The Americas GP

Can a country make you feel so well you ride your motorbike better? So it seems for Marc Marquez who continuously wins all races in USA.

Valentino Rossi felt well, as we could all see, and he gave us a great weekend and even more enjoyable race. However; it was Maverick Viñales and Marc Marquez in the spot light as the strongest men on the track.

Not in vain Maverick has won the last two races while Marquez experienced some bad luck, but he was in a talisman track for him. Everybody expected to see a duel between them both.

Marc Marquez, starting from pole position, was avid for his first victory of the year. We were all expected the clash of the titans but, unfortunately, Maverick went down in that bumpy track. Many riders complained about that fact, especially Valentino who really remarked it in the press conference.

Marquez: We're back in championship fight

Dani Pedrosa is back on the track, getting a second position and leading the race for a while before teammate Marquez overtook him. Valentino came third. Always there, always ready, now the leader of the championship at 38. Great job!

And for the Ducatis, they’re  now getting better and Lorenzo seems to be finding his place.


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