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Old 04-04-2016, 04:29 AM   #1
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MotoGP 2016 Championship standings after Argentina

Championship standings after the second round of the 2016 season

MotoGP 2016 Championship standings after Argentina




MARC Marquez has taken to the top of the Championship standings after winning the Argentinian Grand Prix ahead of Movistar Yamaha's Valentino Rossi.

With Lorenzo crashing out of the race, it left Marquez and Rossi with the whole shot, but the decider was down to the bike change on either the 9th, 10th, or 11th lap.

Marquez took the win with Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone looking to take the second and third places on the podium until Iannone took out himself and his Ducati team-mate leaving Rossi to take second and Marquez's team-mate Dani Pedrosa to take third.

The Spaniard now has an 8-point advantage over Rossi with Lorenzo down in fourth after his DNF. After finishing an astonishing fourth in Argentina Irishman Eugene Laverty is up the standings to 8th with British rider Bradley Smith in 9th only 1-point behind.

Iannone, Cal Crutchlow, Yonny Hernandez and Loris Baz are still to pick up any points so far this season.

Pos.RiderBikeNationPoints1Marc MARQUEZHondaSPA412Valentino ROSSIYamahaITA333Dani PEDROSAHondaSPA274Jorge LORENZOYamahaSPA255Andrea DOVIZIOSODucatiITA236Pol ESPARGAROYamahaSPA197Hector BARBERADucatiSPA188Eugene LAVERTYDucatiIRL179Bradley SMITHYamahaGBR1610Maverick VIÑALESSuzukiSPA1011Aleix ESPARGAROSuzukiSPA1012Alvaro BAUTISTAApriliaSPA913Stefan BRADLApriliaGER914Tito RABATHondaSPA815Scott REDDINGDucatiGBR616Michele PIRRODucatiITA417Jack MILLERHondaAUS218Andrea IANNONEITA19Cal CRUTCHLOWGBR20Loris BAZFRA21Yonny HERNANDEZCOL
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