Marc Marquez as extended his winning spree in the German MotoGP after winning seventh consecutive race overall and fourth consecutive in MotoGP premier class. He race to what we can describe as classy win in terrible weather conditions. He extend his lead at the top of the drivers championship with this win while both Rossi and Lorenzo finished 6th and 15th respectively.
At the start of the race Andrea Dovizioso and Valentino Rossi emerged as favourites while Marc Marquez was struggling to keep up the pace with race leaders at the start. Once the weather conditions dried down and there was no sign of further rain riders started to pit for change of bikes. Marc Marquez struggling for best part of first 17 laps pitted and changed tyres to slicks and that proved to be the turning point as his lap decreased by as much as 4 seconds per lap from than on.
Cal Crutchlow emerged as one of the best riders on the track this Sunday afternoon as he took the second place on podium. He was the fastest midway through the race and found himself fourth in the standings by 19th lap. Crutchlow had a great battle with another Brith Scott Redding and took the second place on podium.
As the things stand now, Marquez has built a massive lead at top of the championship table with Lorenzo and Rossi’s failure take podium finishes now see them fall behind Marquez by 48 and 59 points respectively..
Marquez has 48 points lead at top of the championship table with 170 points while Valentino Rossi did cut the lead for second place but he has a mountain to climb as far as MotoGP title is concerned.
Dani Pedrosa now sit fourth in the overall season standings with his 96 points and he has a good chance to over taking both Lorenzo and Rossi .
German MotoGP Grand Prix 2016 Results:
So another superb MotoGP weekend concluded in Germany0 with Marc Marquez continue to reign in what is his favourite grand prix as his winning run extends to 7 seasons here. Lorenzo and Rossi will be disappointed after they failed to take advantage of rainy conditions and now pretty much out of the title race.
So half way down the 2016 season we have the summer break and second leg of the season starts with Austrian Grand Prix in about a months time from 12 to 14th August 2016 at the Red Bull Ring circuit in Spielberg, Austria. The weekend will start with tradtional friday practice sessions on 12 August while qualifying will take place on Saturday, 13th August followed by the big Austrian GP race on Sunday, 14th August.
Friday, 12 August 2016
- Mot03 – FP1 (08:00 uk)
- MotGP – FP1 (08:55 uk)
- Moto2 – FP1 (09:55 uk)
- Moto3 – FP2 (12:10 uk)
- MotoGP – FP2 (13:05 uk)
- Moto2 – FP2 (14:05 uk)
Saturday, 13 August 2016
- Moto3 – FP3 (08:00 uk)
- MotGP – FP3 (08:55 uk)
- Moto2 – FP3 (09:55 uk)
- Moto3 – Qualifying (11:35 uk)
- MotoGP – FP4 (12:30 uk)
- MotoGP – Qualifying 1 (13:10 uk)
- MotoGP – Qualifying 2 (13:35 uk)
- Moto2 – Qualifying (14:05 uk)
Sunday, 14 August 2016
- Moto3 – Warm-up (07:40 uk)
- Moto2 – Warm-up (08:10 uk)
- MotoGP – Warm-up (08:40 uk)
- Moto3 – RACE (10:00 uk)
- Moto2 – RACE (11:20 uk)
- MotoGP – RACE (13:00 uk)
[ All above schedule and time table is according to UK format. Spanish Grand Prix MotoGP race will start at around 14:00 local / 13:00 uk time ]
MotoGP 2016 Calendar & Results:
Below is the full official motoGP 2016 schedule which is set to start on 20th March with the first grand prix of the season in Qatar. Below is the entire motogp season schedule which has been confirmed. We will be updating the page after every grand prix with latest results.
|1||Qatar (Losail)||Jorge Lorenzo||20 March|
|2||Argentina (Termas De Rio)||Marc Marquez||03 April|
|3||United States (Austin)||Marc Marquez||10 April|
|4||Spanish (Jerez)||Valentino Rossi||24 April|
|5||French (LeMans)||Jorge Lorenzo||08 May|
|6||Italian (Mugelli)||Jorge Lorenzo||22 May|
|7||Spanish (Catalunya)||Valentino Rossi||05 June|
|8||Dutch (Assen)||Marc Marquez||26 June|
|9||German (Sachsenring)||17 July|
|10||Austria (Spielberg)||14 August|
|11||Czech Republic (Brno)||21 August|
|12||British (Silverstone)||04 September|
|13||San Marino (Simoncelli)||11 September|
|14||Spanish (Aragon)||25 September|
|15||Japan (Motegi)||16 October|
|16||Australia (Philip Island)||23 October|
|17||Malaysia (Sepang)||30 October|
|18||Spanish (Valencia)||13 November|
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Jorge Lorenzo will begin his defense for the MotoGP title after eclipsing Marc Marquez and team mate Valentino Rossi in 2015. Marquez will be looking to improve on his 2015 performances while Valentino Rossi will give it another go to win his record 8th motogp title after failing under-pressure last year. Below is the schedule for upcoming MotoGP race and the entire schedule.