Lorenzo said he made an effort to conserve his tires in the early part of the race. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)
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Jorge Lorenzo struck the final blow in a dogfight with fellow Spaniard Marc Marquez, overtaking at the start of the final lap Sunday to win the Austrian MotoGP. Ducati's Lorenzo and Marquez, on a Honda, traded first place over the closing laps before Lorenzo powered past on the home straight and then held off Marquez on the next corner to pull away to win.Marquez now leads the standings by 59 points as he closes in on a fifth top-class world title.Lorenzo jumped to third overall, one point ahead of Andrea Dovizioso who finished third on the other Ducati. In Moto2, Italian Francesco Bagnaia overtook Portuguese Miguel Oliveira on the final corner to regain first place in the standings.Oliveira (KTM) started two points ahead of Bagnaia (Kalex) and grabbed an early lead.
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