2021MotoGP German station Marquez grabs the 11th consecutive victory in the German station!


On the Catalunya circuit in Spain two weeks ago, Oliveira, who has been in the lead since the second lap, won the championship. Zarco and Miller also boarded the podium seats. After a week of rest, MotoGP moved to the Sachsenring in Germany this week. Race track.

Last year (2020), the German station was cancelled due to the Covid-19 epidemic, and it was pushed back to the 2019 season. M. Marquez set an amazing record of 10 consecutive victories here. Vinales passed the finish line in second place and third. The name is Crutchlow, who has already withdrawn from the driver lineup this season; this year M.Marquez has ended in DNF for three consecutive races. Will he have the opportunity to advance the record to 11 consecutive championships?

The German race was very fierce from qualifying. The final results of the 12 drivers in Q2 were all within 1 second. The qualifying results are as follows: Although they turned back and rushed out of the track after running the fastest lap, Zarco Still taking pole position with a gap of 0.011 seconds, Quartararo interrupted Quartararo’s recent record of starting from pole position for five consecutive races.

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There are also Quartararo and A. Espargaro starting from the front row. Among them, A. Espargaro started from the third position, but it is a long time away for Aprilia, because the record of their last start from the front row can be traced back to MotoGP using 500cc, 250cc, 125cc classification, the engine is still 2000 with two strokes.

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Miller, M. Marquez, Oliveira from the second row, Rins 11th, veteran Rossi 16th, and Vinales who were absent from the last race, will be chasing forward from 21st. Only Quartararo in the YAMAHA camp ran into Q2 and the starting position. 2nd.

The race with a single lap of 3.7km and a total of 30 laps started at an atmospheric temperature of 28 and a track temperature of 39 degrees. After the lights were off, A. Espargaro and M. Marquez instantly jumped from the fifth position to take the first place in the corner. Zarco, who rose to No. 2 and overtook A. Espargaro before Turn 13 on lap 1, and started from pole position, Zarco temporarily fell behind to No. 3.

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On the 4th lap at the 13th turn, Oliveira eliminated Quartararo and advanced to 5th. Rins, who started in 11th place, has also reached 8th.

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On lap 8, at turn 1, Miller attacked Zarco, who was also a Red Army, and successfully surpassed it to third. Then, on lap 10, at turn 1, A. Espargaro went to the second and the rear Oliveira also followed to the third. .

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On the 12th lap, Oliveira attacked Miller and took the victory and advanced to the second place, about 1.7 seconds behind M. Marquez.

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On lap 18, Quartararo surpassed A. Espargaro to 4th place with a clean and neat offensive. On lap 19, he forced Miller to advance to 3rd place. Unfortunately, there was already a gap of almost 3 seconds from Oliveira ahead.

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Binder forced A. Espargaro on the 23rd lap to reach 5th, which means that Aprilia is getting further and further away from the podium…

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In the end, although Oliveira continued to catch up with the seconds, M.Marquez took the lead to win the championship, which was over a year old, and at the same time pushed his personal record in Germany to 11 consecutive victories; Oliveira crossed the finish line in 2nd place, Quartararo in 3rd place, Binder in 4th and 5th place and Bagnaia who surpassed in the last minute, and the 6th to 10th places were Miller, A. Espargaro, Zarco, Mir and P. Espargaro. .

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German GP results

Ranking Numbering Rider Fleet total time
1 93 Marc Marquez Repsol Honda Team 41 minutes 7.243 seconds
2 88 Miguel Oliveira Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 1.610 seconds slower
3 20 Fabio Quartararo Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 6.772 seconds slower
4 33 Brad Binder Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 7.922 seconds slower
5 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati Lenovo Team 8.591 seconds slower
6 43 Jack Miller Ducati Lenovo Team 9.086 seconds slower
7 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 9.371 seconds slower
8 5 Johann Zarco Pramac Racing 11.439 seconds slower
9 36 Joan Mir Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 11.625 seconds slower
10 44 Pol Espargaro Repsol Honda Team 14.769 seconds slower
11 42 Alex Rins Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 16.803 seconds slower
12 89 Jorge Martin Pramac Racing 16.915 seconds slower
13 30 Takaaki Nakagami LCR Honda IDEMTSU 19.217 seconds slower
14 46 Valentino Rossi Petronas Yamaha SRT 22.300 seconds slower
15 10 Luca Marini SKY VR46 Esponsorama 23.615 seconds slower

“Webike Taiwan” Editorial Department-Report by JIMMY

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