Marc Marquez would appear to be the man to beat once again for the MotoGP paddock and boasting an imperious record at the Sachsenring, who can stop him?
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Can anyone stop Marc Marquez?
It’s a question that has been asked almost every race so far this season, such has been the Spaniard’s impressive speed and at times utter dominance. But it has perhaps never been as fitting as it is this weekend.
The World Champion has eight straight wins at the Sachsenring across all classes, with nobody pipping him to the podium top spot since his MotoGP debut in 2013.
Boasting a 41-point lead going into the last race before the summer break, his championship rivals will be desperate not to see the number 93’s lead extended further.
Like in Austin, Marquez has mastered the anti-clockwise track in a way the rest of the paddock have seemingly been unable to do – so who could threaten to de-throne him in Germany?
His team-mate Dani Pedrosa was on a three-race winning run of his own until the 25-year-old arrived on the scene, and could pose the biggest challenge to Marquez this time around.
The outgoing Repsol Honda rider – who will make an announcement on his future in a press conference on Thursday – has won four times at the circuit and would love to outshine his team-mate as a parting gift here.
Another man with four premier class wins at the Saxony track, and currently Marquez’s closest rival in the standings, is a certain Valentino Rossi.
The Italian has won here with two different manufacturers and could be set for yet another epic battle with his younger Spanish rival.
For the Ducati duo of Andrea Dovizioso and Jorge Lorenzo this has not been a happy hunting ground in years gone by, and in reality both will likely just be hoping for a solid performance and to finish as the manufacturer’s top rider.
Friday 13 July - BT Sport 2
Opening Day: 7.45am - 3.15pm
Saturday 14 July - BT Sport 2
Free Practice: 7.55am - 11am
Qualifying: 11am - 3.15pm
Sunday 15 July - BT Sport 2
Warm ups: 7.30am - 9.15am
Moto3 race: 9.15am
Moto2 race: 11am
MotoGP race: 12.30pm
Chequered Flag: 2pm
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