Jorge Lorenzo of Spain powers his Yamaha in front of Marc Marquez of Spane on his Honda during the free practice of the Dutch MotoGP Grand Prix, in Assen, northern Netherlands, Friday June 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Vincent Jannink)
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Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo's gripping world championship tussle arrives in Assen Saturday for what promises to be a no-holds barred Dutch Grand Prix at the circuit considered 'the Cathedral' of motorcycling.Only one point divides the buoyant Yamaha teammates after Lorenzo's red hot streak of four consecutive wins has left him looming large in Rossi's wing mirror at the top of the MotoGP standings.Success last time out in Catalunya on top of victories in Mugello, Le Mans and Jerez makes two time former champion Lorenzo the man to beat at the legendary Dutch track.With Rossi triumphant in the season-opener in Qatar and also in Argentina the 2015 title looks to be theirs to lose – the chasing pack is led by Ducati's Andrea Iannone, already 43 points behind going into this eighth race of the season.
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