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Re-live each Grand Prix of the 2017 season with this 52' program which includes highlights, news, reports and interviews from the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes.

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Description

Re-live each Grand Prix of the 2017 season with this 52' program which includes highlights, news, reports and interviews from the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes.

    • Épisode 1

    Grand Prix of Qatar

    Rain, delays, uncertainty and a decision for a slightly shortened race distance prefaced the 20 laps that then blew the drama out the water: MotoGP™ is back for 2017, and in some style. After stealing the headlines throughout preseason, Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) retains them after his first win for Yamaha – but easy it wasn’t, as the polesitter fought it out with Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) in an awesome desert duel. Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) completed the podium in third after coming back from P10 on the grid.

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    • 54 minutes

    Rain, delays, uncertainty and a decision for a slightly shortened race distance prefaced the 20 laps that then blew the drama out the water: MotoGP™ is back for 2017, and in some style. After stealing the headlines throughout preseason, Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) retains them after his first win for Yamaha – but easy it wasn’t, as the polesitter fought it out with Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) in an awesome desert duel. Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) completed the podium in third after coming back from P10 on the grid.

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    • 54 minutes
    • Épisode 2

    Gran Premio Motul de Argentina

    MotoGP has a tendency to keep making history of late, and the Gran Premio Motul de la Republica Argentina was no different - as Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) became the first Yamaha rider since Wayne Rainey in 1990 to win the first two races of the year, taking a stunning win as drama hit the grid behind. Teammate Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) created another miracle in P2, with LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow completing the podium in style as top Independent Team rider.

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    • 54 minutes

    MotoGP has a tendency to keep making history of late, and the Gran Premio Motul de la Republica Argentina was no different - as Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) became the first Yamaha rider since Wayne Rainey in 1990 to win the first two races of the year, taking a stunning win as drama hit the grid behind. Teammate Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) created another miracle in P2, with LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow completing the podium in style as top Independent Team rider.

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    • Épisode 3

    Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas

    Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) initially fought it out with teammate Dani Pedrosa for victory in the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas, before being able to break clear in the latter laps of the race to take his stunning fifth win in a row in Austin – his 11th straight win on US soil in an incredible statistic. Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) then put on a late charge to take second, with Pedrosa completing the podium – and former Championship leader Maverick Viñales crashing out early on.

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    • 53 minutes

    Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) initially fought it out with teammate Dani Pedrosa for victory in the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas, before being able to break clear in the latter laps of the race to take his stunning fifth win in a row in Austin – his 11th straight win on US soil in an incredible statistic. Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) then put on a late charge to take second, with Pedrosa completing the podium – and former Championship leader Maverick Viñales crashing out early on.

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    • Épisode 4

    Gran Premio Red Bull de España

    Dani Pedrosa took an impervious victory in his home Gran Premio Red Bull de España, storming away from his first pole position since Sepang 2015 and never looking back. The MotoGP race in Jerez was race number 3000 in the World Championship and one of the riders equal third on all-time podiums proved a fitting winner. Reigning Champion Marc Marquez made inroads in the points battle in second, ahead of a stunning home ride from another five-time World Champion – Jorge Lorenzo, sharing the podium with Pedrosa to keep the parity at 146 rostrum finishes apiece for the former nemeses.

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    • 53 minutes

    Dani Pedrosa took an impervious victory in his home Gran Premio Red Bull de España, storming away from his first pole position since Sepang 2015 and never looking back. The MotoGP race in Jerez was race number 3000 in the World Championship and one of the riders equal third on all-time podiums proved a fitting winner. Reigning Champion Marc Marquez made inroads in the points battle in second, ahead of a stunning home ride from another five-time World Champion – Jorge Lorenzo, sharing the podium with Pedrosa to keep the parity at 146 rostrum finishes apiece for the former nemeses.

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    • 53 minutes
    • Épisode 5

    HJC Helmets Grand Prix de France

    The first Movistar Yamaha duel of the season saw Maverick Viñales the man to take the stunning 500th win for Yamaha after a clash of the titans at Le Mans – with the tremors from the French GP felt throughout the Championship standings as the dust settles. With both Yamahas dueling on the last lap, the number 46 dramatically slid out of contention from behind his teammate to lose the Championship lead – and join Repsol Honda Team’s Marc Marquez on the list of those leaving Le Mans empty handed.

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    • 54 minutes

    The first Movistar Yamaha duel of the season saw Maverick Viñales the man to take the stunning 500th win for Yamaha after a clash of the titans at Le Mans – with the tremors from the French GP felt throughout the Championship standings as the dust settles. With both Yamahas dueling on the last lap, the number 46 dramatically slid out of contention from behind his teammate to lose the Championship lead – and join Repsol Honda Team’s Marc Marquez on the list of those leaving Le Mans empty handed.

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    • 54 minutes
    • Épisode 6

    Gran Premio d’Italia Oakley

    Italian rider, Italian bike, Italian GP... and the tricolore flew high over the podium at Mugello, as Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso took a magnificent win battling rivals on track, and illness off it, to cross the line over a second clear of Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) and an impressive home podium for second Italian Danilo Petrucci.

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    • 52 minutes

    Italian rider, Italian bike, Italian GP... and the tricolore flew high over the podium at Mugello, as Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso took a magnificent win battling rivals on track, and illness off it, to cross the line over a second clear of Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) and an impressive home podium for second Italian Danilo Petrucci.

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    • Épisode 7

    Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

    Andrea Dovizioso has taken an incredible second win of the season in the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya, making him the first Ducati rider to take back-to-back wins for the Borgo Panigale factory since two-time MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner achieved the feat in 2010. Reigning Champion Marc Marquez left a spate of crashes in practice behind to take second, with his teammate - polesitter Dani Pedrosa – completing the rostrum.

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    • 55 minutes

    Andrea Dovizioso has taken an incredible second win of the season in the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya, making him the first Ducati rider to take back-to-back wins for the Borgo Panigale factory since two-time MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner achieved the feat in 2010. Reigning Champion Marc Marquez left a spate of crashes in practice behind to take second, with his teammate - polesitter Dani Pedrosa – completing the rostrum.

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    • Épisode 8

    Motul Tt Assen

    Valentino Rossi penned another stunning chapter in what is now the longest winning career in the history of Grand Prix motorcycle racing at the 'Cathedral' of speed, as the number 46 took his 115th win in the Motul TT Assen, more than 20 years after his first. Six hundredths of a second was the distance between victory and podium, as Rossi just headed compatriot Danilo Petrucci over the line. Reigning Champion Marc Marquez won a three-way fight for third to complete the rostrum in another close contest, beating Cal Crutchlow by 0.042 at the flag.

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    • 54 minutes

    Valentino Rossi penned another stunning chapter in what is now the longest winning career in the history of Grand Prix motorcycle racing at the 'Cathedral' of speed, as the number 46 took his 115th win in the Motul TT Assen, more than 20 years after his first. Six hundredths of a second was the distance between victory and podium, as Rossi just headed compatriot Danilo Petrucci over the line. Reigning Champion Marc Marquez won a three-way fight for third to complete the rostrum in another close contest, beating Cal Crutchlow by 0.042 at the flag.

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    • 54 minutes
    • Épisode 9

    GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland

    Marc Márquez has taken an incredible eighth win in a row at the ‘Sachsenring’, extending his run from the 125 World Championship to another year of the premier class – with all those wins from pole. It was anything but easy, however – with German rookie Jonas Folger pushing the reigning Champion on home turf throughout the race in a stunning ride to his first podium. Dani Pedrosa completed the podium to get back in contention following a more difficult Dutch GP.

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    • 53 minutes

    Marc Márquez has taken an incredible eighth win in a row at the ‘Sachsenring’, extending his run from the 125 World Championship to another year of the premier class – with all those wins from pole. It was anything but easy, however – with German rookie Jonas Folger pushing the reigning Champion on home turf throughout the race in a stunning ride to his first podium. Dani Pedrosa completed the podium to get back in contention following a more difficult Dutch GP.

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    • Épisode 10

    Monster Energy Grand Prix České Republiky

    Marc Marquez threw down the gauntlet to his Championship rivals in the Czech GP, with the race declared wet but the track quickly drying at the start – conditions made for a Marquez miracle decision, and that’s exactly what the number 93 pulled off. A second consecutive victory saw him grow his Championship lead, with teammate Dani Pedrosa closing in on those above him with an impressive ride into second – his 150th podium. Maverick Viñales managed to charge back up through the field to complete the rostrum.

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    Marc Marquez threw down the gauntlet to his Championship rivals in the Czech GP, with the race declared wet but the track quickly drying at the start – conditions made for a Marquez miracle decision, and that’s exactly what the number 93 pulled off. A second consecutive victory saw him grow his Championship lead, with teammate Dani Pedrosa closing in on those above him with an impressive ride into second – his 150th podium. Maverick Viñales managed to charge back up through the field to complete the rostrum.

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    • Épisode 11

    NeroGiardini Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich

    Some races immediately enter the history books as the flag falls. The 2017 Austrian GP proves one such example, as Andrea Dovizioso and Marc Marquez staged a showcase of the best of the sport, right down to the wire. Almost side-by-side over the line, it was ‘DesmoDovi’ who took his third win of the year – with Marquez just keeping it on track for second in signature style. Dani Pedrosa completed the podium, coming back in style from a Q1 hurdle on Saturday to make big points gains in the standings.

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    • 52 minutes

    Some races immediately enter the history books as the flag falls. The 2017 Austrian GP proves one such example, as Andrea Dovizioso and Marc Marquez staged a showcase of the best of the sport, right down to the wire. Almost side-by-side over the line, it was ‘DesmoDovi’ who took his third win of the year – with Marquez just keeping it on track for second in signature style. Dani Pedrosa completed the podium, coming back in style from a Q1 hurdle on Saturday to make big points gains in the standings.

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    • 52 minutes
    • Épisode 12

    Octo British Grand Prix

    Andrea Dovizioso became the first man to win four races this season, as the Championship challenger put on a tactical masterclass once again. In a close second but unable to make a last lap lunge was Maverick Viñales, with early leader Valentino Rossi completing the podium. As well as the podium finishers, the standings took a shake up as Marc Márquez was forced to retire.

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    • 52 minutes

    Andrea Dovizioso became the first man to win four races this season, as the Championship challenger put on a tactical masterclass once again. In a close second but unable to make a last lap lunge was Maverick Viñales, with early leader Valentino Rossi completing the podium. As well as the podium finishers, the standings took a shake up as Marc Márquez was forced to retire.

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    • Épisode 13

    Tribul Mastercard Gran Premio de San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini

    Marc Marquez took his fourth win of the year in a high stakes duel at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, with the conditions torrential and the top three in the title fight lining up for the challenge on the front row. But as the spray cleared, it was Danilo Petrucci just ahead of the reigning Champion on track as the two dueled - and Marquez pounced on the last lap for another 25 point haul. That gives the number 93 the Championship lead once again as Andrea Dovizioso came home third, with the two rivals equal on points and equal on wins - and Marquez ahead by virtue of more second places.

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    • 51 minutes

    Marc Marquez took his fourth win of the year in a high stakes duel at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, with the conditions torrential and the top three in the title fight lining up for the challenge on the front row. But as the spray cleared, it was Danilo Petrucci just ahead of the reigning Champion on track as the two dueled - and Marquez pounced on the last lap for another 25 point haul. That gives the number 93 the Championship lead once again as Andrea Dovizioso came home third, with the two rivals equal on points and equal on wins - and Marquez ahead by virtue of more second places.

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    • Épisode 14

    Gran Premio Movistar de Aragón

    Marc Marquez took win number six of the season on home turf at MotorLand Aragón, picking off his rivals on the way to the front to make some serious gains as key contenders Andrea Dovizioso and Maverick Viñales finished off the podium. Dani Pedrosa sliced through to second, and Jorge Lorenzo made it a Spanish trio on the podium at home as he led from the front before eventually crossing the line in third - his second podium in red.

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    • 53 minutes

    Marc Marquez took win number six of the season on home turf at MotorLand Aragón, picking off his rivals on the way to the front to make some serious gains as key contenders Andrea Dovizioso and Maverick Viñales finished off the podium. Dani Pedrosa sliced through to second, and Jorge Lorenzo made it a Spanish trio on the podium at home as he led from the front before eventually crossing the line in third - his second podium in red.

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    • Épisode 15

    Motul Grand Prix of Japan

    In pouring rain at the Twin Ring Motegi, Andrea Dovizioso and Marc Marquez staged one of the greatest MotoGP duels of all time, putting everything on the line down to the final lap and the final corner. And despite the best efforts of the reigning Champion, it was Andrea Dovizioso who emerged victorious from 'Victory' corner in Japan - taking his fifth win of the season, the seventh of his career, and one of the most spectacular in history. Marquez was an incredibly close second for his 100th career podium, with Danilo Petrucci completing the podium.

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    • 52 minutes

    In pouring rain at the Twin Ring Motegi, Andrea Dovizioso and Marc Marquez staged one of the greatest MotoGP duels of all time, putting everything on the line down to the final lap and the final corner. And despite the best efforts of the reigning Champion, it was Andrea Dovizioso who emerged victorious from 'Victory' corner in Japan - taking his fifth win of the season, the seventh of his career, and one of the most spectacular in history. Marquez was an incredibly close second for his 100th career podium, with Danilo Petrucci completing the podium.

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    • Épisode 16

    Michelin® Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

    Marc Marquez took his sixth win of the year in a scintillating Phillip Island showdown, breaking away from an eight-rider fight for the win in the latter stages to take to the top step. After a tough race for title rival Andrea Dovizioso as the Italian suffered an early run off and was only able to fight back to 13th, it leaves the rider from Cervera now 33 points clear in the standings. Valentino Rossi took second as he came out on top of a three-way fight for the podium, with teammate Maverick Viñales taking third. Viñales is now out of the Championship fight, 50 points back with two rounds to go.

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    • 52 minutes

    Marc Marquez took his sixth win of the year in a scintillating Phillip Island showdown, breaking away from an eight-rider fight for the win in the latter stages to take to the top step. After a tough race for title rival Andrea Dovizioso as the Italian suffered an early run off and was only able to fight back to 13th, it leaves the rider from Cervera now 33 points clear in the standings. Valentino Rossi took second as he came out on top of a three-way fight for the podium, with teammate Maverick Viñales taking third. Viñales is now out of the Championship fight, 50 points back with two rounds to go.

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    • Épisode 17

    Shell Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix

    It was a must win in many ways for Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso as the paddock arrived at Sepang International Circuit, and the Italian kept calm under intense pressure to secure his sixth win of the season – and take the Championship fight down to the wire. Slicing through the rain to catch and pass teammate Jorge Lorenzo, Dovizioso was seven tenths clear of the Majorcan at the flag in a 1-2 for Ducati – and key rival Marc Marquez crossed the line in fourth. Johann Zarco completed the podium after a stunning start, wrapping up the title of top Independent Team rider.

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    It was a must win in many ways for Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso as the paddock arrived at Sepang International Circuit, and the Italian kept calm under intense pressure to secure his sixth win of the season – and take the Championship fight down to the wire. Slicing through the rain to catch and pass teammate Jorge Lorenzo, Dovizioso was seven tenths clear of the Majorcan at the flag in a 1-2 for Ducati – and key rival Marc Marquez crossed the line in fourth. Johann Zarco completed the podium after a stunning start, wrapping up the title of top Independent Team rider.

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    • Épisode 18

    Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana

    In a stunningly dramatic and tense #FinalShowdown at Valencia, Marc Marquez took his sixth world title and fourth MotoGP™ World Championship despite a huge front end moment into Turn 1 and a run off track, coming home third in the race to defend his crown. Title rival Andrea Dovizioso similarly suffered a run off from P4, but the Italian was unable to save it and sadly crashed out of contention in the race and Championship. At the front, the race was a duel to the line between Repsol Honda Team’s Dani Pedrosa and Monster Yamaha Tech 3’s Johann Zarco – with the race decided in favour of the Spaniard on final lap as Pedrosa pounced and defended to perfection for his second victory of the year.

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    • 52 minutes

    In a stunningly dramatic and tense #FinalShowdown at Valencia, Marc Marquez took his sixth world title and fourth MotoGP™ World Championship despite a huge front end moment into Turn 1 and a run off track, coming home third in the race to defend his crown. Title rival Andrea Dovizioso similarly suffered a run off from P4, but the Italian was unable to save it and sadly crashed out of contention in the race and Championship. At the front, the race was a duel to the line between Repsol Honda Team’s Dani Pedrosa and Monster Yamaha Tech 3’s Johann Zarco – with the race decided in favour of the Spaniard on final lap as Pedrosa pounced and defended to perfection for his second victory of the year.

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