MotoGP Catalan 2022 MotoGP Grand Prix: Pramac Ducati . podium

MotoGP Catalan 2022 MotoGP Grand Prix: Pramac Ducati . podium

The ninth race of the 2022 motorcycle racing calendar, the Catalan Grand Prix, kicked off amid the sparkling sun. Alex Espargaro could have expected the lights to go out on the first start, and although he didn’t get off to a bad start, Fabio Quartaro overtook Aprilia’s pilot after the first turn.

However, the dramatic moment was not, it happened a little behind: the front of Takaki Nakagami’s engine slipped, the Japanese stole Alex Rins with his engine, while Francesco Bagnaia with his body. Maybe we don’t even have to describe it, but for the sake of order: this is the end of all of them.

Meanwhile, Jorge Martin also hit the neck of the Espargaro, and the Pramac rider outperformed his April teammate, who favored the Pioneer Quartarro the most.

Jorge Martin beats Alex Espargaro at the MotoGP Catalunya

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The duel between the Spaniards brought the most exciting battle and moments of competition, as it began a round trip between Martin and Espargaro. Four laps before the end, Espargaro beat Martin back a few times, but the biggest shot in a duel remained until the end.

In technical sports, we may have witnessed a scene never before or very rarely seen: Espargaro at the end of the penultimate lap thought the race had stopped and was celebrating, so he was overtaken by Jorge Martin several times, and even Johann Sarco and Joan Mir, beyond April, So he finished the race in fifth place instead of second.

Jorge Martin finished incredibly second at the Catalan Grand Prix

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Quartarro, who clinched the win with great confidence, capitalized on this victory, as the French defending champion was able to dramatically increase his compound advantage over his main rival.

The Red Bull KTM riders finished in points, Brad Bender in eighth and Miguel Oliveira in ninth.

Brad Bender and Miguel Oliveira also scored in Barcelona

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Continue in two weeks at Sachsenring with the German Grand Prix.

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