Marc Márquez, Moto2 more leader.

The pilot gets CataunyaCaixa third consecutive victory in the San Marino Grand Prix The Cervera has seven wins in 12 races and expands difference in the overall standings with 53 points ahead of the runner

New authority of the pilot hit CatalunyaCaixa Marc Marquez in Moto2 World. The Cervera has achieved a spectacular victory in the San Marino Grand Prix and has seven wins in 12 races, three straight. Thus the pilot CatalunyaCaixa extends his lead in the overall standings, who commands with 53 points ahead of the runner.
Marquez scored his third consecutive victory on the route San Marino, after starting atypical of the race, contested just three laps suspended for security reasons. In the first exit, and from pole, Marquez has a good start of the race. But in the third turn has exceeded local rider Andrea Iannone, that would show just before the red flag, because an oil slick left by the eyeglass Gino Rea.
After the break, the pilot CatalunyaCaixa has started from the second position and stood behind Iannone. But a scare in the same area as yesterday, has relegated him to fourth place. Two laps later, after scoring one of the two fastest laps achieved by the CX during the race, has regained third place. Lap after lap has begun to close the gap with Pol Espargaró and Iannone, who formed the head of the race. With four laps, Marquez has overtaken Italian rider and has placed second behind Espargaró. In the penultimate lap, the Repsol rider has achieved CatalunyaCaixa new circuit record (1'38 .453). It was the prelude to a final round of stroke, with up to five overtaking between Márquez and Espargaró. CatalunyaCaixa Repsol rider, confident, and managing the attack to perfection, knew how to wait their time without let up in no time was awarded one of the most thrilling races so far this season.
Thus, and with five races to finish the World Cup, Márquez continued in command of the overall standings with 238 points. The pilot CatalunyaCaixa return to action in two weeks, with the running of the Grand Prix at Motorland Aragon on 30 September.
Marc Márquez, CatalunyaCaixa pilot, winner of the Grand Prix of San Marino, 23'11 .278, 1st place overall with 238 points:
"I like to win like that, especially with how the race has been raised. I knew I could be in front, I was confident, but in the warm-up and cost me a bit, because I had the right rhythm and did not know how to hold out the tires during the race. In addition, I have been almost fell once and I lost a little concentration. In that time I have advanced Pol and Tito [Esteve Rabat] and has been ready to spend a third driver, so I've seen that I had to react, because there were many more riders behind. Being a career so short, it has been difficult to think calmly on the bike and so the final was so intense. I tried to recover by going to the limit on every lap and when I finally able to contact Pol, I tried to overtake him in the first corner in which I had a chance and that is where we started the fight, which I think has been very nice to the viewer. At each stop trying to brake as late as possible, and he did the same, but I could be first to the last corners and cover all the gaps. It was an important victory because Pol [Espargaró] has always been fast on this circuit. "
Emili Alzamora, Team Manager:
"Very satisfied because for us it was a weekend rather complicated: on qualifying rain and red flag, leaving the race with only 14 laps. Everything became a big unknown. Marc has managed the adverse situation perfectly and in the end, has been known to attack at the right time. We in the box, we have not wanted to mark anything as who is on the bike and knows how to analyze their chances at all times is himself. A limit as we have seen, in large part due to the great trust that has Marc, and above all, in the sweet moment in which it is located. This gave him the mental strength "plus" must now missing from the bike. As a team we need to maintain the state of grace in which Marc is ".