Italian pilot Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati) won the race MotoGP Indian Grand PrixAt the thirteenth round of the World Motorcycle Championship, the Spaniard was given the go-ahead when leader Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) crashed out with eight laps remaining. Jorge Martin (Ducati) finished second this Sunday, dropping points and strengthening its championship bid.

He was in second place with eight laps to go until the checkered flag. Pecco‘He lost control of his motorcycle and flew into the gravel’, revealing madness in general. Behind the Transalpine, Martín took second place and on the exciting final lap he had to defend second place alongside Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), managing to overtake him before the Madrid driver turned down the overtake.

With his podium at the Buddh International Circuit, Martín gained 20 points in addition to his 12 wins in the sprint race on Saturday, leaving him just 13 points behind Bagnaia in the general classification. Bezzecchi is only 44 points behind the leader and there are seven rounds left until the championship concludes.

As soon as the traffic lights went out, Martín took the lead past pole sitter Marco Bezzecchi, who took just one lap to regain pole position. Bagnaia, who initially withstood the pressure from the Hondas, managed to overtake the Madrid rider in just a few laps. While only six rounds are played, Marc Márquez Crashed while braking at turn 1While trying to keep up with Ducati; He was able to rejoin, but he no longer had the option. In contrast, Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) moved up the ranks to get closer to the Borgo Panigale bikes.

Everything was blown up with ‘Pecco’s crash with eight laps to go, which paved the way for Bezzecchi’s victory and allowed Martín to take second place. The native of San Sebastián de los Reyes was still having to struggle with his overalls, which were unbuttoned and could have resulted in a black flag if he could not unzip them, which allowed him to approach the ‘El’. Devil’; Although the Frenchman managed to pass him at the final corner, He put his weight behind him to recover his position and finish second..

Additionally, Joan Mir (Repsol Honda) finished fifth, Maverick Viñales (Aprilia) eighth, Marc Márquez ninth, Raúl Fernández (Aprilia) closed the ‘Top 10’ and Pol Espargaró (KTM) thirteenth. Neither Augusto Fernández (KTM) nor Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia) could complete the race due to mechanical problems.