Cormac Shoots Buriram: Marc Marquez Makes It Number Eight In Thailand


The weekend got off to a tough start at Buriram for Marc Marquez


Marc Marquez and Fabio Quartararo engaged in a battle of wills at the end of qualifying. Both men have the scuffed leathers to prove it


The dustbin fairing never really went away


10 days after getting a plate fitted to hold his broken wrist together, Pol Espargaro was riding again. He is made of stern stuff indeed


Jack Miller could have played a big role on Sunday, if he hadn't pressed the wrong button at the start...


Miller's mistake left Aleix Espargaro with a nice clean run at Turn 1 from the grid


One day, Suzuki will fix their problem with qualifying. Then things might get very interesting


It's been a tough second half of 2019 for Danilo Petrucci


Hafizh Syahrin, demonstrating how you bury a KTM on the brakes. He'll be back in Moto2 with Aspar next year


Trankie Frankie, the most laid-back man in the paddock, is really starting to find some speed


A whole grandstand came to see Marc Marquez win his sixth MotoGP title


Marquez followed Quartararo all race, and when he believed he was close enough, he took a shot


Teamwork makes the dream work


Honda made the RC213V worse, but faster, knowing that Marc Marquez would ride around the problems and win anyway

 


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