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Video Archive: 2015 German GP

To get you ready for the 2016 GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland relive all of the best action and analysis from last year’s race.

Relive some classic German GP moments

The 2016 GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland will be the 78th Grand Prix event to be held on German soil. The first was the West German GP held at the Solitude circuit in 1952 in front of 400,000 fans. Ahead of last year’s race we took a look back at some of the best battles to have been played out over the 3.6km Sachsenring circuit.

The 2015 German GP saw Valentino Rossi hold a ten-point advantage over his teammate Jorge Lorenzo in the championship standings, with Marc Marquez looking to prove a point after effectively being ruled out of the title battle after two DNFs in the previous three races. Marquez started from pole ahead of his teammate Dani Pedrosa, with Lorenzo completing the front row and Rossi forced to start from the back of the second row. When the lights went out, we were in for another Sachsenring classic…

German GP: MotoGP™ Full Race

Marquez ends bad luck streak

Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi and Andrea Dovizioso give their feedback on what turned out to be a weekend of contrasting fortunes for the three riders at the German GP.

Pedrosa's return to the podium

Dani Pedrosa had been struggling since he revealed his arm-pump issues after the Qatar GP. The Spaniard underwent surgery and it took until Le Mans for him to be able to get back on the bike. At the Sachsenring, after a long period of doubt over whether he would ever be able to fully recover, he showed that his injury nightmare was now a thing of the past.

Lorenzo: “The only good thing was my good start”

Jorge Lorenzo reflects on a difficult race at the German GP that saw him unable to challenge for the podium and being forced to watch Valentino Rossi extend his advantage in the championship standings.

Will the 2016 German GP be even more exciting? Find out when the on track action kicks off on Friday the 15th July with Free Practice.