Jorge Lorenzo celebrates his 5th victory of the season.
Marc Marquez looked threatening for a while, but ultimately had no answer to Jorge Lorenzo’s pace.
Valentino Rossi finished a distant but comfortable 3rd place.
Cal Crutchlow’s difficult weekend didn’t get any better. He crashed out of the race while running in 10th place.
Andrea Iannone again won the Ducati battle, finishing 4th.
Dani Pedrosa fought through the pain of his injured foot to finish in 5th place.
Maverick Vinales crashed out in the same place as Cal Crutchlow.
The huge Brno crowd will be pleased with the announcement of a new five-year deal, which secures the future of the Czech Grand Prix.
Jorge Lorenzo makes his way to pole position.
Marc Marquez’s 2nd place was his 36th podium in 47 premier class starts.
Bradley Smith’s new contract must surely be around the corner. He beat his teammate for the 9th time this season, and also moved into 5th in the championship.
I don’t think I need to tell you who this is.
There can be no arguments that the Czech Grand Prix has the best grid girls.
Jorge Lorenzo leads the field into Turn 3 on the first lap of the race.
Dani Pedrosa debriefs with his crew after this morning’s warm up.
Jorge Lorenzo’s victory has taken him level on points with his team mate Valentino Rossi .
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