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MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez won the French Grand Prix Sunday to maintain his 100 percent record in 2014 and become the youngest rider to win five races in a row in the top class of motorcycling.Marquez had started on pole position for the fifth time in five races this season but had to fight back from 10th place at the end of the first lap after a poor getaway at the sunny Le Mans circuit.Marquez now has a maximum 125 points with Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa, who finished fifth, on 83 and Rossi on 81 .As Rossi opened a small gap at the front in the early stages, Marquez recovered his balance and moved swiftly back through the field before passing Rossi when the Italian made a mistake under braking into a corner.
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