Misano (Italy) (AFP)
Quartararo got this golden opportunity after his direct and last pursuit of the title fell to the cyclist Banaya, leaving the Frenchman at the forefront of the riders’ standings with a comfortable difference and resolving the conflict in his favour, two rounds before the end (267 vs 202).
And the victory in Sunday’s race came back to Spanish cyclist Marc Marques (Honda), who in turn benefited from the fall of Banaya 4 laps from the end, while the latter, who started from the position to first, was ahead of his rival.
Marquez’s teammate and compatriot Paul Espargaro and Italian Enia Bastianini (Ducati-Aventia) completed the podium by reaching second and third places, respectively, in front of France’s Quartararo, who started from 15th, and Johan Zarco (Ducati-Pramac).
This tour was also the last chance for the Italian fans to see the legend Valentio Rossi (Yamaha-SRT), who finished tenth, after announcing his retirement at the end of this year.
Quartararo won the precious title in his third year in the MotoGP class, and his first with the factory Yamaha team after two years spent with the reserve team Yamaha-SRT.
During his 16 grand prix this season, he climbed to the podium 10 times, winning 5 of them and taking first place on 5 occasions as well.
After an unsuccessful passage in the Moto3 categories in 2015 and 2016, where he climbed to the podium twice and started from the lead only twice in his first year, and then in Moto2 in 2017 and 2018 with two podiums, a victory and a start from first place in his second year, the French rider imposed himself in moto GP the following year thanks to his 7 podium finishes and six pole positions.
In 2020, he gave France their first victory in the Queen class since compatriot Regis Laconi achieved it in Valencia in 1999.
The tournament continues this year, as the teams will move to Algarve in Portugal for the 17th round on November 7, before the curtain falls on the World Championship in Valencia, Spain, on November 14.
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