MotoGP: Changing Driving
At the start of the ninth lap, Bastianini beats Bagnaya on the home stretch. But in turn 12 the bullets went again. Bastianini goes away and Bagnaia slips again.
MotoGP: Miller succeeded
Miller loses more positions to Brad Bender and Alex Espargaro. It is now only the fifth. Bagnai’s advance diminished again. So we can see a Ducati duel between him and Bastianini soon.
MotoGP: Ducati Triple Bullet
Bastianini overtook Brad Bender again and stopped Miller on lap 6 to close the gap on Bagnaya. Because he was already able to move away by seven tenths of a second. And behind it everything is close to each other. A binder is glued to Miller’s rear wheel, and Aleix Espargaro and Martin are within walking distance.
Do the first two sessions and the field sorts itself out after the chaos. Bagnaia is ahead of Miller. Suddenly Brad Bender is 3rd ahead of Bastianini. Looks like he got through the turmoil of the opening round quite well.
Alex Espargaro came fourth, followed by Martin, Zarco, Oliveira, Marini and Alex Marquez.
Replay shows: Quartararo crashed into Marquez’s rear when he had a small slip and then flew. And it gets worse for Marquez, as he collided with Nakagami in Turn 8. The Japanese crashed, Marquez rolled back and had to retire while Honda smoked.
MotoGP: The Beginning
Bagnaia wins the start and enters the first corner ahead of Miller and Bastianini. Alex Espargaro is fourth. Behind him, World Championship leader Quartaro falls in the middle of the group and walks out!
MotoGP: A minute of silence
Before the start of the race, a minute’s silence will be observed for Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday a week ago at the age of 96. With this, MotoGP wants to “send its condolences to the Royal Family, the people of the United Kingdom and all those who live in the Commonwealth”.
Moto GB: Tires
For once, everyone agrees on the tires: hard compound is used in the front and medium compound is in the rear. 23 scheduled rounds. The sun is shining and it’s 23 degrees warm.
MotoGP: start the network
20 minutes before the start of the speedway, the grid is full. Bagnaia is in the lead and shares the front row with fellow Ducati riders Miller and Bastianini. Alex Espargaro, Zarco and Quartaro start the race from the second row.
Marc Marquez will start back from 13th. Mer had to give up his comeback due to constant pain in his right ankle.
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Moto2: Top Sounds 3
Pedro Acosta (Ajo-Kalex; first): “Finally! I’m back here after the injury. It wasn’t that bad in Austria. Misano was more difficult for me again. But here I had a good feeling from the start and thought it could work. Thank you my team, to my girlfriend and everyone who supports me.” Race after race.”
Aaron Kaneh (Pons Calix; II): “The race was really tough. At first I struggled with Arenas and Arbolino. I lost a lot of time there. In the last four laps I managed, Augusto [Fernandez] To get ahead and go a little further. In the World Championships, I am now 37 points behind the leader and 30 points behind Ogura. We are doing really well and will continue to move forward in this way.”
Augusto Fernandez (Ajo Calix; III): “We have to take that position on the podium because it is important for the world championship. Of course I wanted to win the race because I had a good feeling. But Pedro was simply stronger. In the final stage, the tire lost a lot of its grip. .What I realize today is not the time. The right one to take the risk, so I have to be happy with third place and those more points.”
Moto2: Acosta win
Acosta won’t let that win go away. In the end, he crossed the finish line 2.612 seconds ahead of Kané and is celebrating his second win of the season after Mugello. Fernandez is third and takes more points than Ogura, who is defending fourth against Arbolino.
Aldeguer leads the second half of the top ten, ahead of Chantra, Navarri, Roberts and Vietti. Beaubier, Dalla Porta, Baltus Zaccone and Bendsneyder all secured the remaining points.
Moto2: Dixon in the gravel
The final round is underway and the block has been read in the foreground. But behind them, the positions are still striving for. Ogura snatches Arbolino and fourth place. Dixon also wants to be involved, but he pays for it late in the fall and gets dumped.
Moto2: Canet is in second place
At the start of the third-to-last lap, he overtook Cane Fernandez in the reverse key and finished second. However, the train has left the lead: Acosta is three seconds ahead.
Moto2: Two riders came out
In turn, the two wrecked Kobo and Hada bikes. It looks like there was a collision. Both are out of the race. This means that only 22 of the 30 drivers are still on the road.
Moto2: Five laps left
Acosta is the only one who can still do this 1:52 times. Five laps before the end of the race, his lead grew to two seconds. Meanwhile, Fernandez is under increasing pressure from Kané.
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