French rider Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) scored a huge victory in the MotoGP race this Sunday. German Grand PrixThe tenth round of the Motorcycle World Championship, one result allows it to consolidate its leadership in the queen category in front of Spanish Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), who finished fourth.
On the territory of Marc Márquez, whose injury and subsequent operation prevented him from maintaining an 11-to-back streak at the Sachsenring, the Nice man became the further leader of the championship.
First win in a counterclockwise half This makes him the first non-Honda winner since Valentino Rossi’s win in 2009, giving him a 34-p advantage over the podium-less Aleix Espargaró once again, giving him 25 points that keep him at the top of the standings. .
The Catalan, who started fourth, finished most of the race in the same position despite finishing in third place, but the Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) kicked him out of the third drawer at the last minute. Johann Zarco (Ducati) finished second and completed the French double on the German track.
As soon as the traffic lights went out, no one could object to the dominance of the ‘Satan’, who won the match against ‘poleman’ Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) on Saturday and took over the event. But the fight was soon frustrated; ‘Pecco’ crashes at Turn 1 with 27 laps left -Where and when Joan Mir (Suzuki) fell as well- and left the French alone in the lead.
Meanwhile, Aleix Espargaró was initially promoted to third as he overtook Zarco to return to fourth place and only Bagnaia’s crash brought him back to podium positions. As Quartararo and Zarco strengthen their positions, The one with the Granollers tried to defend himself from a rising Miller who eventually managed to defeat him. only one lap left.
in a race only 16 pilots finishedJorge Martín (Ducati) finished sixth and Raúl Fernández (KTM) twelfth, but Maverick Viñales (Aprilia), Pol Espargaró (Repsol Honda), Alex Márquez (Honda) and Joan Mir (Suzuki) failed to complete the race at the Sachsenring.