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2014 German GP: MotoGP Race Results - Magical Marquez Wins!
Posted by: ASkyler on Jul 13, 2014 - 12:25 PM
2014 German GP: MotoGP Race Results - Magical Marquez Wins!

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 (LCR Honda MotoGP) 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 (Repsol Honda Team) 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 (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) made a welcome return to the podium before the summer break.

Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) rode a lonely race to fourth place, a further nine seconds behind Lorenzo, with the top five completed by the impressive Andrea Iannone (Pramac Racing) as the top Ducati-equipped rider.

Brothers Aleix Espargaro (NGM Forward Racing) and Pol Espargaro (Monster Yamaha Tech3) were sixth and seventh respectively, as they both continued their good 2014 form.

The top ten was completed by Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team), Alvaro Bautista (GO&FUN Honda Gresini) and Cal Crutchlow (Ducati Team).

A difficult weekend for Bradley Smith (Monster Yamaha Tech3) ended with a 19th place finish after an early crash - his fifth of the visit to Germany. Meanwhile on lap 19 Michael Laverty (Paul Bird Motorsport) crashed out, fortunately avoiding any serious injury.

MotoGP Race Classification

1- Marc Marquez SPA Honda 41'47.664

2- Dani Pedrosa SPA Honda +1.466

3- Jorge Lorenzo SPA Yamaha +10.317 1st OPEN

6- Aleix Espargaro SPA Forward Yamaha +27.809

Moto2: Aegerter secures first career win in Germany

The Moto2™ race at the eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland was won by Swiss rider Dominique Aegerter (Technomag carXpert), who got the better of Mika Kallio (Marc VDS Racing Team) on the final lap, with the podium completed by Simone Corsi (NGM Forward Racing).

An excellent performance gave Aegerter the victory, having started on pole in the 129th Grand Prix of his career. He crossed the line just 0.091s in front of Kallio, with Corsi taking third place by 0.152s from Esteve Rabat (Marc VDS Racing Team).

The race result sees Kallio close to within 19 points of Rabat at the head of the standings.

Maverick Viñales (Pons HP 40) was in the podium hunt, but eventually crossed the line just behind Corsi and Rabat in fifth.

The top ten was completed by Franco Morbidelli (Italtrans Racing Team), Randy Krummenacher (IodaRacing Project), Mattia Pasini (NGM Forward Racing), Thomas Luthi (Interwetten Paddock Moto2) and Xavier Simeon (Federal Oil Gresini Moto2).

Azlan Shah (IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia) crashed early on, with Jordi Torres (Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2) highsiding out of the race at Turn 8 on lap 6 when battling for fifth. Shortly afterwards Lorenzo Baldassarri (Gresini Moto2) crashed from the race when running in eighth position, on lap 8.

There was disappointment for Jonas Folger (AGR Team) at his home round as he pulled into the pits with a mechanical fault on lap 10, though he was placed only 19th at the time of his retirement. Another German rider, Sandro Cortese (Dynavolt Intact GP) also retired late on.

Josh Herrin (AirAsia Caterham Moto Racing) pulled into the pit lane midrace with a problem, shortly before his teammate Johann Zarco crashed out, leaving his bike in flames at trackside. Alex De Angelis (Tasca Racing Moto2) tumbled out in the final stages, with stewards reacting quickly to remove his bike from the track.

Moto2 Race Classification

1- Dominique Aegerter SWI Suter 41'12.461

2- Mika Kallio FIN Kalex +0.091

3- Simone Corsi ITA Kalex +10.514

Moto3: Miller takes victory in exciting Sachsenring contest

Jack Miller won the Moto3™ race at the eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland on Sunday, beating Brad Binder and Alexis Masbou to the line at the 3.67km Sachsenring circuit.

An incident packed start to the race saw Alex Rins (Estrella Galicia 0,0) go down early on lap one, with Romano Fenati (SKY Racing Team VR46) also crashing shortly afterwards.

At the front a group of five riders kept out of trouble with Miller (Red Bull KTM Ajo), Binder (Ambrogio Racing) and Masbou (Ongetta-Rivacold) were joined in the podium chase by Alex Marquez (Estrella Galicia 0,0) and Danny Kent (Red Bull Husqvarna Ajo).

Miller eventually crossed the finish line 0.180s ahead of Binder, as Miller extended his championship lead to 19 points and Binder earned a first ever podium. Lightweight class veteran Masbou was third for just the second podium of his decade long career.

A mistake by Marquez late in the race meant he could only eventually finish fourth, whilst a much improved showing from Kent took him to fifth.

In their team’s home race SaxoPrint-RTG’s Efren Vazquez and John McPhee were sixth and seventh, with Isaac Viñales (Calvo Team), Matteo Ferrari (San Carlo Team Italia) and Juanfran Guevara (Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3) completing the top ten.

Substitute Gabriel Rodrigo (Avant Tecno Husqvarna Ajo) crashed on the first lap and was able to remount, with Livio Loi (Marc VDS Racing Team) doing brilliantly to stay upright as Rodrigo touched his bike - only for Loi to later retire due to a mechanical fault.

As the race progressed Dutch pair Scott Deroue (RW Racing GP) and Bryan Schouten (CIP) went down together, with Schouten reacting angrily. Schouten was later given two penalty points by Race Direction for approaching and pushing Deroue.

Andrea Locatelli (San Carlo Team Italia), Gabriel Ramos (Kiefer Racing) and Zulfahmi Khairuddin (Ongetta-AirAsia) also crashed mid-race.

Enea Bastianini (Junior Team Go&FUN Moto3) went down early but was able to remount and score a point in 15th.

Towards the end of the race Miguel Oliveira (Mahindra Racing) and Karel Hanika (Red Bull KTM Ajo) both went down together as Hanika lost the front, with Niccolo Antonelli (Junior Team GO&FUN) also crashing in the final stages.

Moto3 Race Classification

1- Jack Miller AUS KTM 39'26.927

2- Brad Binder RSA Mahindra +0.180

3- Alexis Masbou FRA Honda +1.119


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2014 German GP: MotoGP Race Results
Pos. Points Num. Rider Nation Team Bike Kmh TimeGap
1 25 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 158.1 41:47.664
2 20 26 Dani Pedrosa SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 158.0 +1.466
3 16 99 Jorge Lorenzo SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 157.4 +10.317
4 13 46 Valentino Rossi ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 156.9 +19.194
5 11 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 156.6 +23.509
6 10 41 Aleix Espargaro SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 156.3 +27.809
7 9 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 156.0 +33.253
8 8 4 Andrea Dovizioso ITA Ducati Team Ducati 155.9 +33.868
9 7 19 Alvaro Bautista SPA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 155.9 +34.231
10 6 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 155.9 +34.676
11 5 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 155.7 +37.744
12 4 7 Hiroshi Aoyama JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 155.3 +45.018
13 3 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 155.3 +45.177
14 2 69 Nicky Hayden USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 155.2 +46.676
15 1 9 Danilo PETRUCCI ITA Octo IodaRacing Team ART 154.8 +52.769
16 - 6 Stefan BRADL GER LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 154.7 +53.889
17 - 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 154.7 +54.476
18 - 8 Hector Barbera SPA Avintia Racing Avintia 154.6 +56.215
19 - 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 154.6 +56.293
20 - 5 Colin Edwards USA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 154.1 +1:04.083
21 - 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 153.7 +1:10.928
22 - 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 153.2 +1:19.975

Not Classified

70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 153.3 13 Laps

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