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This is the starting grid for the Portuguese GP 2022 MotoGP

After a battle for pole starring Johann Zarco, the Portuguese Grand Prix has everything ready to dispute the race tomorrow on the Portuguese track. The French rider, who got the 26th of his career this Saturday, arrives motivated for Sunday’s race, where he will try to get the podium in a circuit that last year gave him the opportunity to climb to the top drawer.

1. France johann zarco

Pramac Racing

two. Spain Joan Mir

Team Suzuki Ecstar

3. Spain Aleix Espargaro

aprilia-racing

4. Australia Jack Miller

Ducati Lenovo Team

 

5. France Fabio Quartararo

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP

 

 

6. Italy Marco Bezzecchi

Mooney VR46 Racing Team

7. Spain Alex Marquez

Honda LCR

8. Italy luca marini

Mooney VR46 Racing Team

9. Spain Marc Marquez

Repsol Honda Team

10. Spain Pol Espargaró

Repsol Honda Team

 

11. Portuga Miguel Oliveira

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

 

 

12. South Africa Brad Binder

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

13. Spain Jorge Martín

Pramac Racing

14. Spain Maverick Viñales

Aprilia Racing

15. Italy Fabio Di Giannantonio

Gresini Racing MotoGP

16. Italy Andrea Dovizioso

WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team

17. Japan Takaaki Nakagami

LCR Honda

18. Italy Enea Bastianini

Gresini Racing MotoGP

19. Italy Franco Morbidelli

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP

20. Australia Remy Gardner

KTM Tech3

21. Italy Lorenzo Savadori

Aprilia Racing

22. South Africa Darryn Binder

WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team

 

20. Spain Álex Rins

Team Suzuki Ecstar

 

 

21. Spain Raúl Fernández

KTM Tech3

22. Italy Pecco Bagnaia

Ducati Lenovo Team

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