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15TH SEPTEMBER 2019 – The Repsol Honda rider claims his seventh win of the season and surpasses Agostini for podiums in the premier class. Jorge Lorenzo fights back for fourteenth.

Marc Márquez, starting from fifth position, made a great start to the San Marino GP, placing third after the first lap.

At the beginning of the last lap, Márquez took the lead for the first time, and despite later losing the position, he launched a final move at Turn 8 that gave him the victory.

With this triumph, Márquez surpasses Mike Hailwood for wins in all classes with 77, and also overtakes Giacomo Agostini with 89 podiums in the premier class. The Repsol Honda Team rider increases his lead at the top of the overall standings to 93 points, with 150 remaining in play.

25TH AUGUST 2019 – The Repsol Honda Team rider misses out on victory by 13 thousandths of a second, after leading most of the race at Silverstone. Jorge Lorenzo crosses the finish line in 14th place

Marc Márquez took the holeshot at the British Grand Prix after starting from pole position and led the way on every lap, but was overtaken on the final corner of the last lap.

The reigning MotoGP World Champion extends his lead of the 2019 standings from 58 to 78 points over his nearest rival.

Repsol Honda teammate Jorge Lorenzo made a fightback during the race from 21st on the grid, eventually finishing 14th.

20TH AUGUST 2019 – The MotoGP World Championship leader will be accompanied by teammate Jorge Lorenzo in the Repsol Honda box again this weekend

Marc Márquez comes into the British Grand Prix off the back of 6 wins and 4 second places in 11 races.

The reigning MotoGP World Champion has won twice at Silverstone: In 125cc in 2010, and in MotoGP in 2014.

Jorge Lorenzo returns to action at Silverstone, where he took pole position last season and has three victories there: In 2010, 2012 and 2013.

10TH AUGUST 2019 – The Repsol Honda Team rider sets the best time in qualifying for his 59th pole position, overtaking Mick Doohan for all-time poles in the premier class. Stefan Bradl will start the Austrian GP from 21st.

Marc Márquez, who finished first in FP3 and third in FP4, was also the fastest in Q2 with a 1’23.027 time setting a new fast lap record in the process.

The Repsol Honda Team rider has now surpassed MotoGP legend Mick Doohan for most poles in the premier class, and will occupy the first spot on the grid for the seventh time this season at Spielberg.

Stefan Bradl, who finished 20th today in FP3 and 18th in FP4, was 11th in Q1 and will start tomorrow from the 21st spot on the grid.

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Márquez Takes Title With Victory Earned On Last Lap

Marc Márquez is crowned 2019 MotoGP World Champion with four races of the season remaining. It is his eighth title in all classes.

Jorge Lorenzo finished 18th, at the end of a complicated weekend at the Buriram circuit.

On the Repsol Campus

June 11, 2019

Repsol produce Repsol Lubricants to be developed with cutting-edge technology and meet Repsol’s standards in quality and image. Additional, Repsol has become a well-known brand by becoming a main sponsor for Honda team in MotoGP.

Marc Márquez crowned 2019 MotoGP World Champion

The Repsol Honda Team rider claims his eighth world title, and his sixth in the premier class, representing the energy company. Marc Márquez’ impressive world title haul reads at 6 MotoGP titles in 7 years; 8 in 10 seasons in all classes. The Spaniard became MotoGP World Champion once again this weekend, clinching the crown at the Thai Grand Prix.

Flawless victory for Márquez in Aragón

The Repsol Honda Team rider earns his eighth win of the season, after comfortably leading the entire Aragón GP. Jorge Lorenzo finishes twentieth. With this win, the reigning MotoGP World Champion increases his advantage in the overall standings to 98 points and goes into the next round in Thailand with his first chance to clinch the 2019 title.

Ninth pole of the year for Márquez

The Repsol Honda rider sets the best time in qualifying for the Aragón Grand Prix. Jorge Lorenzo will start from the seventh row. In FP4, the Repsol Honda rider topped the timesheets again, subsequently clocking the quickest time in Q2 for his ninth pole from 14 races in 2019.