Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi, of Italy, celebrates on the podium after winning the San Marino Moto GP grand prix, at the Misano circuit, in Misano Adriatico, Italy, Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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Italian great Valentino Rossi led a Yamaha one-two to claim his maiden win of the season at the San Marino Moto GP and launch his bid for a 10th world title Sunday.Rossi, a nine-time world champion in all categories, finished the 28-lap race ahead of Spanish teammate Jorge Lorenzo with Dani Pedrosa, on a Honda, in third.Lorenzo, Rossi, and Marquez – who had a great start from fourth – exploded off the grid and managed to open up a small gap as early as the first lap, with Iannone, Andrea Dovizioso and Pedrosa leading the chasing pack.With five championship races remaining, Marquez remains the leader on 289 points but has seen Pedrosa (215) and Rossi (214) close the gap to 74 and 75 points respectively.
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