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MotoGP – Oliveira emerges in Thailand; Quartararo shipwrecked

Buriram.- The storm that hit Buriram and forced the start of the race to be postponed for an hour allied itself with the Portuguese KTM rider, Miguel Oliveira, the only one of the Austrian brand’s riders who has been able to prevail, and who, Despite this, next year he will race on an Aprilia from the RNF team.

After beating Jack Miller in the middle of the test, Oliveira did not give an option to the Australian’s reply, another specialist in these circumstances. The podium was completed by Pecco Bagnaia, who with this result and the sinking of Fabio Quartararo is only two points behind the Frenchman in the general table.

Johann Zarco, fourth, held back in the last two laps in order not to take points from Bagnaia , even though he showed a much higher pace than his leader. Marc Márquez, for his part, finished fifth and closed a first group that was a world away, more than ten seconds, from the rest.

Of the pursuers, the fastest was Enea Bastianini (sixth), who finished 13 seconds behind Oliveira and one second ahead of Maverick Viñales (seventh).

The eighth position was taken by Alex Márquez, very competitive on the wet track, especially in the first stages of the test, while Jorge Martín (ninth) and Brad Binder (tenth), closed the top ten, of which Aleix Espargaró He was a second away.

The one from Aprilia, who after this Sunday is 20 points behind Quartararo and 18 behind Bagnaia , was sanctioned with a rodeo after coming into contact with Binder, right after the start.

El Diablo had one of his black days , given the ordeal he experienced on top of a Yamaha on which he was seen to be more tense than ever. In fact, the #20 was the second M1 to cross the finish line, 12 seconds after that of Franco Morbidelli, his partner in the official tuning fork brand team.

MotoGP race results at the Thai GP (Buriram)

Cla # Pilot Motorcycle Weather Difference Points
1 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM 25
2 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 0.730 20
3 63 Italy Pecco Bagnaia Ducati 1,968 16
4 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 2,490 13
5 93 Spain Marc Márquez Sling 2,958 eleven
6 23 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati 13,257 10
7 12 SpainMaverick Viñales Aprilia 14.566   9
8 73 Spain Alex Marquez Sling 14,861 8
9 89 Spain Jorge Martin Ducati 15,365 7
10 33 South AfricaBrad Binder KTM 18.097   6

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