The French Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) consolidated its leadership at the head of the a MotoGP of Motorcycle World Championship then win the Italian Grand Prix, sixth date of the season that was marked by the Swiss death Jason dupasquier de Moto3.
The podium of the Italian event was completed by the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira (KTM), which reached 2s592 from Gaul; and spanish Joan Mir (Suzuki), who finished three seconds behind the winner.
Thanks to his third win of the year, Quartararo settled at the top of the general classification with 105 points, 24 more than his compatriot Johann zarco (Ducati), with 81. While the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati), with 79, dropped to third place after not scoring points for his fall in the second lap.
After an emotional minute of silence for Dupasquier's death, the drivers jumped onto the Mugello track in search of a triumph to dedicate to the ill-fated 19-year-old athlete.
Quartararo defended his pole position on Saturday, but Bagnaia managed to pass him at the first corner. However, in the second lap, Pecco went to the ground and returned the privileged position to Nice.
Then began the French struggle for the victory between El Diablo and Zarco, although soon the former managed to get rid of his compatriot to march at a great pace. Oliveira managed to hunt down Zarco to promote a position; while Mir also realized the Gaul to get on the podium.
En Moto2 won the australian Remy gardner (Kalex), who leads the contest. While the Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda) won Moto3 with 36/1000 advantage over Jaume Masia (KTM). The Spanish Pedro Costa (GasGas) maintains the leadership of the tournament despite the ninth place.
The contest will continue on June 6 with the Catalan Grand Prix.