@HRC_MotoGP •@MotoGP •@marcmarquez93 •Motegi, Japan (October 17, 2016)- Marc Marquez took victory at Motegi today to become the 2016 MotoGP World Champion with three races to go, in front of Honda President Chief Executive Officer and Representative Director Mr. Takahiro Hachigo, who joined Marc on the podium, Operating Officer and Director Mr. Shinji Aoyama and HRC President Mr. Yoshishige Nomura.
Monday, 17 October 2016 14:58 Published in News
@marcmarquez93 • @MotoGP • @circuitamericas • @HRC_MotoGP • (April 11, 2016)- Austin, TX - All eyes were on Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) as the MotoGP™ World Championship lined up at the head the grid for the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas.
Monday, 11 April 2016 10:24 Published in Reports, Results & Points
@MotoGP •@marcmarquez93 •@HRC_MotoGP •(April 4, 2016)- A faultless flag-to-flag race by Marc Marquez saw him dominate the Argentina GP, running away with victory from Rossi and Pedrosa.
Monday, 04 April 2016 10:32 Published in Reports, Results & Points
@HRC_MotoGP • @MotoGP •(February 3, 2016)-The third and final day of the Sepang test was marked by variable weather conditions. Following an overnight rain shower, the track surface was still damp when the lights went green at 10 a.m., prompting the teams to wait until noon before sending the bikes on the track.
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 14:20 Published in Reports, Results & Points
@HRC_MotoGP • @MotoGP • (February 2, 2016)- Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa took to the track this morning for the second day of testing at Sepang International Circuit, where Marc was quickly able to knock almost one and half seconds off his best lap from the opening day.
Tuesday, 02 February 2016 12:32 Published in Reports, Results & Points
@HRC_MotoGP • @MotoGP • (February 1, 2016)- The first day of the Sepang test took place today in hot, humid conditions (max temperature: 33° air, 50° ground) until rain began falling just 20 minutes before the track closed at 6:00 p.m.
Monday, 01 February 2016 10:42 Published in News
The reigning MotoGP™ World Champion Marquez sent a message out to the rest of the paddock that he was back after his mishap in Qatar, as he dominated the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas, at one point leading by over five seconds.
Sunday, 12 April 2015 18:00 Published in Reports, Results & Points
Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa will unfortunately need further surgery to fix his arm pump issues that continued to plague the Spanish rider during the first round of the 2015 MotoGP Championship. This common problem among motorcycle racers is a build-up of pressure in the forearm causing great pain, and makes riding a bike exceptionally difficult when the muscle becomes too big for the ‘sack’ that it sits in.
Dani tried very hard over the winter in order to find a solution, after struggling to perform at his top level throughout the 2014 season, and even had surgery last year – after the Jerez GP – but it was unsuccessful. During this time doctors advised against any further surgery. Then throughout all the Winter testing it seemed that in theory the problem was solved, unfortunately the issue came back again under the stresses of the race situation.
After his sixth place finish in the opening race of 2015 in Qatar last weekend, Dani returned to Spain on Monday and met with specialists in Barcelona and Madrid. Their recommendation was for him to undergo surgery as soon as possible, which Dr. Angel Villamor will perform in Madrid. Special attention will be paid to the closing of the wound as this will guarantee better recovery and less risk of the problem arising again in the future.
Surgery is planned for the morning of Friday 3rd April with an expected recovery time of four to six weeks, this means Dani will certainly miss the Red Bull Austin and Argentina races. His return to racing won’t be confirmed until doctors can ascertain the success of the surgery.
His replacement will be HRC test rider Hiroshi Aoyama.
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Thursday, 02 April 2015 12:20 Published in News
Marc Marquez finished on top of the combined timesheets after a frantic end to FP3, with Cal Crutchlow claiming a sensational second place.
Friday, 27 March 2015 16:57 Published in Reports, Results & Points