Quartararo pays tribute to Dupasquier with landslide victory at Mugello

The death of the Swiss pilot Jason Dupasquier (19 years old) after the fall and subsequent run over suffered in the Moto3 qualifying session has marked the Italian Grand Prix, where Fabio Quartararo has paid tribute to him with a landslide victory after the fall of Pecco Bagnaia when he commanded the race. In this way, the Yamaha Frenchman consolidates his leadership at the head of the MotoGP general classification with 24 points of income over his compatriot. Johann Zarco and 26 over the Italian Ducati before the World Championship lands next weekend in Montmeló, where Quartararo prevailed last season.

Just before starting the race there was a strange incident between Enea Bastianini and Johann Zarco, after the Italian rammed the Frenchman from behind before forming the grid. A incident investigated by Race Direction that was left without penalty and with the Italian out of the race.

Quartararo, who started from pole, was overtaken at the start by Bagnaia while from behind Miguel Oliveira he starred in a magnificent start that took him from seventh to third position.


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