Baptist becomes a prophet in his land and already has 12 victories

The Spaniard has passed the roll in Jerez and has imposed himself for more than seven seconds on Van der Mark and Rea, who has crossed the finish line with controversy.


To date no Spanish driver had won the round of Jerez and today was the day to finish with this data. He did not start from the pole, in fact he did a Jonathan Rea who celebrated his privileged position in the Superpole with great euphoria, to see como or just Bautista has needed a return to bring back the reality of Superbike this season. Again began in the first row, which has not abandoned throughout the season, and once the light went out the Spanish did nothing but confirm the good feelings he left during the day yesterday in the Andalusian layout.

It seemed, because afterwards he showed that he had much more, that he could enjoy a lead of four or five tenths compared to the Kawasaki rider. However, already in the first step by goal, the pilot of Ducati surpassed his main rival in more than half a second after having reduced in the first lap thrown the fastest time that had been recorded in the Andalusian route. Álvaro's 1: 39.305 was just a preview of what was to come and again with that of Talavera at a level unattainable for the rest, the race was played in the positions that preceded him.

During Friday, Van der Mark also showed a great pace for this race and with Rea in anyone's territory after the start and overtaking of Bautista, the next one who wanted to account for the Northern Irishman was him. It only took him three laps for the Yamaha rider to Hunt and overtake Jonathan inside. In the curve Dani Pedrosa the Kawasaki driver has been fired from the second position forever and has had to fight for the third to the end, in a final corner where the controversy has unleashed.

La Lowes motorcycle, that has been on the verge of leaving Rea out of the podium for the first time this season, has ended up on the ground in the cruva of Jorge Lorenzo. The Northern Irishman crossed the finish line apologizing and pese to touch, everything has been in a race incident Neither has it served to steal attention from the true protagonist. Bautista has returned, if he ever got to go, and has done so by rolling and rolling at will to return to being a prophet in his homeland and sumar the twelfth victory of the season after running a perfect race.



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