The Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) stayed with him Spanish Grand Prix de MotoGP, fourth date of Motorcycle World Championship that was carried out in the circuit Jerez de la Frontera. This is the second success of the Aussie in the premier class of two wheels after that obtained in 2016 at the Dutch GP.
Miller took advantage of the failures that the French had Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), who started from pole, led for much of the race and eventually finished 13th. This delay also affected his position in the tournament as the Frenchman gave up the first position to the Italian. Francesco Bagnaia, which completed the double of Ducati. The last step of the podium, meanwhile, was for the also Italian Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha)
The Spanish Marc Márquez (Honda), who after falling in training on Saturday fell back to the ground this Sunday in full tanks, finished in a creditable ninth position in his second Grand Prix after nine months of absence due to injury.
Bagnaia now leads the contest with 64 points, while Quartararo is second with 62. The top trio is completed by the Spanish Maverick Viñales (Yamaha), seventh in Jerez, with 50.
En Moto2 he won Fabio di Giannantonio (Kalex); Meanwhile he Australian Remy Gardner (Kalex) finished fourth and continues to lead the standings. On Moto3, meanwhile, Spanish Pedro Acosta (KTM) got their third win in a row and continues to lead the tournament.
The next date will be Grand Prix of FranceThe May 16.