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3 Iconic Races From The German MotoGP At Sachsenring | MotoGP

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The MotoGP Championship roars into Germany at the Sachsenring this weekend and we have three iconic races from the archives.
The first was the 2014 MotoGP race where changing weather on the warm-up lap meant riders were forced to swap from their wet weather tyres to their slick-shod second bikes and start from pit lane. Only a few riders had chosen to start with slicks - Bradl, Aoyama and Abraham. Watch as the majority of the field start from pit lane and chase down the German fan-favourite.
The second moment was the 1997 250cc race that saw Tetsuya Harada win on the very last corner of a thrilling race. Possibly one of the best 250cc races ever!
The final iconic moment came in 2010 where Honda's Dani Pedrosa won an epic battle against Jorge Lorenzo on the yamaha, after a red-flag restart interrupted the race after 9 laps.

Let us know in the comments if you can recall more iconic moments from the German MotoGP at the 'Ring.

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