Summary Moto2 and Moto3 race in Italy: Márquez, 1st

The ilerdense has repeated his performance of Le Mans after an impeccable race and Arbolino has been released as winner in Moto3.


With the victories of Arbolino y Márquez in Moto3 and Moto2 respectively, we said goodbye for two weeks when the seventh race of the 2019 season of the MotoGP World Championship in Montmelo will be held. Thank you for continuing with us on Sunday in Mugello. See you soon!

Arbolino premieres and Márquez repeats exhibition

It seems that the victory of Le Mans has given Álex Márquez what he needed to finish consolidating in the first positions of Moto2. The ilerdense has repeated exactly the same performance as Le Mans and, starting from the third place, he has signed a masterful test exempt of errors that has allowed him to shine again on the asphalt. It took him 25 races to win again from Japan 2017 and yet, now it seems he does not want to lose pace, especially after placing second in the overall standings with only 2 points off his head. On the podium, Marini and a Luthi accompanied him, who, until the end, managed to withstand the pressure of the leader. Baldassarri has been fourth and Fernández has closed the top five positions in a race that has nothing to do with Moto3.

In the small category the uncertainty has reigned until the last thousandth and that Arbolino, who is premiered in his homeland as winner in the World Cup, has imposed on Dalla Porta for only 29 thousandths. In a test that has had the first 13 in 2.5 seconds, the podium has been completed by a Masia who has signed a great comeback and with the victory of the Italian, who started from the pole, and there are 11 different winners that sum Moto3 in the last eleven races: Di Giannantonio, Bezzecchi, Arenas, Martín, Öncü, Toba, Masiá, Canet, Antonelli, McPhee and the winner of Mugello.

Alre we live the Moto2 and Moto3 races of the Italian GP

Previous of the Moto2 and Moto3 races in Italy

If there is some word that can describe the small category, that is equality. Moto3 continues to make the quarry a cylinder to not relax and already has six different poleman so far this season. Arbolino was the last to join this list and after an extraordinary lap, he took the position of honor. The Italian snatched the pole position from Rodrigo, who is still brilliant in qualifying and another Italian, in this case Dalla Porta, who will complete the first row of a race where the Spaniards, with Ramírez as the best of our team in the ninth place, will have to row against the current and get the most out of some riffs that will have a lot to say in this race.

Important of important will also be the rides in Moto2 although, in the intermediate class, they do not usually accustom the races in group. Schrotter was the fastest of the category achieving his third pole of the year and he did stealing the first place to his teammate, Thomas Luthi. The dynavolt intact duo gave the team a double in the lead that will be escorted by a confident Álex Márquez. The victory in Gallic territory seems to have given the ilerdense that extra confidence he needed and with the leader, Lorenzo Baldassarri in the fifteenth position, the goal will be to continue cutting distances in a general where he wants to start taking prominence.



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