Marguez extended his lead in the championship to 77 points.
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Marc Marquez won a thrilling inaugural Thailand MotoGP Sunday to extend his lead in the championship to 77 points as he goes in pursuit of a fifth premier class title. Spain's Marquez edged out Italy's Andrea Dovizioso at the end of a breathtaking last-lap duel after the pair had swapped the lead several times over the closing stages of a pulsating battle.Honda rider Marquez finished the race in 39 minutes and 55.722 seconds, just 0.115 seconds ahead of Dovizioso's Ducati with Maverick Vinales on a Yamaha third as just 0.270 seconds separated the top three. Marquez took the checkered flag after overtaking Dovizioso on the final bend to secure a narrow victory.Both Dovizioso and Marquez praised the energy and excitement of supporters.
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