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Leopard Racing's Marcos Ramirez scored his second Moto3 victory at Silverstone, beating Lorenzo Dalla Porta and Tony Arbolino, while title contender Aron Canet suffered a crash.
Leopard Racing's Marcos Ramirez won a dramatic Moto3 race in Barcelona as several riders - including championship contenders Lorenzo Dalla Porta and Jaume Masia - retired from victory contention.
Leopard Racing's Lorenzo Dalla Porta took his maiden Moto3 victory on home soil in a crazy Misano race involving a violent five-rider pile-up and Marco Bezzecchi crashing from the lead.
Enea Bastianini won a thrilling Moto3 race in Barcelona ahead of Marco Bezzecchi, who extended his championship lead thanks to Jorge Martin crashing from the lead.
Three titles are still on offer in the final event
Leopard Racing's Joan Mir extended his Moto3 points lead with a comfortable seventh win of the season at the Red Bull Ring.
Leopard Racing's Joan Mir extended his Moto3 championship lead by beating Romano Fenati to triumph in a wet-dry Moto3 race at Brno, his sixth win of the season.
Moto3 rider Enea Bastianini will join Leopard Racing next season in the lightweight class.
Joan Mir extended his championship lead by winning the Moto3 race at the Sachsenring, out-duelling Romano Fenati and Marcos Ramirez on the final lap.
The Hungarian event also marks the first time the TCR International Series supports DTM
Moto3 points leader Joan Mir took a fourth victory of the season on home soil in Barcelona, after passing rivals Romano Fenati and Jorge Martin on the final lap.
Only eighteen points cover the top three in the standings
Vernay maintains his lead in the standings
The victory allowed Jean-Karl Vernay to further reinforce his lead in the championship standings
Stefano Comini and Fred Vervisch were the fastest in an exciting qualifying session
Top 2016 Moto3 rookie Joan Mir kicked off his sophomore campaign in the lightweight class by winning the season-opening race in Qatar ahead of John McPhee.
Along with MotoGP, the Moto2 and Moto3 seasons will kick off in Qatar this weekend with both grids boasting several potential future premier class stars. David Gruz selects 10 riders who are likely to shine in 2017.