo DALLA PORTA, Honda 111
  7. Gabriel RODRIGO, KTM 108
  8. Jakub KORNFEIL, KTM 102
  9. Marcos RAMIREZ, KTM 86
  10. Andrea MIGNO, KTM 76
  11. Albert ARENAS, KTM 69
  12. Jaume MASIA, KTM 61
  13. Philipp OETTL, KTM 57
  14. Niccolò ANTONELLI, Honda 56
  15. Tatsuki SUZUKI, Honda 50
  16. John MCPHEE, KTM 49
  17. Dennis FOGGIA, KTM 42
  18. Tony ARBOLINO, Honda 39
  19. Adam NORRODIN, Honda 37
  20. Kaito TOBA, Honda 33
  21. Ayumu SASAKI, Honda 32
  22. Alonso LOPEZ, Honda 31
  23. Darryn BINDER, KTM 28
  24. Nicolo BULEGA, KTM 18
  25. Vicente PEREZ, KTM 13
  26. Raul FERNANDEZ, KTM 13
  27. Makar YURCHENKO, KTM 9
  28. Livio LOI, KTM 8
  29. Kazuki MASAKI, KTM 8
  30. Somkiat CHANTRA, Honda 7
  31. Manuel PAGLIANI, Honda 6
  32. Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT, Honda 2
  33. Ai OGURA, Honda 1. (DN/eV)

NEXT: Race Results, Thailand Moto3 2018

Race Results, Thailand Moto3 2018

Race Results, Thailand Moto3 2018
Race Results, Thailand Moto3 2018 / runganSport English © Twitter/MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Italian rider, Fabio Di Giannantonio won the Thailand Moto3 race, which took place at the Buriram circuit on Sunday (7/10).

Two and three podiums belong to two other Italian riders, Lorenzo Dalla Porta and Dennis Poggia.

Completing the top five finish position, there were two names from Spain, Jorge Martin and Gabriel Rodrigo.

Race Results, Thailand Moto3 2018

  1. Fabio Di Giannantonio, Del Conca Gresini Moto3 38m 10.789s
  2. Lorenzo Dalla Porta, Leopard Racing
  3. Dennis Foggia, SKY Racing Team VR46
  4. Jorge Martin, Del Conca Gresini Moto3
  5. Gabriel Rodrigo, RBA BOE Skull Rider
  6. Vicente Perez, Reale Avintia Academy 77
  7. Nicolo Bulega, SKY Racing Team VR46
  8. Marcos Ramirez, Bester Capital Dubai
  9. Somkiat Chantra, AP Honda Racing Thailand
  10. Jakub Kornfeil, Redox PruestelGP
  11. Andrea Migno, Angel Nieto Team Moto3
  12. Kaito Toba, Honda Team Asia
  13. Philipp Oettl, Sudmetal Schedl GP Racing
  14. Tony Arbolino, Marinelli Snipers Team
  15. Adam Norrodin, Petronas Sprinta Racing
  16. Apiwath Wongthananon, VR46 Master Camp Team
  17. Jaume Masia, Bester Capital Dubai
  18. Jeremy Alcoba, Estrella Galicia 0,0
  19. Stefano Nepa, CIP – Green Power
  20. Kazuki Masaki, RBA BOE Skull Rider
  21. Marco Bezzecchi, Redox PruestelGP DNF
  22. Enea Bastianini, Leopard Racing DNF
  23. John McPhee, CIP – Green Power DNF
  24. Nakarin Atiratphuvapat, Honda Team Asia DNF
  25. Ayumu Sasaki, Petronas Sprinta Racing DNF
  26. Albert Arenas, Angel Nieto Team Moto3 DNF
  27. Niccolò Antonelli, SIC58 Squadra Corse DNF
  28. Tatsuki Suzuki, SIC58 Squadra Corse DNF
  29. Darryn Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo DNF
  30. Alonso Lopez, Estrella Galicia 0,0 DNF (DN/eV)

NEXT: Qualifying Results, Thailand Moto2 2018