Marc Marquez has won his fourth consecutive German MotoGP after his incredible performance on Sunday see him pass the challenge posed by both riders and weather. Valentino Rossi finished 7th while Lorenzo failed to finish in points ranking.
After rain soaked TT Assen grand prix, we had similar scenario before the start of Sunday’s German MotoGP where Valentino Rossi and Andea Dovizioso made superb starts but they failed to capitalized on good starts as Marquez continue his impressive run in Germany.
Currently Marc Marquez leads the championship table with 145 points thats 24 ahead of closest rival in Jorge Lorenzo who has 121 points. Valentino Rossi will be looking to put TT Assen disappointment behind as he try to close the gap where he trails Marquez by 42 points. However Marquez has been sensational at Sachsenring circuit since 2013 winning all three grand prixs and setting records along the way.
Actually Marquez has won every race in Germany since 2010 and this pretty much is his domain. It will come as a bad news for the chasing pack of Lorenzo and Rossi. Another win in Germany will extent Marquez lead at the top and it all setup for a grand weekend of MotoGP action.
Its a massive weekend as far as MotoGP title is concerned for this season. This will be the 9th round of 18th this season and after German Grand Prix we will have a summer break. A win for any of the top three will hand momentum on his hands when the season resume late in August 2016.
German MotoGP 2016 Qualifying and Race Results & Replays Like always we will be placing a full replay video of 2016 German MotoGP which will be available couple of hours after the race is over. The coverage will be from the BT Sports UK english and it will be available in two parts uploaded a few hours after the race is finished. You need to remember that video will only be available form next 24 hours after which it will be deleted.
Once the race is over we will updated this page with the full race results, video highlights and reaction from the sundays big race. Valentino Rossi is leading the championship table but Jorge Lorenzo is on his tail and things are getting interesting between the two main championship rivals heading halfway through the season.