Spain's rider Jorge Lorenzo of the Ducati Team steers his motorcycle at the MotoGP race during the Italian Moto GP grand prix at the Mugello circuit, in Scarperia, Italy, Sunday, June 3, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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Spain's Jorge Lorenzo took his first win for Ducati in a home one-two for the Italian team at Mugello Sunday while MotoGP leader Marc Marquez crashed and failed to score.Italian team mate Andrea Dovizioso was second, with compatriot Valentino Rossi third for Yamaha, making the 39-year-old great the first rider to score more than 5,000 points in the top category. Rossi, who started on pole position, moved up to second place overall and is now 23 points adrift of Marquez who has 95 points from six races.Lorenzo led into the first corner, after lining up second on the grid, and stayed in front. Dovizioso passed Rossi on lap seven, with the Yamaha rider coming back strongly in the closing laps and finishing just 0.259 behind.
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