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How MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 arrive at the 2022 summer break

The motorcycling world championship has reached the summer break after eleven races and it is the perfect time to look back and see how the classification is doing in each of the three categories.

How does the MotoGP World Championship get to the 2022 summer break?

Pecco Bagnaia returned to the top of the podium after retiring two consecutive retirements and goes on vacation in fourth place overall, recovering some places in the qualifying sheet.

However, the sole leader is none other than Fabio Quartararo. The Yamaha rider, who did not have the best start to the year, started to show strong from Portugal and goes on vacation with 172 points and 21 over Aleix Espargaró. Johann Zarco is in third place, but far from the duo that seems to be in the best shape of the season, with 114 points.

The rest of the Spaniards are somewhat further away. Suzuki riders Joan Mir and Alex Rins sit in eighth and ninth respectively, separated by just two points, and have enjoyed little success since the Hamamatsu-based brand announced it would leave at the end of the season.

Jorge Martín, Maverick Viñales and Marc Márquez are together in 11th, 12th and 13th place, although injuries to Martín and Márquez have played against them, while the Aprilia rider has moved up a few positions with a surprising podium finish in Assen.

The other three Spaniards who complete the group in MotoGP are Pol Espargaró (17th), Alex Márquez (18th) and Raúl Fernández (24th).

How does the Moto2 World Championship get to the 2022 summer break?

Augusto Fernández, from Ajo KTM, obtained his third victory of the 2022 season to go on to co-lead the championship. Equal on 146 points with the Spaniard, Celestino Vietti maintains the championship lead, while Ai Ogura is just one point behind in third place.

Aron Canet was one of the absentees on Sunday at Assen. The Spanish driver was forced to miss the Dutch Grand Prix due to nosebleeds sustained after his car accident before the Sachsenring test. After accumulating a loss in the last round of the first half of the season, Canet is 30 points behind the lead.

The other absentee was Pedro Acosta, after suffering a fractured femur in a motocross training accident earlier this week. The driver from Mazarrón is ninth overall, with 75 points.

The next Spaniard is Jorge Navarro (11th), with Albert Arenas (12th), Manuel Gonzalez (16th), Fermin Aldeguer (17th), Alonso Lopez (18th)

How does the Moto3 World Championship get to the 2022 summer break?

The small category is traditionally one of the most disputed in the World Cup. On this occasion, two Spaniards are playing for the lead race by race. Sergio García and Izan Guevara are separated by just 3 points in the standings (182 to 179).

The two nationals have left behind Dennis Foggia who, with 115 points, occupies third place, and has, in turn, just two ahead of the Japanese Ayumu Sasaki.

In the top 10 we find three other Spaniards: Jaume Masià (5th), Carlos Tatay (9th) and Xavier Artigas (10th). The rest of the national riders are somewhat further behind: Daniel Holgado (13th), Iván Ortolá (16th), David Muñoz (17th), Ana Carrasco (29th) and Gerard Riu (33rd).

Due to the summer break, fans will have to wait until next August to enjoy the action on the track.

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