United Kingdom: Bagnaia’s victories in Great Britain


After a long summer vacation, he MotoGP™ World Championship This Sunday held the long-awaited race of Monster Energy British GP. Much attention has been focused on the leader, Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™) – who was forced to complete “Long Lap” – and his lead chaser, Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia Racing), after his severe meltdown yesterday. however, Most of the floodlights will end up being stored by a file Francesco Bajnaya (ducati Lenovo Team) Determined to make the fighting title red-handed by flying many points from first and second overall His second win in a row. In a race full of alternatives, Pecco will climb to the top of the podium with Maverick Viñales (Aprilia Racing) and partner Jack Miller.

After showing off a more discreet profile all weekend, Bagnaia gave way to his rivals after a thrilling start in which Quartararo and Viñales came close to touching each other, while Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) stunned with a meteoric start that allowed him to go from eleventh to the top five for a nomination for the win.. All this without losing sight of the assertive initial drive of “poleman” Johann Zarco (Prima Pramac Racing).

After accumulating 3 wins and 3 retirements in the last 6 races, Bajnaya He longed for the imbalance of the positive side. Halfway through the race, he would show he’s on the right track by closing the gap in Rins, before chasing him with 9 laps to cut. Two laps later, Miller also passed the Spaniard, who will start his own landing after the first half of the race. One lap later, problems would increase for Suzuki after Joan Mir crashed when he passed Turn 7 when he was running 8th past Bastianini, who will have an instant fight with Quartararo.

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Also passed by Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), Alex’s battered performance appeared to wane, but ’41’ will find the strength to follow the Quartararo track in the final laps, as Bastianini will be fired. In the absence of 4 turns, Reigns would complete his meltdown when he was overtaken in an instant by Vinales and Martinbefore giving way to the Maverick’s final attack, which would cut Miller twenty in a group before chasing after him. With Bagnaia at 6 tenths, anything is possible. One of the Roses will try everything, even if it’s long, butpicoHe will equal his fourth win this year to be the pilot with the most wins this year Ducati is awarded the 200th podium in MotoGP™ along with Miller who will finish on the wheel at Vinales.

At the podium gates, Bastianini finished after passing Martin on the last lap, with Oliveira sixth after also beating Rins. After them they will finish with Quartararo and Aleix who will try to overtake the Frenchman on the last lap, finishing only a tenth despite his physical limitations as a result of a difficult fall in FP4 on Saturday that caused fear for his participation in a race. Bezzecchi was responsible for closing out a brutal top ten, the second closest in history – after the 2021 Doha GP) – with 10 riders in 6.6 seconds, while, among the Spaniards, Pol Espargaró (Repsol Honda Team) also scored by being 14. With these results, Quartararo (180 points) is still in the lead, having only scratched one point off Alex (158) in this race, With rent now 22 units while Bagnaia (131) cuts the margin to 49 points. Difficult scenario for improvement before the next appointment in Austria, Ducati paradise.

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The top ten places in the race:

  1. Francesco Bagnaia – (Ducati Lenovo Team)
  2. Maverick Vinales – (Aprilia Racing) – +0.426.00.00
  3. Jack Miller – (Ducati Lenovo Team) – +0.614.0000.00
  4. Enea Bastianini – (Gresini Racing MotoGP™) – +1,651
  5. Jorge Martin – (Premium Pramac Racing) – +1,750
  6. Miguel Oliveira – (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) – +2727
  7. Alex Rains – (Team Suzuki Xstar) – +3,021
  8. Fabio Quartararo – (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™) – +3,819
  9. Alex Espargaro – (Aprilia Racing) – +3,958
  10. Marco Bezzecchi – (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) – +6,646

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