Salač finished tenth in Misano. Quartararo became MotoGP world champion

Vlastimil Vacek, Law

In the Moto3 category, Czech national team member Filip Salač finished tenth after three unsuccessful races. Despite starting from fourteenth place, local rider Dennis Foggia won and dramatized the title fight.

Five laps from the end of the 15th corner, Bagnaia fell from first place, which would delay the 22-year-old Frenchman’s coronation. Quartararo finished fourth with Spaniard Marc Marquez winning.

After the fall of Bagnai, Quartararo was able to rejoice whatever his own result, after fourth place he finally had two races before the end in first place with an unmatched lead of 65 points.

Fabio Quartararo is delighted with the title of MotoGP World Champion.

Antonio Calanni, TK / AP

In Misano he won the first title of his career, in his previous appearances in Moto2 and Moto3, his best place in the final championship standings was tenth. After moving to the highest category of MotoGP, he finished fifth and eighth.

Today’s race was also a farewell to nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi with Italian fans. The 42-year-old, who has won seven MotoGP titles, will end his career after the season and finish in tenth place today.

Salač, 19, hasn’t finished the last three races and the last one hasn’t finished in Austin due to a heavy crash. At Misano, however, he returned to form on the track, and although he gradually fell behind after starting from second place, he scored the first points since the British Grand Prix in August.

“I didn’t have a bad start, I kept third to fourth from the start. Then I had contact with other riders, I fell and I couldn’t come back in position, “Salač said in a press release. Release.

“It was a difficult race, I had problems with the grip on both wheels, I lost a lot on the brakes. At the same time I lost a little on the acceleration with my weight, but the top ten is not a bad result.

Foggia, on which Salač lost 6.8 seconds, won with three tenths ahead of Spaniard Jaum Masia. The 20-year-old Italian rider claimed his fifth victory of the season. In addition, he extended the podium streak to six races, in which he finished three times first, twice third and once second.

Thanks to a successful streak, Foggia dramatized the title fight and two races before the end of the World Cup they lost 21 points to first Pedro Acosta. The Spanish leader in Misano finished third thanks to an improved finish and returned to the podium after five races.

Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna, World Motorcycle Championship in Misano:
1. Foggia (It./Honda) 39: 33 170
2. Masia -0.292
3. Acosta (both Šp. / KTM) -4.686
4. D. Binding (JAR / Honda) -4.797
5. Nepa -4,853
6. Antonelli (oba It./KTM) -5.052
…ten. Salač (CR / KTM) -6,800.
World ranking (after 16 of 18 races):
1. Acosta 234 b
2. Foggia 213
3. García (Šp. / GASGAS) 168
4. Masia 155
5. Fenati (It./Husqvarna) 147
6. D. Binding 136
… 18. Salač 52.
1. Lowes (British / Kalex) 40: 25,180
2. A. Fernández (Šp. / Kalex) -1 233
3. Canet (Šp. / Boscoscuro) -1,400
4. Vietti (It./Kalex) -2 554
5. Navarro (Šp. / Boscoscuro) -4.243
6. Manzi (It./Kalex) -5 198
World ranking (after 16 of 18 races):
1. Gardner (Austria / Kalex) 280
2. R. Fernández (Šp. / Kalex) 262
3. Bezzecchi (It./Kalex) 206
4. Lowes 165
5. A. Fernandez 151
6. Canet 140.
1. Mr. Marquez 41: 52 830
2. P. Espargaró (oba p. / Honda) -4,859
3. Bastianini (It./Ducati) -12,013
4. Fourth (Fr./Yamaha) -12,775
5. Zarco (Fr./Ducati) -16,458
6. Rins (Šp. / Suzuki) -17,669.
World ranking (after 16 of 18 races):
1. Fourth 267
2. Bagnaia (It./Ducati) 202
3. Mir (Esp. / Suzuki) 175
4. Zarco 152
5. Miller (Austr./Ducati) 149
6. Mr. Marquez 142

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