The Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) achieved its second consecutive victory in the category MotoGP of Motorcycle World Championship by imposing itself on the Grand Prix of San Marino that was played in the circuit of Misano.
Bagnaia beat the French by only 364/1000 fabio quartararo (Yamaha), which remains the solid leader of the championship of the queen class of the two wheels. The top trio was completed with another Italian, Enea Bastianini (Ducati-Avintia), who got his first podium in the specialty.
Winner of the first race of his life last week in Aragon, Bagnaia started from pole position and dominated the test from the beginning, although in the last laps he saw Quartararo approach him.
"The last two laps, when I saw Fabio approach, it was very difficult, I gave it my all"explained the winner. "It was hard for me to win my first race and now I win two at once ... I'm very happy", Anadio.
Ante 23.000 viewers, top figure for the pandemic, the motorcycle legend, the Italian Valentino RossiHe finished 17th in his last race at Misano, as at 42 he has announced his retirement at the end of this season.
At the tournament, Quartararo adds 234 points against 186 from Bagnaia and 167 from Spanish Joan mir (Suzuki), current champion.