Repsol Honda's Spanish rider Marc Marquez celebrates after winning the Moto GP race of the Aragon Grand Prix at the Motorland racetrack in Alcaniz on September 25, 2016. / AFP / JAIME REINA
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Marc Marquez extended his lead in the MotoGP world championship as he beat out title rivals Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo to claim victory at the Aragon Grand Prix Sunday.Marquez now leads Rossi by 52 points with just four races remaining.Victory for the two-time world champion ends a record run of eight different winners in the last eight races and was only Marquez's second win since April.Marquez had been dominant all weekend, though, and again proved he had the fastest bike on the circuit as he reeled in Rossi before overtaking the Italian with 12 laps to go.Rossi was delighted with his start as he shot through the field. However, he didn't have the pace to hold off Marquez and a braking error two laps from the end ensured he couldn't maintain the pressure on Lorenzo for second.
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