Fabio Quartararo (Picture Credit score: MotoGP) Fabio Quartararo of Petronas Yamaha dominated the Andalusian Grand Prix to get his second straight MotoGP win. Reuters Jerez Final Up to date: July 27, 2020, 12:16 PM IST Fabio […]
Fabio Quartararo of Petronas Yamaha dominated the Andalusian Grand Prix to get his second straight MotoGP win.
- Reuters Jerez
- Final Up to date: July 27, 2020, 12:16 PM IST
Fabio Quartararo of Petronas Yamaha led from begin to end to win the Andalusian Grand Prix on Sunday and take an enormous lead on this planet championship standings.
Frenchman Quartararo, who additionally gained the season-opening Spanish Grand Prix final weekend, cruised to victory whereas the manufacturing facility Yamaha duo of former champion Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales battled it out for second.
It was Spaniard Vinales who clinched runners-up spot after an overtake on the penultimate lap whereas 41-year-old Italian Rossi completed third to return to the rostrum for the primary time because the Grand Prix of the Americas greater than a yr in the past.
Rossi, who began fourth on the grid, made begin and rapidly moved as much as second forward of Vinales with the 2 Pramac Ducatis of Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia trying to reel them in.
Bagnaia, who had by no means completed on the rostrum, capitalised on errors from Miller and Vinales to maneuver as much as third and he eased previous Rossi whose tyres had been struggling for grip within the warmth earlier than Miller slid off at flip 9.
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Petronas Yamaha’s Franco Morbidelli appeared set to problem for a podium place earlier than technical issues compelled him to retire.
Bagnaia was cruelly denied a podium when his bike started trailing smoke and the visibly upset Italian needed to retire from the race.
Defending champion Marc Marquez of Repsol Honda didn’t participate as he continues to get well from surgical procedure on a damaged arm sustained within the season-opening race final weekend.
The subsequent race would be the Monster Power Grand Prix Ceskerepubliky on August 9, 2020, and will likely be LIVE on Eurosport and Eurosport HD.