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MotoGP. Penultimate Race Of The Year Takes Marquez And Lorenzo To Malaysia
Posted by: newsla on Oct 29, 2019 - 06:06 PM
MotoGP. Penultimate Race Of The Year Takes Marquez And Lorenzo To Malaysia

One year ago, Marc Márquez took the win at Sepang, a track at which he also triumphed in 2010 and 2014.

The Repsol Honda Team rider matched his second best winning streak of all time in Australia, set in 2010 in 125cc. His best ever run was at the start of the 2014 season, when he achieved ten straight victories.

If Márquez finishes seventh or higher at Sepang, claiming more than eight points, he will exceed the points record for a single season achieved by Jorge Lorenzo in 2010: 383.

Lorenzo missed last year’s race at the Malaysian track through injury, but previously accumulated 6 consecutive podium appearances there, in addition to a victory in 2006 in 250cc.

“We arrive at the last race of the triple, but it’s not time to stop and relax.”

“The circuit in Malaysia should suit me more and I think we will be able to get back to where we were in Motegi.”

Overall standings
1. MARC MÁRQUEZ / Repsol Honda
375 points
240 points
3. ÁLEX RINS / Suzuki
183 points
176 points
169 points
19. JORGE LORENZO / Repsol Honda
23 points

Sepang International Circuit

5.543 m

Longest straight:
920 m

Maximum speed:
339.6 km/h (Andrea Iannone 2015)

Track width:
16 m

Right corners:

Left corners:

Fast lap:
1:59.053 (Dani Pedrosa 2015)

Circuit record:
2:00.606 (Jorge Lorenzo 2015)

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