MotoGP saves on Sunday

A national full on the podium with Márquez, Rins and Viñales that says everything about what this country represents in the sport of motorbikes.


The start of Sunday in Jerez looked bad. Two races, no Spanish victory in the home grand prix. Moto3 and Moto2 were uphill for Spanish interests and only the bullet remained to save the day, so that the 75,000 fans who were on the circuit that now bears the name Angel Nieto returned home with a satisfaction to live up to his illusions. And the compensation could not be more complete in MotoGP, a national full on the podium with Márquez, Rins and Viñales that says everything about what this country represents in the sport of moto. Marc won the race to regain a leadership that I never had to lose: today, without a doubt in my opinion, it is the most fit pilot in the queen category.

The fall of Márquez in the United States was a slip that did not correspond with that superiority, in Jerez what has reconfirmed with authority. Nothing surprising, therefore, in that regard. Much more remarkable I think the second position of Rins, just after his first win in Austin. The evolution of the Suzuki and the maturity that its pilot is propping up race by race is not a one-day mark. Will it be a consistent rival for the leader in the fight for the title? I would be surprised if that were the case, especially because of the logical differences in pressure management that exist between the two. If Rins manages to maintain his level, because Márquez will undoubtedly do it, I do not believe that his time has yet come to face him with solvency until the end of the season.



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