Marc Marquez gets his third victory and is more of a leader

The pilot expands CatalunyaCaixa difference in the overall standings with 23 points and leads second placed The Cervera gets his tenth win in Moto2 and the twentieth of his career

The pilot CatalunyaCaixa Marc Marquez has now achieved his third victory of the season in the Dutch Grand Prix, his tenth win in Moto2 and 20 th of his career. Thus, the Cervera has signed a new exhibit at the Assen circuit, where he 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 23 points ahead of second placed Andrea Iannone.
The Cervera, who started from pole position, has been imposed in a race extremely competitive. After a very tight, Marquez has fallen to fifth. Low to high, Marquez has gone up the pace and winning positions until lap 11 Scott has made progress in Redding, who has kept another great duel for second place. In turn, Iannone had managed to escape and leading the race with more than three seconds of advantage over Marquez.
But the pilot CatalunyaCaixa has become hit and intensity, lap after lap, has managed to iron out the difference with the Italian to reach you with three laps of the race. Marc has starred in another nice duel and after several overtaking, the driver has gotten CatalunyaCaixa leave behind Iannone and cross the finish line in first place, getting his third consecutive podium and the sixth of seven possible this season.
No time to rest, Marquez played the next week's German Grand Prix.
Marc Marquez CatalunyaCaixa pilot, champion Dutch Grand Prix, 39'43 .170, 1 overall with 127 points:
"It was a tough race but nice. At first I struggled a lot, because I have left some problems that had no training and I could not pick up the pace, maybe it was my strong point today. When I saw that Iannone was leaving, I tried to stay calm because I knew that ultimately influence career tires enough. Perhaps I made the mistake of spending too much time trying to overtake Aegerter and Redding. They played their cards, but I could pass. Finally last two laps were very nice with Iannone, which I would liked to have been Pol [Espargaró], because I think it would have been a tight race fought. In any case, we are pleased with how we've done, our labor, and now we have to think in Germany, which will be a race too important. "
Emili Alzamora, Team Manager:
"Marc has done an excellent career. Again, the race has managed to perfection. It was not easy. The team has done a great job as they have managed to give a competitive bike and on the other hand, Marc has used all the resources to take the win. A shame for Pol, that a fall could not be there before, because with Iannone had been the toughest opponent to beat. The rating of the weekend is obviously very good but we must continue working to get a bike more stable throughout the weekend. "