Marquez wins his 7th title at the MotoGP 2021 Grand Prix of Americas

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The action-packed MotoGP 2021- Grand Prix of Americas finishes with lots of thrilling moments & some heat.

Marc Marquez was relentless in Texas as his amazing race pace accelerated him to the second success of the 2021 season. The success took the Repsol Honda Team’s 450th premier category podium.
There was no thinking back as the 8th time World Champion set an unparalleled rhythm over the accompanying 20 laps. From lap 5 to lap 15, Marquez maintained a 2’04.9 to open up a gap of more than 4 secs to Fabio Quartararo. Marquez was unstoppable on Sunday in Austin as he wins his 7th success at the circuit.

With 98 podiums in the notable Repsol Honda Team tones, Marquez is the second-best rider as far as podium wraps up for the group behind Dani Pedrosa with 112 top 3 finishes. This brings the #93’s success count to 58 in the head class and moves him to 7th in the World Championship standings with 117 pts.

Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo displayed a mature ride in the present Grand Prix of The Americas. The title leader adjusted on a barely recognizable difference between protecting 2nd spot and pursuing the race leader. Moreover, he broadened the margin in the standings to 52 pts during the process. Franco Morbidelli struggled with his leg injury and worked towards maintaining the rhythm all through the 20-lap race at the Circuit of The Americas (COTA). Finishing the race at 19th position.

Quartararo had an extraordinary beginning from 2nd on the grid and opened into runner up through the 1st corners. He was standing out pursuing Marc Marquez. The Frenchman wouldn’t let the race leader beyond his control in the initial laps, holding the gap under 0.5s consistently. Notwithstanding, toward the beginning of lap 6 Jorge Martin put the squeeze on the Yamaha man. El Diablo held firm however lost significant time.

For a few laps, the number-20 rider couldn’t unwind, attempting to bring in Marquez again and shielding the second spot simultaneously. Eventually in the end he figured out how to split away from Martin. The subsequent piece of breathing space permitted him to zero in on his momentum. And he speeded to come in just short of the leader, 4.679s from first.

Based on the results, Quartararo’s lead in the title remains at 52 pts, with 254 pts in total. Fellow rider Morbidelli stays 17th rank with 40 pts. Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP gets the 2nd place with the group standing 349 pts. Yamaha earns 2nd in the constructor championship with 282 pts.

The Ducati Lenovo Team rider dropped once again into the 5th spot after a couple of laps. Later, had to make up ground to get once more into the battle for the podium. In the wake of passing his team rider Jack Miller and later Jorge Martin. Bagnaia displayed the unequivocal assault on the partner Ducati rider with 3 laps to go. Further, he took the 3rd spot behind his immediate title rival Fabio Quartararo. After the present race, Pecco stays 2nd in the overall standings, 52 pts behind the Frenchman.

Jack Miller made an incredible recuperation up to the 4th spot in the initial laps. Notwithstanding, in the 2nd part of the race, the Australian rider couldn’t keep a similar speed and began losing a few spots finishing at 6th. On the last lap, Jack had contact with Mir, which constrained him to lose two positions. Mill operator in the long run finished the race in the 7th spot, as the Spaniard needed to drop one spot as he was penalized for the move.

After the 15th round of the 2021 MotoGP World Championship, the Australian rider is the 4th in the overall standings with 148 pts. While Ducati and the Ducati Lenovo Team presently lead the Constructors’ Championship and the Teams’ Championship.

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