Marc Márquez, the king of Sachsenring

The pilot CatalunyaCaixa get his fourth win of the season, the 21st of his career The Cervera consolidates its leadership and leads the overall standings with 43 points ahead of second placed

At cruising speed. The pilot CatalunyaCaixa Marc Marquez has achieved today in the Grand Prix of Germany for his second consecutive victory, the fourth of the season. Thus, the CX gets its 11th win in Moto2, 21 th of his career and even the record of victories in the World Cup won by a pilot before the age of 20 years, to date, held by Dani Pedrosa. In addition, the pilot maintains CatalunyaCaixa his romance with the demanding Sachsenring, where Marquez scored three consecutive wins in the 125cc class in 2010 and the last two in Moto2. With the win today, Marquez consolidates his lead and leads the overall standings with 43 points ahead of second placed Pol Espargaró.
The CX has ruled with an iron grip throughout the race. Starting from pole position, also the third consecutive year, the pilot CatalunyaCaixa with a dictatorial pace, with great intelligence has led the entire race. Only Andrea Iannone, who has gone down, has been able to advance you, in the absence of 19 laps. But the next turn, Marquez has returned to the head and has even managed to increase the gap to his pursuers, Mika Kallio and Alex de Angelis, on the final leg of the race. CatalunyaCaixa driver crossed the finish line at 2,093 seconds of Kallio, second, and De Angelis 2567, third.
After a great job, by all technical equipment, and tire choice, which has been crucial, hard-left with compounds, the pilot was able to address CatalunyaCaixa the final laps secured without deviating one iota of rhythm carried out throughout the race. In the end, his team manager Emilio Alzamora was very satisfied with the approach of Cervera career that has been applied.
Cervera played the next week the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello.
Marc Marquez CatalunyaCaixa pilot, winner of the Grand Prix of Germany 2012, 41'32 .467, 1 overall with 152 points:
"I knew from the beginning I had to start strong, because both Iannone as Espargaró came a little late and I knew I could make a difference. But with new tires I had found comfortable. With less grip sensations have improved, but then I have left some problems in the rear, I was bouncing off the curves and prevented me from having to keep up in training. I think we did a smart race, because when I saw Iannone I almost came to change the strategy and stay behind him to not spend too much tire. But I decided to throw and when I saw her fall through the screens I have tried to stay focused. It was very hard to be the whole race with so little advantage, but went well and at the end, old tires, I could keep up and open a small hole. "
Emili Alzamora, Team Manager:
"It was a perfect race. It is the first time that Marc is leading the race from start to finish and that's a very important point to consider. Marc is a young driver you will gain experience year after year and today, I liked the approach has been applied and career as he has managed. He knew he had to go right, shoot and score their own pace, and has done so. He has managed to do very well, which is not easy the fact maintain concentration throughout the race. In addition, some problems came from "chattering" also knew neutralize. To commend the crew who have done a great job. One of the keys of the race was the choice of hard rubber, and the development of the bike, so I think Santi Hernandez has had little to do with this victory. We go to Mugello highly motivated and with the same energy as usual. "