Ducati Team's Italian rider Andrea Dovizioso (L) and Repsol Honda Team's Spanish rider Marc Marquez compete during the MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix race at Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria on August 13, 2017. / AFP / Jure Makovec
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Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso stunned world champion Marc Marquez on the final lap to win a rain-soaked Japanese Grand Prix and blow the MotoGP title race wide open Sunday.Twice Dovizioso roared past Marquez – and twice Marquez produced daring lunges to recapture the lead, the triple world champion entering the penultimate lap in front.But just when it looked as though Marquez would hang on for his third successive victory, the Spaniard suffered a last-lap wobble, allowing Dovizioso to pounce for the race-winning pass at turn 11 .Marquez still kept coming but Dovizioso kept his cool to take the checkered flag, suggesting he could take the title race down to the wire.
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