MADRID, 6 Aug. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Spanish rider Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) signed this Sunday the victory within the MotoGP lengthy race of the Grand Prix of Nice Britain, the ninth spherical of the Bike World Championship, successful solid towards the chief of the championship, the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Yamaha). , whom he overtook within the final flip.
The person from Granollers, who began twelfth, accomplished a spectacular efficiency that led him to overhaul ‘Pecco’ on the final lap, by which he defended himself masterfully. On this method, he achieves his second victory within the premier class and turns into the fifth winner within the 9 races held.
Bagnaia, for his half, strengthened his first place within the normal classification because of his second place and the debacle of his compatriot Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati), whereas the South African Brad Binder (KTM) accomplished the rostrum of the day.
With Bezzecchi’s outcome, the Spanish Jorge Martin (Ducati), sixth this Sunday, regains second place within the championship. Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda), for his half, suffered one other crash and continues with no level rating on a Sunday.
As soon as the lights went out, the Australian Jack Miller (KTM) took command of the take a look at after beating the poleman on Saturday, the Italian Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati), though ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia quickly arrived from behind to take the lead.
The chief of the final classification started to tug and solely Bezzecchi, after recovering the place from the ocean driver -who dropped many positions after a collision with Maverick Vinales (Aprilia)-, managed to observe him. Nonetheless, only a few laps later, with 14 laps to go, the Rimini rider suffered a crash that prevented him from taking second place within the World Championship.
Bagnaia gave the impression to be left alone, however even Alex Espargaro and Maverick Vinales arrived; the Aprilias had been able to put up a struggle. The sky, in the meantime, gave a severe warning. With seven laps to go, the specter of the primary drops meant that the race was declared moist, waving the white flag.
One lap later, it began to rain and Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) and the Italian Enea Bastianini (Ducati) crashed. In entrance, the South African Brad Binder (KTM) and the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira (Aprilia), rain specialists, joined the struggle.
It was within the final lap when Aleix managed to overhaul Bagnaia to steer the race; he withstood the strain of the transalpine within the final corners and crossed the end line to signal his second victory within the premier class of his life.
As for the remainder of the Spaniards, Vinales completed fifth, simply forward of Jorge Martin, whereas Raul Fernandez (Aprilia) closed the ‘High 10’. Augusto Fernandez (KTM) was eleventh, Pol Espargaro (KTM) twelfth and Iker Lecuona (Honda) seventeenth.