Quartararo leads Yamaha’s double and Márquez rallies from 20th to 7th at Assen

Fabio Quartararo consummated his fourth victory of the season that serves to go as a leading leader to the summer break. The Frenchman had a very good career in the Netherlands GP, after taking advantage of a very bad exit from his partner (for now) Maverick Viñales, who could not take advantage of Saturday’s pole.

On the great straight of the Assen circuit, a test was decided in which aerodynamics was key, as well as the track limits. A) Yes, Francesco Bagnaia He was sanctioned although in the end he could not fight to maintain second place with a Viñales willing to claim.

After the Yamaha finished the current world champion, a Joan Mir that little by little he feels more comfortable with the Suzuki. From less to more, the Catalan culminated a good race that serves to add his second podium of the season.

To highlight the way in which he did it: the Spaniard started 10th, but in a very intelligent way he began to climb places until he placed 3rd in the last bars of the test to celebrate again with champagne.

Another of the great winners of the race was Marc Márquez. First, because he did not fall, something that did happen on Friday and this Saturday, which deprived him of being able to fight for a good position on the starting grid. From 20th to 7th position, with a good final fight with Aleix Espargaró, saved more than enough furniture in a circuit that he likes a lot.

Now it’s time to rest for the next four weeks, since the MotoGP World Championship does not return until August 5.


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