GP Americas Championship 2015: wins for Marc Marquez, Lowes and Kent

The GP of the Americas has given us the first victory of the season for Spanish motorcycling. The culprit rang the Spanish anthem was Marc Marquez has achieved victory in MotoGP while Moto2 and Moto3 victories have been for Sam Lowes and Danny Kent.

In the race of MotoGP has not rained but has fallen water from one of the runways of the track that has forced the exit delay. Once the race has started, we have seen a Andrea Dovizioso strong that he took the lead and took advantage of the top speed of his Ducati to cancel Marc Marquez attempts to storm the lead. Came behind Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo while Scott Redding Pol Espargaró pulled to the very last entry in one of the first turns of the track.

Marc Marquez

A lack of 17 laps to go Marc Marquez was setting as a leader and began to open gap with their pursuers. The Honda rider was very safe from that time and was opening hole to win more than 2 seconds ahead of Dovizioso that he had to hold off Rossi was 3rd, a result that allows you to remain leader of the championship with points ahead of Dovizioso five over Marquez. Jorge Lorenzo finished 4th after beating Iannone while Aleix Espargaró and Maverick Vinales were 8th and 9th.

The category of Moto2 has left a very interesting race that have fallen some raindrops that have complicated the lives of the pilots. Tito Rabat led the race at first but has not felt entirely comfortable and has been cautious with rain while Johann Zarco and Sam Lowes imposed a higher pace to take the lead.

Xavier Simeon and Alex Rins trying to hunt down the two men head until Lowes took a definite change of pace Zarco could not continue and that ended the first British victory in the category. Zarco and Simeon touched and French ended on the ground, which benefited Rins who took the third position so first podium for the Spanish in this category that just landed and leads by one point lead over Zarco.

Tito Rabat positions rallied in the second half of the race and finished fourth while Mika Kallio was 8 just ahead of Julio Simon. Alex Marquez finished in 15th position, Ricky Cardus in the 17th and Luis Salom in the 27th.

The wetlands of the track also hurt the pilots Moto3 and caused the fall of Oliveira, Navarro, Bagnaia and Antonelli. In this category Danny Kent signed a perfect weekend with pole and victory with a crushing domination of the race from lap four Gotta win over 8 seconds ahead of his pursuers. Efren Vazquez ran as second on the last lap but Quartararo Spanish beat him and had to settle for third place. Isaac Viaales finished in 9th place while Herrera was 17º, 22º Carrasco and other Spaniards could not finish.