Dutch GP: Bagnaia back in title contention after chaotic win in Assen as Quartararo crashes

Dutch GP: Bagnaia back in title rivalry just just after chaotic obtain in Assen as Quartararo crashes

Rookie mistake

Rookie
error

Quartararo
afterwards
lamented
a
“rookie
error”
soon after
2 times
crashing
to
see
the
MotoGP
title
race
blown
wide
open
yet again.
The
Monster
Energy
Yamaha
rider’s
lead
in excess of
Aleix
Espargaro
at
the
top
of
the
standings
was
slice
from
34
factors
to
21
just after
failing
to
finish
Sunday’s
race.

“I
made
a
rookie
oversight.
I
needed
to
force
too
substantially
from
the
commencing.
I
apologise
to
Aprilia
and
to
Aleix
for
putting
him
out
of
the
track.”

Pecco show

Pecco
clearly show

Bagnaia
never ever
appeared
like
relinquishing
to start with
spot
to
Bezzecchi,
despite the fact that
he
admitted
to
getting
“terrified”
of
a
third
DNF
in
a
row
when
rain
hit
late
on
in
the
Netherlands.

“Hunting
at
the
gap
with
Bezzecchi,
he
was
constantly
catching.
I
experienced
to
press
once again,
I
experienced
to
open up
this
hole
once again
to
be
smarter
and
additional
serene
once more
later on
in
the
race,”
he
said.

Salvage job

Salvage
career

Guiding
them,
Aleix
Espargaro
experienced
risen
to
sixth
and
that
appeared
like
an
admirable
salvage
position,
but
then
he
divebombed
Jack
Miller
and
Brad
Binder
as
they
ran
into
the
Timmer
Chicane
for
the
last
time.

Binder
would
take
fifth,
in advance
of
Miller,
Jorge
Martin,
and
Joan
Mir,
who
experienced
make contact with
with
Miguel
Oliveira
(Pink
Bull
KTM
Manufacturing unit
Racing)
as
they
lined
up
on
the
grid
in advance of
a
strike
with
Luca
Marini
(Mooney
VR46
Racing
Staff)
when
the
race
had
really
started off.

Summer break

Summertime
break

Oliveira
nonetheless
completed
ninth,
in advance
of
Alex
Rins
(Workforce
Suzuki
Ecstar),
Enea
Bastianini
(Gresini
Racing
MotoGP),
Takaaki
Nakagami,
Johann
Zarco,
Fabio
Di
Giannantonio
(Gresini
Racing
MotoGP),
and
Alex
Marquez
(LCR
Honda
Castrol)
in
the
closing
details
posture.

The
MotoGP
now
goes
into
the
summer months
break
ahead of
the
action
resumes
with
Round
12

the
British
Grand
Prix

to
be
held
at
the
Silverstone
Circuit
on
August
7.


Results
(Prime
10)

1.
Francesco
Bagnaia
(Ducati
Lenovo
Workforce)

2.
Marco
Bezzecchi
(Mooney
VR46
Racing
Workforce)
+
.444

3.
Maverick
Vinales
(Aprilia
Racing)
+
1.209

4.
Aleix
Espargaro
(Aprilia
Racing)
+
2.585

5.
Brad
Binder
(Red
Bull
KTM
Factory
Racing)
+
2.721

6.
Jack
Miller
(Ducati
Lenovo
Workforce)
+
3.045

7.
Jorge
Martin
(Prima
Pramac
Racing)
+
4.340

8.
Joan
Mir
(Staff
Suzuki
Ecstar)
+
8.185

9.
Miguel
Oliveira
(Purple
Bull
KTM
Factory
Racing)
+
8.325

10.
Alex
Rins
(Team
Suzuki
Ecstar)
+
8.596


STANDINGS


Riders

1.
Fabio
Quartararo
(Monster
Energy
Yamaha)
172

2.
Aleix
Espargaro
(Aprilia)
151

3.
Johann
Zarco
(Pramac
Racing)
114

4.
Francesco
Bagnaia
(Ducati)
106

5.
Enea
Bastianini
(Gresini)
105


Teams

1.
Aprilia
Racing
213

2.
Monster
Electrical power
Yamaha
197

3.
Ducati
197

4.
Pramac
Racing
184

5.
Crimson
Bull
KTM
164

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