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A 52 minute programme covering all the action of each Grand Prix, including race highlights of all three classes, qualifying summaries, news items, as well as interviews with the Moto3™ and Moto2™ races winners and with the MotoGP™ podium finishers.

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Description

A 52 minute programme covering all the action of each Grand Prix, including race highlights of all three classes, qualifying summaries, news items, as well as interviews with the Moto3™ and Moto2™ races winners and with the MotoGP™ podium finishers.

    • Épisode 1

    Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar

    World Champion Marc Marquez started his MotoGP title defence with a victory in Qatar, beating Valentino Rossi in a close battle, leaving Dani Pedrosa coming home third. During the race, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Jorge Lorenzo crashed out of the lead at turn 15 on the first lap, meaning his season starts with a DNF after he had struggled with grip issues throughout the weekend. Meanwhile, after eight laps the race was over for Stefan Bradl who had led the contest for several circulations. Coming from seventh on the grid and taking advantage of Lorenzo's crash and some errors ahead of him, Bradl was writing headlines for LCR Honda but perhaps the pressure of Marquez and Rossi on his shoulder was too much, as the German slid off track.

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    World Champion Marc Marquez started his MotoGP title defence with a victory in Qatar, beating Valentino Rossi in a close battle, leaving Dani Pedrosa coming home third. During the race, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Jorge Lorenzo crashed out of the lead at turn 15 on the first lap, meaning his season starts with a DNF after he had struggled with grip issues throughout the weekend. Meanwhile, after eight laps the race was over for Stefan Bradl who had led the contest for several circulations. Coming from seventh on the grid and taking advantage of Lorenzo's crash and some errors ahead of him, Bradl was writing headlines for LCR Honda but perhaps the pressure of Marquez and Rossi on his shoulder was too much, as the German slid off track.

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    • Épisode 2

    Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas

    Marc Marquez utterly dominated the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas race, taking victory by a four second margin from his Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa, with Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) completing the podium. A jump start ruined the race for Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) as he finished 10th after a ride-through penalty. Lorenzo took the holeshot after a bizarre error from the former World Champion and he rode through the pit lane at the end of the first lap, leaving Marquez clear at the front. Pedrosa tried to stay with Marquez, who was the only 'Factory' rider to run the hard rear tyre, but the youngster sped away to become the first rider to win the first two races of the year from pole in the premier class since Mick Doohan in 1995.

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    Marc Marquez utterly dominated the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas race, taking victory by a four second margin from his Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa, with Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) completing the podium. A jump start ruined the race for Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) as he finished 10th after a ride-through penalty. Lorenzo took the holeshot after a bizarre error from the former World Champion and he rode through the pit lane at the end of the first lap, leaving Marquez clear at the front. Pedrosa tried to stay with Marquez, who was the only 'Factory' rider to run the hard rear tyre, but the youngster sped away to become the first rider to win the first two races of the year from pole in the premier class since Mick Doohan in 1995.

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    • Épisode 3

    Gran Premio Red Bull de la Republica Argentina

    An enthralling MotoGP race at the Gran Premio Red Bull de la Republica Argentina saw Marc Marquez clinch his third win of the year, ahead of Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo in the top three. As the race at Termas de Rio Hondo got underway, Marquez got caught up in the crowd on lap one but played it patiently, picking off his opponents to get into second - eventually hunting down early leader Lorenzo, with his winning move coming 8 laps from the end. It was a good day for the Repsol Honda team as Pedrosa stayed in the chase throughout the race, eventually overtaking Lorenzo on the penultimate lap for second. Lorenzo's Movistar Yamaha MotoGP teammate Valentino Rossi was briefly into second early on, but ran wide twice and dropped to seventh before fighting his way back up to fourth.

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    An enthralling MotoGP race at the Gran Premio Red Bull de la Republica Argentina saw Marc Marquez clinch his third win of the year, ahead of Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo in the top three. As the race at Termas de Rio Hondo got underway, Marquez got caught up in the crowd on lap one but played it patiently, picking off his opponents to get into second - eventually hunting down early leader Lorenzo, with his winning move coming 8 laps from the end. It was a good day for the Repsol Honda team as Pedrosa stayed in the chase throughout the race, eventually overtaking Lorenzo on the penultimate lap for second. Lorenzo's Movistar Yamaha MotoGP teammate Valentino Rossi was briefly into second early on, but ran wide twice and dropped to seventh before fighting his way back up to fourth.

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    • Épisode 4

    Gran Premio bwin de España

    With victory in the south of Spain in his 100th Grand Prix Marquez becomes the first rider to win the opening four premier class races of the year since Mick Doohan in 1992. Marquez had never previously won at Jerez in the World Championship. No-one could live with Marquez in the heat of the afternoon in Andalusia as he built up a four second lead by lap 12 and never looked back, eventually crossing the line comfortably ahead of Rossi. Indeed it was also another superb performance for Rossi as he returned to the podium for the first time since Qatar, holding off Pedrosa on the final corner. Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) had to settle for fourth at his 200th GP, crossing the line 8.5s behind Marquez on his 27th birthday.

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    With victory in the south of Spain in his 100th Grand Prix Marquez becomes the first rider to win the opening four premier class races of the year since Mick Doohan in 1992. Marquez had never previously won at Jerez in the World Championship. No-one could live with Marquez in the heat of the afternoon in Andalusia as he built up a four second lead by lap 12 and never looked back, eventually crossing the line comfortably ahead of Rossi. Indeed it was also another superb performance for Rossi as he returned to the podium for the first time since Qatar, holding off Pedrosa on the final corner. Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) had to settle for fourth at his 200th GP, crossing the line 8.5s behind Marquez on his 27th birthday.

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    • Épisode 5

    Monster Energy Grand Prix de France

    Marquez produced a fantastic fightback after an early mistake to lead by a second on lap 16, having been 10th on lap one. Rossi demonstrated his competitiveness again to lead for several laps in the first half of the race but ultimately could not hold off the rampant Marquez. Whilst Rossi achieved his tenth premier class podium at Le Mans and his 150th in the top category, Marquez became the first rider to win five successive premier class races from pole since Mick Doohan in 1997. Meanwhile, it was Bautista's first podium since 2012 and a great reward for the determination he has shown since his three DNF's at the start of the season.

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    Marquez produced a fantastic fightback after an early mistake to lead by a second on lap 16, having been 10th on lap one. Rossi demonstrated his competitiveness again to lead for several laps in the first half of the race but ultimately could not hold off the rampant Marquez. Whilst Rossi achieved his tenth premier class podium at Le Mans and his 150th in the top category, Marquez became the first rider to win five successive premier class races from pole since Mick Doohan in 1997. Meanwhile, it was Bautista's first podium since 2012 and a great reward for the determination he has shown since his three DNF's at the start of the season.

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    • Épisode 6

    Gran Premio d'Italia Tim

    An intriguing duel between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo saw the former come out on top at Mugello, with Valentino Rossi joining them on the podium. The two Spaniards put on a great show in front of the Italian crowd, battling for the lead for several laps, only for Marquez to clinch a sixth successive victory in 2014 by 0.121s on the final lap. At his 300th Grand Prix the yellow sea of fans were willing Rossi to capitalise on any mistake from the front two, and although The Doctor had to settle for third by just under three seconds, it was still a great ride for him from 10th on the grid. With Dani Pedrosa and impressive rookie Pol Espargaro (the next two across the line - albeit more than 10 seconds further back), there were four Spaniards in the top five.

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    An intriguing duel between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo saw the former come out on top at Mugello, with Valentino Rossi joining them on the podium. The two Spaniards put on a great show in front of the Italian crowd, battling for the lead for several laps, only for Marquez to clinch a sixth successive victory in 2014 by 0.121s on the final lap. At his 300th Grand Prix the yellow sea of fans were willing Rossi to capitalise on any mistake from the front two, and although The Doctor had to settle for third by just under three seconds, it was still a great ride for him from 10th on the grid. With Dani Pedrosa and impressive rookie Pol Espargaro (the next two across the line - albeit more than 10 seconds further back), there were four Spaniards in the top five.

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    • Épisode 7

    Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

    Marquez crossed the line half a second in front of Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider Rossi, surviving a late scare as Pedrosa touched his rear wheel in the final stages, the latter almost crashing and having to settle for third. The win is the 100th for Honda in the modern MotoGP four-stroke era and the triumph for Marquez was also historic as it came on the same day as an earlier Moto3 victory for his brother Alex Marquez - the first time in 65 years of the World Championship competition that siblings have won Grand Prix races on the same day. Rossi led for much of the race with the Repsol Honda duo chasing him down in the final stages, with Pedrosa returning to form following his recent arm pump surgery and subsequent problems - only to make that late mistake. The threat of rain lingered for the duration of the race, though a light shower was short-lived.

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    Marquez crossed the line half a second in front of Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider Rossi, surviving a late scare as Pedrosa touched his rear wheel in the final stages, the latter almost crashing and having to settle for third. The win is the 100th for Honda in the modern MotoGP four-stroke era and the triumph for Marquez was also historic as it came on the same day as an earlier Moto3 victory for his brother Alex Marquez - the first time in 65 years of the World Championship competition that siblings have won Grand Prix races on the same day. Rossi led for much of the race with the Repsol Honda duo chasing him down in the final stages, with Pedrosa returning to form following his recent arm pump surgery and subsequent problems - only to make that late mistake. The threat of rain lingered for the duration of the race, though a light shower was short-lived.

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    • Épisode 8

    Iveco Daily Tt Assen

    In a race which started after a delay due to wet conditions, Marquez judged the 26-lap challenge to perfection, running with Dovizioso at the front in the early stages and asserting his authority as the riders changed to dry set-up machines on the seventh lap. Marquez eventually clinched the win by 6.7 seconds to become the first rider since the great Giacomo Agostini in 1971 to win the first eight premier-class races of the year. Dovizioso stepped onto the rostrum for the second time in 2014, with Pedrosa completing the podium after holding off the pursuing Aleix Espargaro for several laps. Espargaro rode well to hold fourth, having started on pole on the 'Open' Forward Yamaha.

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    In a race which started after a delay due to wet conditions, Marquez judged the 26-lap challenge to perfection, running with Dovizioso at the front in the early stages and asserting his authority as the riders changed to dry set-up machines on the seventh lap. Marquez eventually clinched the win by 6.7 seconds to become the first rider since the great Giacomo Agostini in 1971 to win the first eight premier-class races of the year. Dovizioso stepped onto the rostrum for the second time in 2014, with Pedrosa completing the podium after holding off the pursuing Aleix Espargaro for several laps. Espargaro rode well to hold fourth, having started on pole on the 'Open' Forward Yamaha.

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    • Épisode 9

    eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland

    The start of the eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland MotoGP contest was disrupted by pre-race rain, with race winner Marc Marquez and podium finishers Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo all getting away from pit lane. From third on the grid Stefan Bradl started alone towards the front on slick tyres and led the early laps after rain in the race build up caused confusion as to which tyres would work best. With the track drying quickly much of the rest of the field changed from wet set-up to dry after the final Warm Up lap, meaning they had to start from pit lane. Bradl's bike set-up appeared to let him down with slicks hurriedly fitted to a previously wet set-up bike on the grid. He eventually dropped to 16th place in his home race. Marquez was in imperious form once again to make it nine wins from nine, cutting through the pack in a chaotic first few laps and eventually pulling clear at the front with teammate Pedrosa, who would ultimately cross the line 1.5s behind him. A further nine seconds back Lorenzo made a welcome return to the podium before the summer break.

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    The start of the eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland MotoGP contest was disrupted by pre-race rain, with race winner Marc Marquez and podium finishers Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo all getting away from pit lane. From third on the grid Stefan Bradl started alone towards the front on slick tyres and led the early laps after rain in the race build up caused confusion as to which tyres would work best. With the track drying quickly much of the rest of the field changed from wet set-up to dry after the final Warm Up lap, meaning they had to start from pit lane. Bradl's bike set-up appeared to let him down with slicks hurriedly fitted to a previously wet set-up bike on the grid. He eventually dropped to 16th place in his home race. Marquez was in imperious form once again to make it nine wins from nine, cutting through the pack in a chaotic first few laps and eventually pulling clear at the front with teammate Pedrosa, who would ultimately cross the line 1.5s behind him. A further nine seconds back Lorenzo made a welcome return to the podium before the summer break.

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    • Épisode 10

    Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix

    MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez won his tenth consecutive race on Sunday at the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix, with Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi joining him on the podium. The victory saw Repsol Honda's Marquez become the first rider since Mick Doohan in 1997 to win ten successive premier class races. It was also the 100th win for a Spanish rider in the premier class and the 500th win for Spain across all categories. On lap 11 of the first MotoGP contest at the modified Indianapolis track, Marquez took advantage as Lorenzo joined the battle with Rossi for the lead, the World Champion squeezing through to take over at the front and not looking back - eventually finishing just under two seconds clear at the front. Lorenzo got the better of his teammate Rossi for second, after the Italian had held the lead in the early stages fending off a challenge from Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team), who started well but faded to seventh. In finishing third Rossi becomes the first rider to score 4,000 premier class points. Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) finished fourth as he came through from eighth on the grid, gambling on a harder front tyre. Pol Espargaro (Monster Yamaha Tech3) rode well to finish fifth with his teammate Bradley Smith crossing the line sixth after suffering a heavy crash on Saturday in which he aggravated an old finger injury.

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    MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez won his tenth consecutive race on Sunday at the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix, with Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi joining him on the podium. The victory saw Repsol Honda's Marquez become the first rider since Mick Doohan in 1997 to win ten successive premier class races. It was also the 100th win for a Spanish rider in the premier class and the 500th win for Spain across all categories. On lap 11 of the first MotoGP contest at the modified Indianapolis track, Marquez took advantage as Lorenzo joined the battle with Rossi for the lead, the World Champion squeezing through to take over at the front and not looking back - eventually finishing just under two seconds clear at the front. Lorenzo got the better of his teammate Rossi for second, after the Italian had held the lead in the early stages fending off a challenge from Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team), who started well but faded to seventh. In finishing third Rossi becomes the first rider to score 4,000 premier class points. Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) finished fourth as he came through from eighth on the grid, gambling on a harder front tyre. Pol Espargaro (Monster Yamaha Tech3) rode well to finish fifth with his teammate Bradley Smith crossing the line sixth after suffering a heavy crash on Saturday in which he aggravated an old finger injury.

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    • Épisode 11

    bwin Grand Prix České Republiky

    In the Brno MotoGP race Dani Pedrosa won for the first time since Malaysia last year as he ended the winning streak of Marc Marquez, with Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi second and third, whilst Marquez came home just off the podium. From fifth on the grid Pedrosa returned to his best form to blast through the pack and eventually take victory by 0.410s from Lorenzo in front of more than 138,000 fans. With Marquez finishing fourth it is the first time this year that he did not win the race and this is the first time he has finished a MotoGP race off the podium. Marquez is of course still in a commanding position in the standings with a 77 point lead. Marquez lost out in a mid-race battle for third with Rossi, having earlier had a close fight with Andrea Iannone in the opening laps - with the two former Moto2-E rivals clashing on two occasions.

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    In the Brno MotoGP race Dani Pedrosa won for the first time since Malaysia last year as he ended the winning streak of Marc Marquez, with Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi second and third, whilst Marquez came home just off the podium. From fifth on the grid Pedrosa returned to his best form to blast through the pack and eventually take victory by 0.410s from Lorenzo in front of more than 138,000 fans. With Marquez finishing fourth it is the first time this year that he did not win the race and this is the first time he has finished a MotoGP race off the podium. Marquez is of course still in a commanding position in the standings with a 77 point lead. Marquez lost out in a mid-race battle for third with Rossi, having earlier had a close fight with Andrea Iannone in the opening laps - with the two former Moto2-E rivals clashing on two occasions.

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    • Épisode 12

    Hertz British Grand Prix

    The Hertz British Grand Prix saw a great battle between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo won by Marquez as he made an immediate return to winning ways, whilst Valentino Rossi joined them on the podium. Lorenzo took the initiative to pull out in front in the early stages but Marquez stayed with the front group and took the fight to his Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rival. Marquez had the pace to catch Lorenzo, but made two slight errors, giving Lorenzo the opportunity to retake the lead twice. The pair battled right to the last lap, even touching at one stage and with Repsol Honda's Marquez eventually crossing the line 0.732s ahead of Lorenzo. The result sees Marquez become the first rider since Valentino Rossi in 2005 to win 11 MotoGP-E races in a single season and also sees him return to victory after his fourth place at Brno.

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    The Hertz British Grand Prix saw a great battle between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo won by Marquez as he made an immediate return to winning ways, whilst Valentino Rossi joined them on the podium. Lorenzo took the initiative to pull out in front in the early stages but Marquez stayed with the front group and took the fight to his Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rival. Marquez had the pace to catch Lorenzo, but made two slight errors, giving Lorenzo the opportunity to retake the lead twice. The pair battled right to the last lap, even touching at one stage and with Repsol Honda's Marquez eventually crossing the line 0.732s ahead of Lorenzo. The result sees Marquez become the first rider since Valentino Rossi in 2005 to win 11 MotoGP-E races in a single season and also sees him return to victory after his fourth place at Brno.

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    • Épisode 13

    Gran Premio Tim di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini

    The home crowd went wild at Misano on Sunday as Valentino Rossi took his first victory since Assen last year, with Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa also on the podium, whilst Marc Marquez finished 15th after a crash. Nine time World Champion Rossi took the lead in the early laps after getting in front of pole man Lorenzo and then asserting his authority in an early battle with Marquez. On the 10th lap Marquez went down at Rio corner when in second place and whilst he restarted his RC213V he could not achieve more than a solitary point. Rossi kept the hammer down at the front to eventually win by 1.578s and reach the milestone of 5000 Grand Prix points in style. It is the 107th victory of Rossi's remarkable career. Lorenzo rode with determination to take another podium result and finished in second place for the fourth successive race.

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    The home crowd went wild at Misano on Sunday as Valentino Rossi took his first victory since Assen last year, with Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa also on the podium, whilst Marc Marquez finished 15th after a crash. Nine time World Champion Rossi took the lead in the early laps after getting in front of pole man Lorenzo and then asserting his authority in an early battle with Marquez. On the 10th lap Marquez went down at Rio corner when in second place and whilst he restarted his RC213V he could not achieve more than a solitary point. Rossi kept the hammer down at the front to eventually win by 1.578s and reach the milestone of 5000 Grand Prix points in style. It is the 107th victory of Rossi's remarkable career. Lorenzo rode with determination to take another podium result and finished in second place for the fourth successive race.

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    • Épisode 14

    Gran Premio de Aragón

    Jorge Lorenzo took victory by over 10 seconds as he judged the conditions better than his rivals, changing bikes with four laps to go, with Aleix Espargaro just beating Cal Crutchlow to the line to complete the podium. The riders were forced to change to wet setups in the final stages after the rain began to fall heavily - having started the race on a drying track. The tricky conditions caused Andrea Dovizioso to crash out before swapping to his wet bike and he was taken to the medical centre for checks on a hip trauma. Repsol Honda teammates Pedrosa and Marquez took a risk staying out in the wet on slick tyres in the final laps. Pedrosa fell and remounted to take 14th with Marquez crashing later and finishing 13th after eventually swapping to his wet bike too.

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    Jorge Lorenzo took victory by over 10 seconds as he judged the conditions better than his rivals, changing bikes with four laps to go, with Aleix Espargaro just beating Cal Crutchlow to the line to complete the podium. The riders were forced to change to wet setups in the final stages after the rain began to fall heavily - having started the race on a drying track. The tricky conditions caused Andrea Dovizioso to crash out before swapping to his wet bike and he was taken to the medical centre for checks on a hip trauma. Repsol Honda teammates Pedrosa and Marquez took a risk staying out in the wet on slick tyres in the final laps. Pedrosa fell and remounted to take 14th with Marquez crashing later and finishing 13th after eventually swapping to his wet bike too.

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    • Épisode 15

    Motul Grand Prix of Japan

    The 2014 MotoGP-E World title was clinched by Marc Marquez at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan as he finished in second place behind race winner Jorge Lorenzo, with Valentino Rossi also on the podium. Lorenzo took his second successive victory as his great recent form continued but the story of the race was all about Marquez as he got the job done to secure the 2014 title with three rounds to go. Marquez crossed the line 1.638s behind Lorenzo to collect the crucial points for the World Championship win, as Rossi completed the rostrum in third. Marquez did not make the best start off the line but overtook Pol Espargaro, Dani Pedrosa and Andrea Iannone in the opening laps to hunt down the front group. He then picked off pole man Andrea Dovizioso and won a mid-race battle with Rossi overtaking at the second attempt on lap nine for second position.

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    The 2014 MotoGP-E World title was clinched by Marc Marquez at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan as he finished in second place behind race winner Jorge Lorenzo, with Valentino Rossi also on the podium. Lorenzo took his second successive victory as his great recent form continued but the story of the race was all about Marquez as he got the job done to secure the 2014 title with three rounds to go. Marquez crossed the line 1.638s behind Lorenzo to collect the crucial points for the World Championship win, as Rossi completed the rostrum in third. Marquez did not make the best start off the line but overtook Pol Espargaro, Dani Pedrosa and Andrea Iannone in the opening laps to hunt down the front group. He then picked off pole man Andrea Dovizioso and won a mid-race battle with Rossi overtaking at the second attempt on lap nine for second position.

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    • Épisode 16

    Tissot Australian Grand Prix

    The MotoGP-E race at the Tissot Australian Grand Prix saw Valentino Rossi take his second win of 2014, with Jorge Lorenzo and Bradley Smith also on the podium. Marc Marquez crashed out of an incident packed race whilst leading and Dani Pedrosa was forced to retire after being clipped by Andrea Iannone. Rossi started from eighth on the grid in his 250th appearance in the premier class and was there to take advantage as Marquez crashed out of the race lead with 10 laps to go. It is Rossi's 108th career win and his 82nd in the top class of Grand Prix racing. The result is also the first all Yamaha podium since Le Mans 2008.

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    The MotoGP-E race at the Tissot Australian Grand Prix saw Valentino Rossi take his second win of 2014, with Jorge Lorenzo and Bradley Smith also on the podium. Marc Marquez crashed out of an incident packed race whilst leading and Dani Pedrosa was forced to retire after being clipped by Andrea Iannone. Rossi started from eighth on the grid in his 250th appearance in the premier class and was there to take advantage as Marquez crashed out of the race lead with 10 laps to go. It is Rossi's 108th career win and his 82nd in the top class of Grand Prix racing. The result is also the first all Yamaha podium since Le Mans 2008.

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    • Épisode 17

    Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix

    The MotoGP race at the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix was won by MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez in the scorching afternoon heat at Sepang, with Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo also on the podium. A huge crowd of more than 80,000 fans witnessed a great MotoGP race with Marquez winning for the first time since Silverstone - riding superbly at round 17 and coming from behind after dropping back from pole on the first lap. Lorenzo took the early initiative in the race after a first crash by Dani Pedrosa who lost the front around turn 15 while in second place. Pedrosa recovered to 11th before suffering a second crash. Rossi took the lead at midrace stage as he got in front of Lorenzo and was followed through by Marquez. Two laps later Marquez pushed in front of the Italian and he built up a sufficient gap to defend his lead. Marquez's victory is the 12th of his second season in MotoGP, equaling Mick Doohan's record of most premier class victories in a single season. The result seals the premier class constructor's title for Honda and ends a run of four Yamaha victories.

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    The MotoGP race at the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix was won by MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez in the scorching afternoon heat at Sepang, with Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo also on the podium. A huge crowd of more than 80,000 fans witnessed a great MotoGP race with Marquez winning for the first time since Silverstone - riding superbly at round 17 and coming from behind after dropping back from pole on the first lap. Lorenzo took the early initiative in the race after a first crash by Dani Pedrosa who lost the front around turn 15 while in second place. Pedrosa recovered to 11th before suffering a second crash. Rossi took the lead at midrace stage as he got in front of Lorenzo and was followed through by Marquez. Two laps later Marquez pushed in front of the Italian and he built up a sufficient gap to defend his lead. Marquez's victory is the 12th of his second season in MotoGP, equaling Mick Doohan's record of most premier class victories in a single season. The result seals the premier class constructor's title for Honda and ends a run of four Yamaha victories.

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    • Épisode 18

    Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana

    The MotoGP race at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana saw Marc Marquez score a record 13th premier class win of the season, ahead of Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa. The result sees Rossi clinch the runner-up spot in the championship. Marquez set a new record for most victories in a single campaign in the top class, having equaled Mick Doohan's total of 12 wins in 1997 last time out in Sepang.

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    The MotoGP race at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana saw Marc Marquez score a record 13th premier class win of the season, ahead of Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa. The result sees Rossi clinch the runner-up spot in the championship. Marquez set a new record for most victories in a single campaign in the top class, having equaled Mick Doohan's total of 12 wins in 1997 last time out in Sepang.

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