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Jerez Combined WSBK And MotoGP Test: Lowes Leads Haslam On Second Day Of Test

Alex Lowes has topped the second day of combined testing for teams from both major world championships at Jerez. After another wet morning, the track finally dried out in the afternoon, allowing the riders to post competitive lap times. Lowes ended the day as fastest, the Suzuki rider posting a fast lap right at the end of the day, beating his superpole time from the race weekend here back in September. 

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2014 Valencia Moto2 And Moto3 Post-Season Test: Rabat Rules Moto2, Rins Impresses, Antonelli On Top Of Moto3

Tito Rabat continued his rule of the Moto2 class at Valencia by ending the final day of testing on top of the timesheets and under the pole record at the Spanish circuit. The newly-crowned 2014 champion spent all day working on set up of the 2015 Kalex machine he will be riding for the Marc VDS team next season. Rabat finished just ahead of Johann Zarco, the Frenchman adapting quickly to the Kalex frame in the new Ajo Motosport team. Jonas Folger was close behind, starting his second year with the AGR team.

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2014 Valencia MotoGP Wednesday Final Test Times: Marquez Leads Close Top 6

Marc Marquez has ended the final day of testing at Valencia on top of the timesheets, and leaves for the winter as the fastest overall. The Repsol Honda rider spent most of the day trying the 2015 prototype RC213V, but jumped back on the 2014 bike at the end of the day to set the fastest lap. He ended a tenth quicker than his Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa, and two tenths quicker than Yamaha man Jorge Lorenzo.

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2014 Valencia MotoGP Wednesday Test Times 2pm: Lorenzo Leads As Track Improves

Jorge Lorenzo tops the timesheets at 2pm on the final day of testing at Valencia, leading a very close group consisting of the two Repsol Hondas, the two Movistar Yamahas and the Monster Tech 3 Yamaha of Pol Espargaro. Both Honda and Yamaha are giving their 2015 bikes a run out, Nicky Hayden is out on the RC213V-RS, while the rest of the field are growing accustomed to their new mounts. Stefan Bradl and Loris Baz are testing Kayaba suspension, and evaluating them for use next season.

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2014 Valencia MotoGP Tuesday Test Times Final: Petrucci Fastest On Soaking Track

Only ten riders ventured out on the wet track at Valencia, the rain coming and going all day long leaving the track soaked. Danilo Petrucci ended the day as fastest, posting a quick time when conditions let up a fraction. Scott Redding and Alvaro Bautista did a lot of laps, Redding wanting the time in the wet, Bautista familiarizing himself with a new bike in the wet. 

The weather forecast is much better for Wednesday, with all of the riders hoping for a full day of testing to complete their test plan.

Times at the end of the day:

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2014 Valencia MotoGP Tuesday Test Times 2pm: Little Action On A Soaking Track

Heavy rain falling since this morning has made for a very wet track at Valencia. Though the track opened at 10am for the second full day of testing, it remained silent for the first two hours, riders only venturing out shortly after noon. By 2pm, nine men had put in laps, though lap times were a very long way off being fast. Yonny Hernandez led the way, ahead of his new Pramac Ducati teammate Danilo Petrucci, while Scott Redding was third.

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2014 Valencia MotoGP Monday Test Times Final: Yamahas Flying As Rookies Debut

Jorge Lorenzo topped the first day of the test at Valencia, leading a Yamaha clean sweep of the timesheets. Lorenzo ended the day just ahead of the two Monster Tech 3 Yamahas, with his Movistar Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi bringing up the rear.

Andrea Iannone was the fastest Ducati, making his debut in the factory Ducati team, but the Ducati riders had nothing new to test, the new bike coming only at Sepang in February. Both Iannone and Andrea Dovizioso leave Valencia tonight, and will not ride tomorrow.

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2014 Valencia Moto3 Race Result: Championship Decider Doesn't Disappoint

Full recap and results below.

The Moto3 race at Valencia is one that will be remembered for some time to come; Alex Marquez rode a calculated race and managed to wrap up the 2014 World Championship by two points after finishing in third place. Under a mix of cloud and sunshine the race was an epic strategic battle that saw plenty of aggressive riding and breathtaking overtakes throughout. Marquez becomes the fifth youngest rider to win a World Title and with his brother Marc; they become the first brothers to win titles in the same season. 

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