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By Steve Lamb

Production Manager - Still considers himself a novice rider, despite passing his test over twenty years ago. Steve has only ever owned four bikes - a '95 Suzuki GSX600F (which he dropped in the first minute of ownership), an '04 Yamaha FZ6 Fazer and currently a '16 Ducati Scrambler Classic, as well as (very slowly) building a '94 Yamaha SR125 'brat tracker'.

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Despite the best attempts of the Yamahas of Fabio Quartararo and Maverick Viñales, the Thai GP saw a certain Mr Marquez cross the line first and win his sixth top class world championship, and his eighth in total. This puts Marquez sixth in the all-time list of championship winners, ahead of the likes of John Surtees, Phil Reed, Geoff Duke and Mick Doohan.

In case you missed the GP, here are your top five finishers in each of the classes:

MotoGP Results – Thailand

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Marc Marquez (SPA)

Repsol Honda Team

39'36.223

2

Fabio Quartararo (FRA)

Petronas Yamaha SRT

+0.171

3

Maverick Viñales (SPA)

Monster Energy Yamaha

+1.380

4

Andrea Dovizioso (ITA)

Ducati Team

+11.218

5

Alex Rins (SPA)

Team Suzuki Ecstar

+11.449

Fastest Race Lap – Marc Marquez – Lap 11 – 1'30.904

Moto2 Results – Thailand

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Luca Marini (ITA)

SKY Racing Team VR46

38'40.882

2

Brad Binder (RSA)

Red Bull KTM Ajo

+2.296

3

Iker Lecuona (SPA)

American Racing KTM

+2.544

4

Augusto Fernandez (SPA)

FLEXBOX HP40

+2.585

5

Alex Marquez (SPA)

EG 0,0 Marc VDS

+2.919

Fastest Race Lap – Luca Marini – Lap 6 – 1'36.097

Moto3 Results – Thailand

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Albert Arenas (SPA)

Gaviota Angel Nieto Team

38'09.383

2

Lorenzo Dalla Porta (ITA)

Leopard Racing

+0.231

3

Alonso Lopez (SPA)

Estrella Galicia 0,0

+0.322

4

Marcos Ramirez (SPA)

Leopard Racing

+0.459

5

Dennis Foggia (ITA)

SKY Racing Team VR46

+0.666

Fastest Race Lap – Ai Ogura – Lap 10 – 1'43.222

 

 

So, after the action of Thailand, here's how the all-important tables stand. With the MotoGP championship wrapped up in style, there's still all to play for in Moto2 and Moto3 with 100 points still up for grabs over the next four races.

MOTOGP Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Top

To Next

1

Marc Marquez

Honda

325

-

-

2

Andrea Dovizioso

Ducati

215

110

110

3

Alex Rins

Suzuki

167

48

158

4

Maverick Viñales (1)

Yamaha

163

4

162

5

Danilo Petrucci (1)

Ducati

162

1

163

6

Valentino Rossi

Yamaha

145

17

180

7

Fabio Quartararo

Yamaha

143

2

182

8

Jack Miller

Ducati

119

24

206

9

Cal Crutchlow

Honda

102

17

223

10

Franco Morbidelli

Yamaha

90

12

235

 

MOTO2 Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Alex Marquez

Kalex

224

-

-

2

Augusto Fernandez (1)

Kalex

184

40

40

3

Brad Binder (2)

KTM

180

4

44

4

Thomas Luthi

Kalex

178

2

46

5

Jorge Navarro (3)

Speed Up

175

3

49

6

Luca Marini (1)

Kalex

151

24

73

7

Lorenzo Baldassarri (1)

Kalex

138

13

86

8

Marcel Schrotter

Kalex

118

20

106

9

Fabio Di Giannantonio

Speed Up

94

24

130

10

Enea Bastianini

Kalex

86

8

138

 

MOTO3 Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Lorenzo Dalla Porta

Honda

204

-

-

2

Aaron Canet

KTM

182

22

22

3

Tony Abolino

Honda

161

21

43

4

Marcos Ramirez (1)

Honda

136

25

68

5

John McPhee (1)

Honda

126

10

78

6

Niccolo Antonelli (1)

Honda

118

8

86

7

Celestino Vietti (1)

KTM

100

18

104

8

Jaume Masia

KTM

96

4

108

9

Dennis Foggia (↑2)

KTM

92

4

112

10

Ai Ogura (1)

Honda

86

6

118

 

MOTOE Championship Tables (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Matteo Ferrari

Energica

72

-

-

2

Hector Garzo

Energica

53

19

19

3

Bradley Smith

Energica

48

5

24

4

Mike Di Meglio

Energica

47

1

25

5

Xavier Simeon

Energica

45

2

27

6

Niccolo Canepa

Energica

36

9

36

7

Jesko Raffin

Energica

32

4

40

8

Niki Tuuli

Energica

26

6

46

9

Mattia Casadei

Energica

24

2

48

10

Sete Gibernau

Energica

24

0

48

 

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The action continues this weekend at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan at the Twin Ring Motegi Circuit, a 2.98 mile (4.8km) circuit with six left-hand and eight right-hand corners and a 2500ft (0.762km) straight.

The all-time circuit record currently belongs to Jorge Lorenzo with a time of 1'43.790 from 2015.

Live coverage of all the Free Practice sessions, qualifying and racing is on BT Sport 2, with Highlights during the week on free-to-air Quest.

MotoGP – Motegi TV Times

All times are UK BST (GMT+1).

Friday 18th October 2019

LIVE - Free Practice 1 & 2 – All classes

00:45 – 08:15

BT Sport 2

 

Saturday 19th October 2019

LIVE - Free Practice 3 – All Classes

01:00 – 04:00

BT Sport 2

LIVE – Qualifying

04:00 – 08:15

BT Sport 2

 

Sunday 20th October 2019

LIVE - Warm-Up

00:30 – 02:15

BT Sport 2

LIVE – Asia Talent Cup

02:15 – 03:15

BT Sport 2

LIVE - Moto3 Race

03:15 – 05:00

BT Sport 2

LIVE - Moto2 Race

05:00 – 06:30

BT Sport 2

LIVE - MotoGP Race

06:30 – 08:15

BT Sport 2

All Races - Repeated

11:15 – 14:15

BT Sport 2

 

Monday 21st October 2019

Highlights

18:00 – 19:00

23:00 – 00:00

Quest

 

Photos: www.photoPSP.com/FIM/MotoGP.com

 

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