26.10.2011 [BSN] - By MotoGP desk RepsolCaixa Moto2 star MarcMarquez's participation in the final race of the year at Valencia next weekend is in doubt after the Spaniard was suffering from double vision as a result of his free practice crash at Sepang necessitated a
23.10.2011 [girlracer] - Stefan Bradl (Viessmann Kiefer Racing) and Pol Espargaró (HP Tuenti Speed Up) completed the podium, as Marc Márquez sat out the race having not been passed fit following a crash in FP1 on Friday. The title will now be decided at the final round in
21.10.2011 [girlracer] - Bradl's Championship rival Marc Márquez elected to sit out the afternoon session in order to fully recover after a crash in the morning run. Viessmann Kiefer Racing's Bradl edged Espargaró (Pons HP 40) by two-hundredths of a second for the top spot in
15.10.2011 [girlracer] - Championship leader Marc Márquez (Team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol) had a one-minute penalty added to his time of 1'35.298 following his collision with Ratthapark Wilairot (Thai Honda Singha-SAG) at the end of the Friday's first free practice session.
03.10.2011 [autosport.com] - Following MarcMarquez's second place in Japan to Stefan Bradl's fourth, the German has now lost his championship lead for the very first time since taking it with the win at the season opener in Qatar. With three races remaining, there is just one
01.10.2011 [Stay On The Black] - He was faster than MarcMarquez in the first two sectors and looking really strong, until he was held up when a rider in front made a mistake. It was obvious Mika lost a lot of time and to qualify 12th isn't where he deserved to be.
MotoGP leader MarcMarquez wins US Grand Prix - It was the second consecutive win and third of the season for the 20-year-old, who becomes the youngest rider to win back-to-back races in the premier class.