italian pilot Francesco ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia (Ducati) won the MotoGP race this Sunday. Italian Grand PrixThe eighth round of the Motorcycle World Championship is ahead of the top two in the championship, France’s Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) and Spain’s Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), while Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda) bids a moment’s goodbye to the World Championship. He went into his fourth operation, closing the ‘top 10’.

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With his first win at Mugello, ‘Pecco’ moved up to fourth place in the drivers’ ranking, 41 points behind leader Quartararo (122).; Aleix Espargaró (114) from Nice leads the general with eight rental units on four consecutive podiums, and both took advantage of the decline Enea Bastianini (Ducati), World Cup runner-up (94).

In his final test before going into surgery for the fourth time to correct shoulder problems, Marc Márquez bids farewell to the championship that closed the ‘Top 10’ for a momentSecond best position for a Spaniard this Sunday in the queen category.

Without the rain and lightning threat that baffled drivers in the second quarter, the Italian driver Luca Marina (Ducati) took the lead by overtaking Saturday’s ‘poleman’ at the start. Fabio DiGiannantonio (Ducati), but it was marco bezzecchi (Ducati) A few laps later who managed to take the lead.

World Championship leader France’s Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) managed to place himself in second place while waiting for an opportunity in the large group of drivers who wanted to lead the event. On lap ten ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia (Ducati) climbs to the topand two Mooney VR46 Race Team riders in Nice, focused on fending off the attacks of Marini and Bezzecchi.