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Fabio Quartararo and Remy Gardner, with the second place achieved respectively in MotoGP and Moto2, at Grand Prix of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera, defended their leadership in the best possible way, while a Pedro Acosta it cost him a little more to do the same in Moto3.
Bagnaia vs Quartararo
Quartararo met an insurmountable leader on the “Marco Simoncelli” circuit in Misano, since ‘Pecco ‘Bagnaia he dominated the race from start to finish, even when in the final laps the ‘devil’ gradually approached him, but without losing his temper. ‘Pecco’ endured all the stakes of his rival and finally added the second consecutive victory of his sports career. But, not only that, it made the championship even more interesting.
The season finale between Quartararo and Bagnaia promises to be one of the most interesting, with just four races to go. A fight, in addition, to which he could end up adding Marc Márquez, who now arrives at one of his favorite circuits, Austin and in better shape after fighting and finishing fourth in Misano.
Raúl Fernández’s streak
Equally or more interesting will be the end of the season in Moto2, with a Raul Fernandez to which they do not stop him or injuries, because since he had an operation fractured little finger of your right hand, his interventions in the race are added by victories and he is already 34 points away from Gardner. The Madrid pilot accumulate a streak of six wins versus the four that current category leader Gardner has, which makes him optimistic for a season finale in which both teammates look like they are going to play for the title without any other driver meddling, such as Marco Bezzecchi. The Kalex driver, who was expected to be much more in the “home” race, succumbed well to pressure and trouble and finished fifth, making the 81-point distance too many to think about in the championship.
Pedro Acosta, still with an advantage
Something similar to what happened to Bezzecchi you could say what happened to the current leader of Moto3, Pedro Acosta. The Spanish pilot, at no time showed signs of being able to be with the leading group, and the victory, which should have been for Roman Fenati, he took her Dennis Foggia (getting closer to the championship). Fenati put it on a tray when he fell on the Misano circuit.
For its part, Sergio Garcia Dols, although he could not finish on the podium, the fourth place helps him stay in the fight for the title, now tied on points with Foggia and both 42 points behind Acosta, who in any case, has a more than enough advantage as to manage it wisely until the end of the season.