'Martinator' is the winner of the Austrian double date

A first and a third allow him to add 41 points in the Red Bull Ring, three more than the next, a Binder who has been fourth and first.

'Martinator'-is-the-winner-of-the-Austrian-double-date

Austria's double win has had two winners, Jorge Martín and Brad Binder, and five different drivers on the podium. The only one who has stepped on the box twice has been Martinator, as first in the Styrian GP and third in the Austrian GP, and also, with the honor of having conquered the two poles that were at stake. These results have led him to add 41 points out of 50 possible in two races, three more than the next driver with the most desirable loot.

The second in this distribution of points of the Austrian double appointment is Brad Binder, who to the fourth of last Sunday has added the victory of now by reigning in the chaos of the Red Bull Ring, being able to endure and win on dry tires with the asphalt already soaked and raining.

Distribution of points in the Austrian double event

1º Jorge Martín 41 points (1st in the Styrian GP and 3rd in the Austrian GP) 444 444

2º Brad Binder 40 points (4th and 1st)

º Joan Mir 33 points (2nd and 4th)

4º Francesco Bagnaia 25 points (11th and 2nd)

-. Fabio Quartararo 25 points (3rd and 7th)

6th Takaaki Nakagami 14 points (5th and 13th)

- Álex Márquez 14 points (9th and 9th)

8º Luca Marini 13 points (14º and 5º)

9º Iker Lecuona 11 points (15º and 6th)

-. Álex Rins 11 points (7th and 14th)

-. Valentino Rossi 11 points (13th and 8th) 444 444

12º Johann Zarco 10 points (6th and fall)

13º Marc Márquez 9 points (8º and 15º)

14º Dani Pedrosa 6 points (10º and did not run)

-. Aleix Espargaró 6 points (Fault and 10th)

16th Jack Miller 5 points (knockdown and 11th)

17º Danilo Petrucci 4 points (18th and 12th)

-. Enea Bastianini (12th and retired)



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