MADRID, June 25 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Italian rider Francesco Bagnaia (Yamaha) prevailed this Sunday within the MotoGP race of the Netherlands Grand Prix, the eighth spherical of the Bike World Championship, to verify his first place general within the premier class, at an appointment in wherein Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) managed to get on the rostrum because of the sanction of the South African Brad Binder (KTM) for exceeding the monitor limits on the final lap.
‘Pecco’, who will go into the break with a snug revenue, repeats his victory in Assen after additionally being topped in 2022 forward of Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati), winner of the dash race and who was additionally second this Sunday. Binder got here in third on the end line, however Race Route penalized him with a place for exceeding the monitor restrict at Flip 8 through the last lap.
With this, Aleix Espargaro returns to the rostrum, ninth in his MotoGP profession and tenth in his historical past within the World Championship, for the primary time since MotorLand 2022, all in a race with out the presence of Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) and within the that solely 14 pilots completed on the monitor.
The chaos of positions broke out as soon as the site visitors lights have been turned off; South African Brad Binder (KTM) moved up 4 locations to guide the check towards Bagnaia and polesitter Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati), and Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), third within the dash on Saturday, dropped to twelfth place .
Simply two laps later, ‘Pecco’ took the lead whereas the Australian Jack Miller (KTM), the French Quartararo and Johann Zarco (Ducati) and Maverick Vinales (Aprilia) have been unnoticed of the race as a consequence of falls. The three entrance seats would now not transfer.
The Italian Enea Bastianini (Ducati), the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira (Aprilia) and the Spanish Iker Lecuona (Honda) additionally ran out of choices as a consequence of mechanical issues on their bikes.
Among the many Spaniards, Jorge Martin (Ducati) was simply 9 thousandths off the rostrum, fifth, simply forward of Alex Marquez (Ducati), sixth. Augusto Fernandez (KTM) was tenth and Raul Fernandez (Aprilia), twelfth.