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Championship leader Marc Marquez and teammate Dani Pedrosa are looking forward to the upcoming British Grand Prix, round 12 of the MotoGP Championship, determined to continue the good work that has so far allowed them to step up on the podium seven times each this season (six times together). That tally includes three wins for Marquez and one win for Pedrosa.

A one-day test at Misano last Sunday saw the Repsol Honda pair work positively on their RC213V’s setup before heading to the historic Silverstone Circuit, where the MotoGP Championship returned in 2010 after a 23-year break (from 1988 to 2009). During that time, the British Grand Prix was held at Donington Park.

When is the British Grand Prix 2017?

British GP is held on 25-27 August 2017

At the UK Grand Prix (held at Silverstone Circuit)

Marc Marquez has 2 wins, 1×125 (2010) and 1xMotoGP (2014), plus an additional 2 podiums and 5 pole positions. Dani Pedrosa has celebrated two podium finishes in MotoGP (3rd in 2013 and 2012).

british grand prix

british grand prix

Marc Marquez

“Step by step, we’ve been able to find a good base for our bike and this is very good, as one of my goals is to always be there at the front and be very consistent at all tracks and in all conditions. Of course we’ll try for the same at Silverstone, a circuit that I like, though we know it will be a challenging round as our opponents are usually very strong there. Last year we did a good job during the weekend and only on race day we probably didn’t make the perfect choice with the front tyre. This year we’ll try and do everything to be able to fight for the podium again.”

Dani Pedrosa

“The team is working well, in Austria we overturned a difficult weekend to get a positive result in the race. Now we go to a difficult track which is bumpy and where the weather is always unstable! We’ll be aiming to improve and be focused because last year was difficult so we must be out lapping and learning about the tyres and the setup to be prepared for Sunday’s race.”

 

Rider Standings

Pos.RiderNumNationPointsTeam
1MARQUEZ Marc93SPA174Repsol Honda Team
2DOVIZIOSO Andrea4ITA158Ducati Team
3VINALES Maverick25SPA150Movistar Yamaha MotoGP
4ROSSI Valentino46ITA141Movistar Yamaha MotoGP
5PEDROSA Dani26SPA139Repsol Honda Team
6ZARCO Johann5FRA99Monster Yamaha Tech 3
7LORENZO Jorge99SPA79Ducati Team
8FOLGER Jonas94GER77Monster Yamaha Tech 3
9CRUTCHLOW Cal35GBR76LCR Honda
10PETRUCCI Danilo9ITA75Octo Pramac Racing
11BAUTISTA Alvaro19SPA52Pull&Bear Aspar Team
12ESPARGARO Aleix41SPA43Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
13MILLER Jack43AUS43Team EG 0,0 Marc VDS
14BAZ Loris76FRA38Reale Avintia Racing
15REDDING Scott45GBR37Octo Pramac Racing
16IANNONE Andrea29ITA33Team Suzuki Ecstar
17ABRAHAM Karel17CZE25Pull&Bear Aspar Team
18RABAT Tito53SPA23Team EG 0,0 Marc VDS
19BARBERA Hector8SPA21Reale Avintia Racing
20ESPARGARO Pol44SPA21Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
21RINS Alex42SPA12Team Suzuki Ecstar
22SMITH Bradley38GBR8Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
23PIRRO Michele51ITA7Ducati Test Team
24KALLIO Mika36FIN6Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
25LOWES Sam22GBR2Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
26GUINTOLI Sylvain50FRA1Team Suzuki Ecstar

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