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What a crazy race the one that we had during the Malaysian GP, a race to survive for the podium, and also an historic race with now 9 different winners this season on a wet race at Sepang. Wanna know what happened? Keep reading!

The race started with a great battle for the first position between Marquez, Dovizioso and Rossi who overtook Lorenzo, who was first at the first turn. Andrea Iannone who came with a great energy used his maniac power and overtook all the riders becoming leader of the race. At the back Aleix ran away of the track and was overtook by Lorenzo and Crutchlow, but also the british driver overtook Lorenzo.

At the front Rossi and Iannone started a battle for the first position where the Yamaha rider tried to overtake the Maniac, but the Ducati had so many speed at the straights, and also Iannone was defending the position in every turn, but at the third attempt Rossi could overtake him and kept the first position.

The crazy moment arrived when Crutchlow fell when he was chasing Marquez for the 4th position. After that Marquez also fell… And if we want more crashes… Iannone also crashed, bringing Lorenzo a podium in 3 laps that was something that he didn’t expected.

For the battle for the victory it was now time for Dovizioso who overtook Rossi, making us dream for the 9th different winner of the season. Rossi didn’t want to attack and Dovizioso started to put some distance with the 9 times world champion.

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Andrea Dovizioso won the Malaysian GP being the 9th different winner of the season with Valentino Rossi 2nd and Jorge Lorenzo 3rd. The top 10 were completed by Barbera, Baz, Viñales, Bautista, Miller, Pol and Petrucci.

Just one more race to finish the championship, and still the constructor championship is open. Who will win, Yamaha or Honda? We have to wait a couple of weeks for that. And that’s it for now, but we won’t stop because at night we’re going to see the Formula 1 Mexico GP. Keep tuned to know what happen at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. See you and remember… Be mini-good!

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