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Full Race MotoGP Assen 2018 ( START TO FINISH) BEST RACE 2018

Full Race MotoGP Assen 2018
Full Race MotoGP Assen 2018
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MotoGP Historic Battles -- Rossi vs Stoner Laguna Seca 08'

It was the moment that many will say shaped their future relationship. Valentino Rossi and Casey Stoner embarked on one of the most entertaining and exciting battles in MotoGP history in Laguna Seca in 2008, much to the delight of the US crowds and fans around the world. Relive it here!

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MotoGP Argentina 2018 Full Race - Rossi vs Marquez

MotoGP: Cal Crutchlow wins bizarre, dramatic Grand Prix of Argentina. CAL Crutchlow claimed victory in the Grand Prix of Argentina, a race that will go down in MotoGP history as one of the most bizarre and dramatic of all time.
QUITE frankly, from start to finish, the MotoGP Grand Prix of Argentina defied belief.

Where do you even begin... Let’s start with the podium: Cal Crutchlow managed his tyres to perfection and fought off a last-lap challenge from Johann Zarco to win his third MotoGP race, while Alex Rins scored his first podium in the premier class for Suzuki, Jack Miller finishing on their tails in fourth.

Then there was the beginning: Miller started from pole position with a literal four row head-start. As he did to top qualifying, the Australian was the only one to switch to slick tyres as the field gridded up on a damp but drying track.
Every other rider had to return to the pits and fit slicks, a move which delayed the start and earnt them grid penalties, which moved every rider other than Miller back 12 grid positions. Then there was Marc Marquez’s race, which almost didn’t get started at all.
The reigning world champion stalled his bike on the grid, bump started it, then rode the wrong way back to his grid position. It was a move that earnt him a ride through penalty that dropped him to 19th, but such was his pace that he was fifth past the chequered flag.

However, he got there via a sequence of aggressive - even by Marquez’ standards - moves, culminating in one where he forced Valentino Rossi to crash.

That one earnt him a 30 second post-race time penalty for “irresponsible riding”, dropping him back to 18th position and out of the world championship points.

Through all the drama, the race itself was an absolute cracker.

Miller’s grid advantage allowed him to lead easily at the first corner, Marquez blazing his way from ‘sixth’ on the grid onto Miller’s rear tyre by the end of the lap.

‘Front row’ starter Dani Pedrosa only made it to the penultimate corner of the opening tour. A pass from Zarco put the Honda onto a damp patch, a nasty high-side crash flicking the Spaniard into the gravel.

Marquez blasted past Miller down the back straight to take the lead, only to be handed the ride-through penalty for his grid antics, dropping him to the tail-end of the field.

He charged past bike after bike until he squeezed Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro aside for 18th, a move race direction believed was too aggressive, ordering Marquez to give back the spot.

It didn’t exactly deter his progress. A few laps later he was on the tail of the battle for fifth between Maverick Vinales, Rossi and Andrea Dovizioso.
Marquez made short work of the Ducati but made a meal of his move on Rossi, forcing the Yamaha wide and onto the wet grass, with the inevitable consequence of the No.46 hitting the deck.

An exasperated Rossi gesticulated wildly as Marquez rode off, himself apologising. Rossi would remount and finish 19th; Marquez would pick off Vinales for fifth on the final tour, before his penalty dropped him back to 18th.
The battle for the lead boiled down to a four-bike shootout between Miller, Rins, Zarco and Crutchlow.

Rins poked and probed but couldn’t make a move on Miller stick until finally finding his way past with nine laps to go, only to make a mistake a lap later and drop back to the tail of the lead group.

Miller’s time at the front lasted just one more tour. He ran the Pramac Ducati wide at the penultimate corner and dropped to fourth, and was unable to latch back onto Rins’ tail before the chequered flag.

That handed Crutchlow the lead, fighting off Zarco on the final tour to take his first win since Phillip Island in 2016.
Behind the top four, Vinales resumed fifth once Marquez was given his post-race sanction, with Dovizioso next in sixth. Former Moto2 champion Tito Rabat took his best MotoGP finish in seventh ahead of Andrea Iannone, while Malaysian rookie Hafizh Syahrin rode an impressive race to ninth place ahead of Danilo Petrucci.

You then had to scan past the names of Pol Espargaro, Scott Redding, Takaaki Nakagami and Franco Morbidelli to find that of Jorge Lorenzo.

The factory Ducati rider had an anonymous race, falling to last on the opening tour and making limited progress after that. An illustration of that is that, despite Marquez copping three separate penalties, at no point did the No.99 Ducati head the No.93 Honda during the race on the road.

MotoGP™ Rewind: A recap of the #MalaysianGP

All the most unmissable moments from the #MalaysianGP in one place!

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MotoGP™ 2014 Biggest crashes

The most spectacular crashes from the premier class of the MotoGP™ World Championship in 2014

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MotoGP Engine Configurations Comparison

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Look & listen to how different engine configurations produce the incredible noise of #MotoGP bikes!
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MotoGP Champion Races Up Snow and Ice at World Cup Ski Course

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The Hahnenkamm race is the toughest contest in skiing’s World Cup. But motorcycles and snow generally don’t go together, right? Wrong. World Champion MotoGP rider Marc Márquez is used to testing himself and his Repsol Honda RC213V machine to the limit. With the help of Austrian ice speedway legend Franky Zorn – who fitted his RC213V with special tyre spikes – the triple MotoGP title holder became the first man to go up Austria’s Kitzbühel Alps on a MotoGP machine.

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MotoGP Champion Rockets Up the World's Toughest Ski Course

Valentino Rossi vs Marc Marquez Best Fight

Best Fight & Battle Valentino Rossi vs Marc Marquez


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MotoGP™ 2014 Best Overtakes

The best moves from the riders in the premier class of the MotoGP™ World Championship in 2014

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MotoGP™ Crash Reel

Coming off a motorcycle is never a nice experience, yet sometimes one needs to be reminded just what the MotoGP™ riders risk when they head out on track, to truly appreciate the skill required with such powerful machines.

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2018 Italian GP - Yamaha in action

Check out all of the best Yamaha action from the Circuit of the Italian.

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Biggest wobbles and best saves in MotoGP™

Check out our video about the 2012 season's most spectacular saves and biggest wobbles from riders across all three MotoGP™ classes.

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India's first MotoGP team

Until Ramji Govindarajan decided to start Ten10 racing, India didn't have an independent Moto racing team. Soon with team member Sarath Kumar, not only did team Ten10 race in international circuits like the the Italian MotoGP in 2010, it also beat TVS Racing in the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship (INMRC) in the 125 CC category - that same year!

What prompted this Indian to go from the family business of owning petrol bunks to owning India's first winning Moto racing team? You don't want to miss this video.

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MotoGP Tutorials - Scott Redding explains the use of "Strategies Buttons"

Bask to #Sepang test with Scott Redding explaining the use of Strategies Buttons of his Ducati Desmosedici GP 2016

Rewind and relive the Argentina GP

Some of the best images from the opening night of the 2018 season at the Termas de Rio Hondo.

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Starting Sound of MotoGP 2013 Sepang (HD Sound)

Incredible sound of MotoGP. Use your Hi Quality speakers to feel a REAL sound of MotoGP at Sepang. Race start at 01:10sec in this movie. Enjoyy!! Thanks for watching.

Unbelievable Funny MotoGP crash Compilation 2016 #12

MotoGP Rewind: A recap of the #BritishGP

All the most unmissable moments from the #BritishGP in one place!

Most Unbelievable Motorsport Crashes [No Music]

Crashes happen all the time in motorsport. Some, though, are more spectacular than the rest. These are the most unbelievable of all...

For those wondering, here is a list of the series featured...

0:10 - BRDC Formula 3
0:36 - Formula Renault 2.0
0:50 - FIA European Formula 3
1:36 - Continental Tyre Sports Car Challenge
2:08 - World Series by Renault
3:00 - Bruce McLaren Trophy at the 74th Goodwood Members' Meeting
3:19 - BRDC Formula 3
3:47 - Super Race
4:29 - Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge
5:14 - FIA World Endurance Championship
6:16 - Classic Formula Ford
6:41 - British GT
6:57 - TCR International Series
7:12 - World Superbike Championship
7:21 - Ginetta Junior Championship

MotoGP Rewind: A recap of Qatar GP

All the most unmissable moments from the Qatar GP in one place!

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