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Fabio Quartararo and his Yamaha left Ducati wanting

The Frenchman prevailed on the second date of the MotoGP despite the superiority of the Pramac Racing bikes.

The French Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) se imposed on the Doha Grand Prix de a MotoGP, second date of Motorcycle World Championship, in a comeback that left second and third at Pramac Racing Ducati from also french Johann zarco, new leader of the campeonato, and the Spanish Jorge Martín, who led most of the race.

Fabio QuartararoAs el previous Sunday in the same stage of Losail, Ducati He seemed unrivaled in the first half of the race. Martín, who started from pole in his second GP in the premier class, went back to embroider the start and opened until half a second with Zarco. The tightest possible race was being prepared from behind.

And is that up to nine riders were in the leading group until the end, in a continuous exchange of positions, although the leading trio seemed clear. Next to the Pramac Racing was placed Alex Rins (Suzuki) coming to squeeze Martín for the lead, but finally overtaken by the red bikes.

The Yamaha closed that group until the French encouraged dfter studying the ideal moment not to suffer the speed of tip of las Ducati

Two laps from the end, Quartararo escaped in the lead and allowed Yamaha to achieve their second consecutive win after the success of the Spanish Maverick Viñales, of the official team, in the first date of the season.

Thanks to the two second places, Zarco leads the tournament with 40 points, four more than Quartararo and Viñales.

En Moto2 won Sam Lowes (Kalex), leader of the contest, with 190/1000 of advantage over the Australian Remy gardner (Kalex). Meanwhile in Moto3, the Spanish Pedro Acosta (KTM) beat the South African by 39/1000 Darryn binder (Sling). In the championship Acosta is also the leader. The next date will be Portuguese GP, April 18.

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