Repsol Honda Team rider Marc Marquez of Spain celebrates with his trophy after winning the Malaysian Grand Prix MotoGP motorcycling race at Sepang on October 26, 2014. AFP PHOTO / MOHD RASFAN
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Newly crowned world champion Marc Marquez won a season record-equaling 12th MotoGP race with victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix Sunday.Marquez's win equaled Australian Mick Doohan's 12 race wins from 1997 and the 21-year-old has the chance to claim the record outright with victory in the final race at Valencia.Marquez will head to Valencia on 337 points, carrying a 62-point lead over Yamaha's Italian great Rossi.The Moto3 title will go down to the final race at Valencia after Alex Marquez, the younger brother of Marc, saw his championship lead trimmed to 11 points.Marquez could have sealed the title with a win at Sepang but could only manage fifth place.
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