Honda Moto GP champion Marc Marquez won the German Grand Prix at Sachsenring on Sunday for the tenth year in a row in all the categories he has raced in that time, extending his advantage in the overall standings by 58 points.
His compatriot Maverick Viñales finished second for the Yamaha team and British LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow was third despite suffering a tibia fracture earlier in the week.
Márquez, who started from pole for the tenth consecutive time at the Chemnitz circuit, has 185 points after nine victories in 19 races with Italian Andrea Dovizioso, his closest rival, with 127 after finishing fifth with Ducati.
Márquez’s winning streak at the German circuit began in 2010 when he competed in the 125cc (now Moto3) class. He then won in Moto2 in 2011 and 2012, his seventh victory in MotoGP.