Gardner wins, Raúl falls and Navarro returns to the podium

The Australian leaves the title sentenced by leaving with 44 points over Fernández, on the ground when he was seventh. Jorge beat Lowes in the fight for third.

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As in the MotoGP and Moto3 categories, the Moto2 title has also been practically seen for sentence after the Silverstone race. Another bite from Remy Gardner in the form of victory, added to the fall of Raúl Fernández, when he was grinding seventh and without options for anything important due to grip problems with the rear tire, puts the title of the intermediate category on a silver platter for the Australian .

With 150 points at stake, 44 ahead and given the regularity exhibited so far by the leader, it is very bad that the son of the 'Crocodile' Gardner has to be given to not close this title and thus look at his father as equals, from world champion to world champion. Of course, with all due respect, because his father was 500cc in 1987, the queen class that in 2002 MotoGP replaced as the new maximum category of motorcycles.

The battle for the victory has been a duel to the end between Gardner and Bezzecchi, who can give thanks very high to be second. The poleman got a good scare when his bike refused to start for the grid formation lap. They had to change the electronic control unit in a minute that seemed eternal, but after which he was able to go out onto the asphalt of Silverstone to give his best. He tried until the end, but 481 thousandths separated him from a Gardner who thus signed his fourth victory of the season and his ninth podium out of twelve possible.The fight for third place was close between Lowes and Navarro, the Spaniard being the winner of the pulse at the end. This podium is great for the Valencian, because he is still without a bike for next season, but not without talent. In 2020 he did not smell the drawer, but in 2019 he went up to it eight times, so he is no stranger at the trophy ceremony and will have to be counted on for the 15 podiums that remain at stake.

After the Englishman, Di Giannantonio, Augusto Fernández, Canet, Vierge, Ogura and Roberts to close the top ten places. Arenas was 19th and Ramírez 20th. Raúl and Garzó are not finished.



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