Marc Marquez who rose to the occasion at the Dutch TT MotoGP Assen 2018 Race Results
MotoGP Assen 2018 Race Results: It was Marc Marquez who rose to the event in the TT Moto GP 2018 in Assen, after only about breaking out of a six-bike scrap to select the lead of the race at the final stages. Piloting the Honda racing Moto GP rival Moto GP defending winner Marc Marquez took the win with a margin of 2.269 minutes, his closing charge making an extremely close race seem easier than it had been. More so considering that the reigning winner did not bet his claim to the very best place till there were just four laps remaining. At the beginning of the race, it seemed like it’d be the Ducati of Jorge Lorenzo, who chose a breathtaking escape from 10th on the grid to depart the very first corner supporting pole-sitter Marc Marquez, simply to pass him at the opening laps.
The further drive coming out of his unorthodox choice of the front. Lorenzo marked the mind of the bunch while Marquez fought to fight the likes of Valentino Rossi and another Ducati piloted by Andrea Dovizioso. Together with the Suzuki of Alex Rins buzzing in their tail.Although that the Spaniard was unable to expand his gap in the head of this area by over a couple of tenths.
Even Rins who finally took the second position following powering past Yamaha’s Maverick Vinales chose an early stab at next position following muscling Marquez broad to the 12th lap exiting the Strubben, a movement he was researched although not penalised for, together with Marquez in authentic Lannister spirit repaying the debt laps later.
Rossi however clearly lacked push as his brief spell before the bunch, since the bunch came via the Stubben on Lap 22 Marquez recaptured his direct. It was Alex Rin’s Suzuki which came out in 2nd position to fasten his best-ever MotoGP complete by only 0.039s. Dovizioso dropped to fourth just on the penultimate lap and dropped just at the tenth brief of making it back to the podium finishing in fourth ahead of Valentino Rossi who shot up the fifth position after running wide on corner 1 to precisely the exact same lap.