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The Repsol Honda Team Manager analyses the seventh round of the season, in which Marc Márquez achieved his fourth victory of the year and Jorge Lorenzo crashed out on Lap 2.
The Repsol Honda Team rider extends his series lead to 37 points. Jorge Lorenzo crashes on Lap 2 when up into fourth position.
Marc Márquez was just 15 thousandths of a second off pole in the qualifying session, placing second after a great performance. Jorge Lorenzo will start the Catalan GP from tenth position.
The reigning MotoGP World Champion led FP1 and finished the day ninth on the combined timesheets. Jorge Lorenzo placed fourteenth.
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The Repsol Honda team riders will take part in the Catalan Grand Prix this weekend, the seventh round of the MotoGP World Championship season.
In 1995, the Catalunya GP was the last race of the season. Although the Catalunya circuit was not new on the calendar, the event had been known as the European GP since 1992.
Repsol Honda team manager analyses Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa’s performances at the Catalan GP, and gives his view from the garage.
Second position for reigning World Champion, who extends his lead in the overall standings after the Catalan Grand Prix. Dani Pedrosa gains six positions to finish fifth.
Repsol Honda rider finishes just 66 thousandths of a second off pole position, having gone through Q1. Pedrosa will take off from Row 4, in eleventh.
Repsol Honda Team riders finish the first day at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with Pedrosa setting the eighth best time and Márquez, who suffered a crash, twelfth.
The Repsol Honda team riders will be looking to repeat last year’s podium at the Catalan Grand Prix, the seventh round of the MotoGP World Championship.
Repsol Honda Team riders finish second and third, respectively at the Catalan GP.
Repsol Honda rider is fastest in qualifying and takes de pole position just as he was at Jerez. Marc Márquez will head the second row of the grid.
Repsol Honda rider leads two Free Practice sessions held on Friday, with Pedrosa fourth and seventh on first day in Catalonia.
Two weeks ago, Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa were able to test the changes made to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Ahead of the race there this weekend, we got onboard the bike of the reigning MotoGP World Champion for this spectacular video.
Pair climb to 1,000 metres before facing the seventh race of the season at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya -where speeds exceed 300km/h at the end of the home straight.
Repsol Honda team riders finish on the podium at Catalan GP, with Marc Marquez second and Dani Pedrosa third.
Positive second day of practice for Repsol Honda team riders at Catalan GP, with Marquez occupying the top position on the starting grid and Pedrosa in third.
Repsol Honda Team riders look to carry the positive momentum of Mugello over to Catalan GP this weekend.