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125: Marquez takes Sachsenring victory

That left Marquez to cruise to a 17.578sec victory, while Koyama collected second and Marquez' Ajo Derbi team-mate Sandro Cortese claimed third, in his home race, after a strong charge in the second half of the race.

Marquez, who began the race just one point in front of Espargaro, is now 26 points clear heading into the summer break. The 125cc and Moto2 classes don't race at Laguna Seca.

Smith's Aspar Aprilia team-mate and former title leader Nico Terol missed the event due to back injuries sustained last time out in Catalunya.

Race results - Germany:

1. Marquez (Derbi) 27 laps
2. Koyama (Aprilia) +17.578s
3. Cortese (Derbi) +18.263s
4. Rabat (Aprilia) +19.098s
5. Smith (Aprilia) +19.713s
6. Zarco (Aprilia) +44.976s
7. Webb (Aprilia) +53.243s
8. Vazquez (Derbi) +53.302s
9. Fagerhaug (Aprilia) +53.589s
10. Kartheininger (KTM) +1m 5.078s

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Koyama, Marquez, Cortese, 125 German GP, race.
Kyle Smith, Aegerter, Hook on Suzuka podium (pic: TSR)
Smith at Suzuka 8 Hours (pic: Yamaha)
Smith, Espargaro, Nakasuga celebrate Suzuka win (pic: Yamaha)
Smith, Espargaro, Nakasuga win Suzuka (pic: Yamaha)
Bradley Smith tests for Suzuka (pic: Yamaha)
Smith, Espargaro, Nakasuga ready for Suzuka 8 Hours (pic: Yamaha)
Bradley Ray (GBR), FTR Moto2, Moto2, [Credit: Bonnie Lane]
Smith, German MotoGP race 2015
Smith, German MotoGP race 2015
Smith, German MotoGP race 2015
Smith, German MotoGP race 2015
Smith, German MotoGP race 2015
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Smith, German MotoGP race 2015
Smith, German MotoGP 2015
Smith, German MotoGP 2015
Smith and Crutchlow, German MotoGP 2015

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July 18, 2010 11:09 AM

Well,what can you say about Marc and Pol! They gave the rest of the field a sound thrashing! Absolutely amazing riding from both guys till Pols rear wheel just skimmed the astroturf at the edge of the track and it was goodnight Vienna! I was gutted for him,you could see the mental agony in him as he desperately tried to restart his bike but failed.It just goes to show the thin line between glory and disaster.Hats off to Marc though,5 wins on the trot is a gobsmacking feat at this level of the game.Well done kid!

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