Repsol Honda Team's Spanish rider Marc Marquez competes during the San Marino Moto GP Grand Prix at the Marco Simoncelli Circuit in Misano, on September 10, 2017. / AFP / Marco BERTORELLO
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The top two have both won four races but Marquez has more second places.Lorenzo pulled away but crashed on the seventh of 28 laps, flipping off the bike at turn six and handing the lead to Petrucci.The Italian, who has yet to win a race in the top category, then led the next 20 on his Pramac Ducati with Marquez closing in and biding his time before making the move at the start of the last lap."After Silverstone this victory is really important for myself and the team," added the 24-year-old, who retired with a blown engine in the previous round in Britain.His last lap was also the fastest of the race.
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