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Historic 65th pole for Marquez at Phillip Island
  Hayden an impressive seventh
Marc Marquez delivered another incredible performance in this afternoon’s qualifying session at Phillip Island, taking his 37th pole in MotoGP and the 65th in his career, which is also the new historical record, at just 23 years of age. It’s also Marc’s seventh pole of 2016. Marquez chose the perfect moment to head out in the changeable conditions on full slick tires. Cal Crutchlow starts from P2 after graduating from Q1, with Pol Espargaro completing the front row.
Face-to-face with 2016 MotoGP Champion Marc Marquez
  After Japanese GP victory
On Sunday, Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez has secured his third MotoGP title with three rounds still remaining after storming to victory at the Japanese Grand Prix. Marc shared his thoughts with us before heading to Australia for round 16 of the World Championship.
Marc Marquez - 5 world titles at just 23 years old
  Youngest ever
Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez took his first-ever MotoGP win at Twin Ring Motegi on Honda's home asphalt, securing the 2016 MotoGP title. At 23-years old, Marquez is now the youngest ever rider to win three premier-class World Championship titles and five World Championships over all classes during a period of only nine years of World Championship racing. Marquez has now equaled Mick Doohan, Jorge Lorenzo and Toni Mang's tally of 5 World Titles in his career. 
Marc Marquez wins race and 2016 MotoGP title
  At Honda's Motegi Japan track
Repsol Honda Team's Marc Marquez has taken the 2016 MotoGP World Championship at the home of Honda -- as Movistar Yamaha teammates Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo crashed out of contention. First was Rossi, into the gravel early -- before Lorenzo's ride was cut short; sliding out of P2 in the last few laps. Marquez, clear at the front, kept it on the road to take his third premier class title in four years, and his fifth victory of the year. 
Rossi nips Marquez for pole at Motegi
  Equals Marquez and Lorenzo with pole number 64
Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) will start from pole at the Twin Ring Motegi for the Japanese GP, as the Italian legend fought off Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) in a close Q2 to take his 64th pole -- and equal the record number of pole positions held by both Marquez and Rossi's teammate Jorge Lorenzo.
Honda celebrates 50-years at the top of MotoGP
  RC181: the story of Honda’s first premier­class Grand Prix motorcycle
The 2016 MotoGP season marks a half-century since Honda first contested the premier class of World Championship motorcycle racing. During much of that time (Honda did not participate between 1968 and 1978) bike racing's most challenging category has been like a university to Honda engineers and riders, teaching them so much about all aspects of motorcycle design and development. The class of kings has also brought Honda a huge amount of success: 270 race wins and 38 500cc and MotoGP Riders World Championships and Constructors World Championships. [At the end of the 2015 season]
Marquez bites back at Aragon
  Lorenzo and Rossi complete podium
Marc Marquez returned to the top spot of the podium at a Spanish race for the first time since the 2014 finale in Valencia, taking a maiden victory at the Aragon GP. At just 23 years of age, Marquez brings his career tally to 54 wins, equaling Australian legend Mick Doohan. The only rider so far this year to win four races, Marc has extended his championship lead to 52 points over Valentino Rossi and 66 over Jorge Lorenzo, with four rounds to go.
Marquez unstoppable at MotorLand
  Repsol Honda rider six tenths clear
Marc Marquez took the 64th pole of his Grand Prix career today at Motorland Aragon (his sixth this year and his 36th in MotoGP), setting an impressive pace that allowed him to lead the timesheets by an amazing 0.631 seconds at day’s end. The Repsol Honda rider has taken six poles here across all classes, four in MotoGP. Today he also equaled Jorge Lorenzo for most career poles in history.
Untouchable Pedrosa stuns in Misano
  Repsol Honda rider becomes eighth different winner in 2016
3-time world champion Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) took a stunning victory at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, leaving rivals Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) in the dust to complete the podium. Pedrosa's victory marks the eighth different winner in 2016, an all-time first since the championship began in 1949 - and he did it from eighth on the grid.
Record-breaking lap plants Lorenzo on pole at Misano
  MotoGP in Italy
Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Jorge Lorenzo took a record-breaking pole position at Misano World Circuit, beating his own pole lap from 2015 and putting in the first ever 1:31 lap of the Adriatic venue. Teammate Valentino Rossi took P2 on home turf, with a last dash from Silverstone winner Maverick Vinales (Team Suzuki Ecstar) enough to lock out the front row.
Vinales rules Silverstone for a stunning maiden win
  The year of history-making continues
Maverick Vinales (Team Suzuki Ecstar) has taken a historic first win for Suzuki since their return to the championship, as the 2013 Moto3 world champion was in a class of his own at the Octo British Grand Prix to become the seventh winner so far in 2016. Vinales, who got his first podium in Le Mans in the French GP, got a front row start and simply pulled away once clear at the front - putting in an incredible performance to cross the line over 3 seconds clear. After an almighty battle behind, it was home hero and pole sitter Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda) and Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) who completed the podium.
Crutchlow takes pole in wet at Silverstone
  Rossi to start 2nd
Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda) has taken an incredible home pole position at the Octo British Grand Prix, as the Brit kept his stunning wet weather form from the Czech GP running and took only his second career pole. Crutchlow, who has shown good form at Silverstone Circuit throughout the weekend, sees his fairytale continue as he lines up in P1 once again for Sunday's race. Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi took P2, with Maverick Vinales (Team Suzuki Ecstar) completing the front row.
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