The British Circuit Silverstone will open the second part of the Motorcycle World Championship, one of the closest in recent years, with the French Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha YZR M 1) as the MotoGP leader with only 21 points ahead of the Spaniard Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia RS-GP).
Much narrower are the differences, better said, non-existent, in Moto2, where the Italian Celestino Vietti and the spanish Augusto Fernandezboth on the paths of Kalex, are equal to 146 points, so in their case it can be said that the championship, for them, will start again, and something similar is happening in Moto3.
The Spanish Sergio Garcia Dolls and Izan Guevarathe GasGas teammates owned by Valencian Jorge Martínez “Aspar”, are almost three points apart, when an intense schedule with nine races remains in doubt, until the curtain falls on the championship on the circuit on November 6 ” Ricardo Tormo” of the Valencian Community.
Quartararocurrent world champion, seems to be the most solid leader in the category, at least he has the most victories, with the Italians Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia (Ducati Desmosedici GP22) and Enea Bastianini (Ducati Desmosedici GP21), with three each, although the regularity of the Frenchman, with only one zero in the last race of the first part of the season, in the Netherlands, allows him to be the leader of the competition. while, bagnaia He is fourth, 66 points behind the Frenchman, with at least four “zeros” that define his situation in the points table and that should be the goal to improve in the second part of the championship, as well as for Bastianinififth with three zeros and 67 points behind Quartararo.
But the biggest and most pleasant surprise was starred by the Spaniards in the first part of the championship Aleix Espargaro and his Aprilia RS-GP, which after the victory in Argentina, his first victory in MotoGP, showed the solvency and regularity that placed him second in the points table and as the only rider, along with the Turkish Deniz Oncu (KTM) in Moto3, having scored points in all grand prix contested so far. Espargarowith the fifth-worst classification in the last seven grands prix, has earned the right to be the main contender to oust a Fabio Quartararo nor does it show many signs of weakness, as everyone awaits the announcement of the return of the great benchmark of the last decade, Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda RC 213V).
Marquez continues his recovery process after the last surgical intervention he had to undergo at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, in the United States, after verifying that the humerus of his right arm rotated more than thirty percent after the accident he suffered in Jerez circuit, two years ago today. He will be the great star of the second part of the championship without even contesting it, as all eyes and attention will be focused on the date of the possible return to the competition, which many outline the “tests” that will be carried out by all teams. after the Great San Marino Prize, at the beginning of September, at the Misano Adriatico circuit, which is very important for the development of prototypes for the next season.
Source: La Verdad
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