Italian motorcyclist Andrea Dovicioso of the Ducati unit won the 19th season World Motorsport Championship, Valencia's most prestigious MotoGP class grand prix.
Alexis Rinx of Suzuki Equuski ranks second after Dovicioso on Sunday and Pols Espargaro of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing ranks third. Meanwhile, Ducati's other Italian player Mikkel Pirro, Repsol Honda's Spanish player Dani Pedros was fifth, and LCR Honda Idemitsu's Takai Nakagami ended Japan's sixth game.
The final stage was confusing because it was concluded by only 15 riders. It rained a lot during the game, and as a result, the other 13 players fell over and did not finish.
Among the non-finalists were Mark Markess of Spain, who currently represents Repsol Honda. He was named champion in early October.
Overall, Marquez had 321 points this season, Dovicioso was second with 245 points, and Movistar Yamaha's legendary Italian Valentino rose third with 198 points.
Markess is the fifth and winner of the MotoGP class in the world over the past three years. He joined the most prestigious class in 2013 and became the champion of his debut season.
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