“Only three things in life are certain. Death, Taxes, and Marc Marquez winning in America.”

Hey folks, Dre here again, and its time to complete yet another double header as I take on the 2015 MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas. In this round, Marc Marquez proved he really is unstoppable around COTA, Dovizioso continued to show that Ducati’s pace is real, and Suzuki’s impressive double Top 10. Also, in Moto2, we look at Sam Lowes breaking the glass ceiling and capturing his maiden GP win, and the race changing crash between Xavier Simeon and Johann Zarco. And we also take a look at Moto3, with Danny Kent providing one of the great Moto3 performances of this era, with Fabio Quartararo continuing to make history. All that  and more as I look at MotoGP’s, Grand Prix of the Americas.

Marquez’s stunning weekend

Now, I don’t normally talk about qualifying, but you HAVE to see Marc Marquez’s qualifying lap, it’s one of the great sporting highlights of the year. With three minutes to go in the session, his bike breaks down on the home straight. He runs over the barrier and to his garage, and on the back-up bike, on his one flying lap, with the wrong front tyre on, sets a 2:02.1, breaking his own lap record by 0.6 seconds. Absolutely stunning.

And in the race, Marquez was unstoppable again, like he has been all three times he’s gone to Texas. Kept Dovi honest at the start, broke out when it mattered and just didn’t look back. It wasn’t his most dominant victory, but when the field was this close, it didn’t need to be. With this