Mark Marquez celebrates his first victory after recovering from an injury in a MotoGP race in Soxenring!

After a tough fight against Aprilia driver Alex Espercaro, who will take the lead at the start, but eventually come in sixth, the Honda driver storms into second place from the start – eight-time world champion Great will no longer give it up.

With this, the Spaniard continues to celebrate his eleventh (!) Victory at the German Grand Prix, and once again lives up to the nickname “King of Satchenering”. With this victory came a long dry spell for Honda as well: the last victory came from Valencia in 2019, when Marquez also won.

Miguel Oliveira presents KTM on the next stage after a race victory in Barcelona, ​​with Portugal second only to Marquez. The stage is finished by French World Championship leader Fabio Guardaro (Yamaha), who, meanwhile, drops to sixth, but the race continues to strengthen as he confidently finishes third.

Second KTM Rider Brad Binder (RSA) ranked fourth for the Austrian manufacturer, while Francesco Bacchia (IDA / Ducati), Jack Miller (AUS / Ducati), Alex Esperco (ESP) completes the top ten / Aprilia polar (completes) FRA / Pramac-Ducati), John Mir (ESP / Suzuki) and Pol Espargaro (ESP / Honda).

Old star Valentino Rossi drives his Petronas Yamaha to 14th place. Franco Morpitelli (IDA / Petronas-Yamaha) and Maverick Vinyls (ESP / Yamaha) suffered severe setbacks and finished 18th and 19th, respectively.

At the World Championships, Fabio Quartaro retained his number one spot with 131 points, now 22 points ahead of second-placed Johan Sarko. Third-placed Jack Miller has won more than one race with 31 points.

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It will continue in Assen (Netherlands) next week, followed by a one-month summer break.

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