The Spanish Marc Márquez (Honda) won the German Grand Prix de a MotoGP, eighth date of Motorcycle World Championship. With this success the multiple champion cut a streak of 581 days without victories, partly due to his absence for several months as a result of an injury he suffered in 2020.
Márquez stood out in a career in which he resisted the push of the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira (KTM) and the pressure of the onset of rain.
Visibly excited, the Iberian crossed the finish line to achieve, ahead of the Portuguese and the leader of the World Cup, the French Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), his first win since Grand Prize of the Valencian Community 2019, the 83rd of his career and the 57th in the premier class.
With this, after three races without finishing, he also ends 11 consecutive Honda tests without getting on the podium. “It is one of the most important and hard moments of my career. Today was the day ", he assured after the competition that took place in the circuit of Sachsenring, where he already has eleven consecutive years winning.
The poleman Johann zarco (Ducati) finished eighth and lost ground in the tournament as Quartararo clinched first place and scored 22 points.
En Moto2 won the australian Remy gardner (Kalex), leader of the tournament; Meanwhile in Moto3, Spanish prevailed Pedro Acosta (KTM), also a leader in the competition of its category. The next date, the June 27 in Assen, the Netherlands.