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The Repsol Honda Team rider crosses the line in fourth position in his first complete race after his most recent operation. Pol Espargaró places twelfth.
The Repsol Honda Team rider will begin the Japanese Grand Prix race at the front of the grid. Pol Espargaró will start from eleventh.
Good start to the Japanese Grand Prix for Repsol Honda Team riders in the only Friday session.
Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró will travel to Motegi this week to compete in the Japanese Grand Prix, the first of four rounds that will be held in Asia and Oceania.
Transoceanic journeys are always a challenge for MotoGP, but this season's circumstances have posed an additional challenge to the championship: to travel directly from Aragon to Japan in just a week.
The Repsol Honda Team Manager, Alberto Puig, highlights the effort required to maintain the team’s efficiency and passion, after victory in Japan.
Repsol Honda Team rider claims victory in Japan and moves level with Mick Doohan on 54 wins in the premier class.
Repsol Moto3 rider places 4 tenths behind the race winner on his first visit to Japan. Alonso López finishes ninth and Ryusei Yamanaka claims a point.
The Repsol Honda Team rider sets the best qualifying time at the only circuit where he has not been on pole in the premier class. Jorge Lorenzo will start nineteenth.
New 2019 MotoGP World Champion shows good pace in first two Free Practice sessions, with Jorge Lorenzo experiencing Motegi for the first time with a Honda.