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2015 Indianapolis Moto2 Qualifying Practice Result: Pole Sitter Withstands The Onslaught

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Alex Rins has taken the second pole position of his Moto2 career, holding off charges from all sides to take top spot. The Pagina Amarillas HP 40 rider has been fast all weekend, and qualifying was no exception. The strongest attack on his position came from Tito Rabat, but Rins upped his pace and held on for pole.

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2015 Indianapolis MotoGP QP Result: King Of America Or Captain America?

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Marc Marquez continued his dominance on American soil with a with a lap of 1'31.884 to take pole position Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This is Marquez's third-consecutive pole and brings his 2015 season pole-position total to five. 

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2015 Indianapolis MotoGP FP4 Result: Marquez Answers Lorenzo's Challenge

Marc Marquez made it immediately clear that Sunday was not going to be the Jorge Lorenzo show with a series of blistering FP4 laps Saturday that put him six-tenths of a second clear of the field. Jorge Lorenzo, fastest in previous practices, managed a distant second and the riders worked less on fastest single laps than on on race setup. Dani Pedrosa improved his showing with third-quickest in the session.

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2015 Indianapolis Moto3 QP Result: A Bit Of The Same Along With A Shock At The Top

Championship leader Danny Kent set the new Moto3 single-lap record while grabbing pole position Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Kent's 1'40.703 bettered Jack Miller's lap record from one year ago and left him eight-hundredths of a second clear of Miguel Oliveira (2nd). 

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2015 Indianapolis Moto2 FP3 Result: Rins Edges Morbidelli And Rabat

Alex Rins has ended the final session of free practice for the Moto2 class on top of the timesheets. The HP 40 Pons rider fired in a quick final lap to sneak ahead of Franco Morbidelli, who had in turn edged ahead of Tito Rabat. It was Tito Rabat who had made the early running, grinding out his usual long and punishing runs, with only Alex Rins briefly interrupting his flow. But fast laps by Morbidelli and then Rins pushed Rabat down to 3rd at the end.

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2015 Indianapolis MotoGP FP3 Result: Marquez Sets Pace In Thrilling Session

Marc Marquez turned the thumbscrews in the final session of free practice for the MotoGP class, the Repsol Honda rider setting a blistering pace even in race set up, with only Jorge Lorenzo able to follow in the first part of FP3. Marquez remained ahead in the final part of the session, as riders started chasing quick times looking for safe passage straight into Q2. They came close, but nobody could quite match the pace of the man who has never lost a MotoGP race on American soil.

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2015 Indianapolis Moto3 FP3 Result: Kent Dominates, Fenati Crashes

Danny Kent has once again topped the timesheets at Indianapolis, putting a big chunk of time between himself and his rivals. The Leopard Racing rider spent most of FP3 inside the top five, as he continued to work on old tires, before putting on fresh rubber at the end to take the lead and gap the opposition. He ended the session just under half a second ahead of the rest.

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2015 Indianapolis MotoGP Friday Notes - Marquez vs Lorenzo, The Mystery Of Tires, And Weird Silly Season Rumors

Every race track has something special, but each is special in a different way. There are the tracks which are notable for the speed, such as Mugello, Termas de Rio Hondo, or Phillip Island. There are tracks which have a spectacular setting, such as Phillip Island, Mugello, or Aragon. There are tracks which are notable for their layout, either fast and flowing like Assen or Brno, or tight and treacherous such as the Sachsenring. And then there are tracks which are so unlike anywhere else that motorcycle racing goes to that they have a character all of their own. Like Indianapolis.

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