When it seemed that the World Cup was already decided, Jorge Martín appeared to hit the table in the last week and get closer to the lead. Martinator leaves Misano with the biggest haul he could get, 37 points, after his victories in the sprint and in the race on Sunday. Thus, the Spaniard leaves the San Marino MotoGP GP just 36 points behind the championship leader, Francesco Bagnaia, in the standings.
The Pramac driver dominated the entire grand prix with a firm hand and took a crushing victory ahead of Bezzecchi, second, and Bagnaia, third. In fact, the official Ducati rider had to grit his teeth to retain third position since, behind him, Dani Pedrosa was very strong. The KTM rider had a 10-week weekend with two fourth places and being the best KTM on the grid.
For his part, Marc Márquez managed to finish seventh, ahead of Raúl Fernández’s Aprilia and Luca Marini’s Ducati. However, the most striking thing is that Pedrosa, in just two races, has already scored more points than the eight-time world champion and is only three points behind the first Honda, which is Nakagami. That is why this Monday’s test in Misano is vital for the future of Honda and Cervera.
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