Moto GP: Martin wins in Thailand, Quartararo 6th and Zarco 10th

Moto GP: Martin wins in Thailand, Quartararo 6th and Zarco 10th

The Thai Motorcycle Grand Prix offered breathtaking suspense in its final lap. While the South African Brad Binder (KTM) seemed set to win, a surprising slowdown allowed the Spaniard Jorge Martin (Ducati), the main competitor of the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati), the leader in the World Championship. world to impose itself.

This is the 4th success of the season for the Spaniard (the 5th overall in his career). Not in the running for victory, the Italian Bagnaia is not to be pitied. Because just after the finish, Binder, for driving on the green line on the last lap, was penalized by one place. Second, Bagnaia therefore limits the damage against Jorge Martin. He maintains a 13-point lead in the World Championship standings.

Very pale Blues

Among the French, the results are less flashy. A week after his victory in Australia, Johann Zarco (Ducati) was never in the running and finished in 10th place. His compatriot Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), who started 10th on the starting line, nevertheless managed a nice climb up the rankings to finish in a very honorable 6th place.

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