The Spanish Marc Márquez (Honda) had a dream weekend at the Dutch circuit in Assen, known as the Motorcycle Cathedral. The task of the current champion of MotoGP he included pole position and victory, something that allows him to establish himself at the head of the contest.
Márquez, who thus scored his fourth success of the season, led the Spanish triplet at the Dutch GP as he was escorted by his compatriots Alex Rins (Suzuki) and Maverick Viñales (Yamaha).
“It was a race with a lot of adrenaline and this feeling is one of the reasons why we practice this sport. On Saturday I was expecting something like that, but not so much! We were in a pretty wild group, fighting everyone against everyone, and I think everyone has touched someone at some point ", explained Márquez about the close competition that took place within the framework of the eighth date of the contest.
"It was a victory and 25 very important points, but we have to stay the same and maintain the same level", added the Honda rider, who has 140 units and has a 41 advantage over the Italian Valentino Rossi (Yamaha), who finished fifth behind his countryman Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati).
En Moto2 Italian won Francesco Bagnaia (Kalex); Meanwhile in Moto3 the Iberian won Jorge Martín (Sling). The tournament will continue in fifteen days with the German GP to be held at the Sashsenring.