Márquez starts out of the positions that close the title

The first premise for Alex to be already champion in Australia is that he finish on the Australian podium and started eighth. Martin commanded.


The first premise for Alex to be champion in Australia is that he finish on the Australian podium, but he started eighth, so that result would make the Moto2 title still come to Malaysia alive. However, there is no need to worry in the least, because the good news that the leader knew how to get rid of the fall that had just left the asphalt of Phillip Island, when it was more wet. It was on curve four, going very slowly, and it was only one of the many that were in that first free for the intermediate class in Phillip Island. Just before he fell Marini, who has just won the last two races, and nothing happened to him, but it was a warning to everyone of what can happen at any time in this delicate layout, very brave.

Already in the afternoon session the sun shone, and in it Martin sent, who arrives in Australia with his first podium in Moto2 in the armchair and wanting more. His time of 1: 33.010 gave him a great advantage over the first of his pursuers, Binder, who finished just ahead of Navarro and Lecuona. Brad and Jorge were the first in the table of those who still have mathematical options, quite remote, to take the title of the little one from the Marquez. Luthi, the one closest to the leader's overall at 36 points, was eleventh, and Augustus, thirteenth. Marini, meanwhile, did 20th.

Martin's time, still in force Moto3 champion until Dalla Porta says otherwise or Canet if he works the miracle, stayed six tenths of the record that Rabat has on this track and dates back to 2014, the year he was proclaimed champion . Regarding the other Spaniard in Liza, Vierge was 21st in a day in which he was also one of those who fell with the wet asphalt in the morning.



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