Bautista passed Razgatlioglu at the finish line


The straight became the main point of a race marked by wheel options. Bautista was able to steal the finishing victory straight from Toprak Razgatlioglu after a fierce fight in the final laps between the Yamaha rider and the Ducati rider.

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On a clean start, within a few meters, Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu got the distance with the pursuers and create a close group between the two.

The end of the finish line became the center of attention, each lap one of the top two drivers was able to overtake the other. Just two laps passed when the first came into friction between Razgatlioglu and Rea. The Yamaha rider partially left the line, which Rea continued perfectly, but when Razgatlioglu rejoined the line he met Rea and there the league clash took place with no consequences for either rider.

Andrea Locatelli and the head of the classification, Álvaro Bautista, were in the second groupwho were more comfortable and were able to overtake the Italian and tried to chase down the race -leading drivers. A few tenths away was the last group managed by Scott Redding along with Iker Lecuona and Xavi Vierge.

As the laps passed, Jonathan Rea’s tires began to swell and Bautista approached. Until the crucial moment. Rea had a small start that the Ducati rider took advantage of to catch up with her and stick as much as possible with the current champion, Toprak Razgatlioglu.

Since, Jonathan Rea is increasingly losing time and he had no choice but to settle for third place. however, the battle between Álvaro Bautista and Toprak Razgatlioglu is getting bigger and bigger. Bautista looks like he had a chance to get a new victory that will allow him to get even further in the standings.

From behind, Lecuona and Vierge overtook Redding after a good match between former riders in MotoGP. Redding refused to give up, but the tires gave up more and he was eventually overtaken by two Spanish Honda riders.

On the penultimate lap, Bautista took the necessary steps to figure out how hard it was for him to get out of the last corner to overtake the Yamaha rider. And that’s right, he covered the distances well and after starting second in the last corner he was able to overtake thanks to the good top speed that the Ducati has.

Finally Jonathan Rea finished third, followed by Andrea Locatelli. Vierge was able to overtake his teammate Lecuona in the final lap to cross the finish line in fifth place. The other Spaniards, Viñales had to retreat just four laps after the start.

Source: La Verdad


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