unbeatable, Bagnaia wins his sixth victory of the season

unbeatable, Bagnaia wins his sixth victory of the season

unbeatable, Bagnaia wins his sixth victory of the season

After regaining pole position, will Jack Miller be able to return to the top step of the podium this Sunday 4 September for the San Marino Grand Prix? Already focused on his future for 2023 – a transfer to KTM – the Australian would like to win even before leaving Ducati and could take advantage of this race to do so.

On Saturday, in conditions made difficult by raindrops, he set the best time, and his ease could come in handy if conditions were to be difficult again this Sunday at the start (14).

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Sunday 4 September 2022

MotoGP – Misano Grand Prix

the race

Sunday 4 September 2022

14:46

Fabio Quartararo has finally finished 5th.

14:44

🏁 It’s over ! What an end for Bastianini who, despite the mistake, set the fastest lap of the race and finished behind Bagnaia, who won his fourth consecutive Grand Prix, the sixth of the season.

14:42

Enea Bastianini misses the braking, touches the Bagnaia, we should stay there until the end.

14:41

It’s the last lap! The two future Ducati factory team mates will compete for the victory.

14:40

Round 26/27: Fabio Quartararo has recovered Luca Marini and can hope to get back to fourth place before the end.

14:35

The two leading men widened the gap on Maverick Vinales.

14:33

Round 22/27: returning strong on Bagnaia, Bastianini was warned for having exceeded the limits of the track too often.

14:32

Fabio Quartararo has just signed his best personal lap, he can still hope to return.

14:32

Round 20/27: Bagnaia has 6 tenths of an advantage over Bastianini.

14:31

Round 19/27: He moves in the leading quartet, Francesco Bagnaia leads with a small gap in front of Enea Bastianini who has overtaken Maverick Vinales while Luca Marini has abandoned and relegated by over a second.

14:28

Fabio Quartararo made a mistake and is now 2 seconds behind the driver in front of him.

14:27

Enea Bastianini set the absolute best lap in the Misano race in 1’31 ” 895. She is still 3rd.

14:27

Round 18/27: Fabio Quartararo also gave up a bit, now more than a second behind Luca Marini.

14:26

Note that Miller and Bezzecchi have left after their fall.

14:23

Half-race ranking:

1. Bagnaia

2. Vinales

3. Bastianini

4. Navy

5. Quartararo

6. Espargaro A.

7. Rinses

8.Martin

9. Oliveira

10. Binder B.

11. Marco A.

12. Dovizioso

13. Fernandez

14. Binder D.

15. Bradl

16. Nakagami

17. Gardner

18. Miller

19. Bezzecchi

20. By Giannantonio

21. Watanabe

Not classified

Morbidelli

Zarco

Pyro

Espargaro P.

14:21

Round 27/14: In the hard there is Aleix Espargaro, who lost a second on Fabio Quartararo, who still shows just over half a second behind the first four.

14:18

Round 27/12: Maverick Vinales is cautioned for going too far.

14:17

Round 11/27: in front the four drivers follow one another but are unable to overtake each other on this circuit which offers overtaking opportunities.

14:16

Round 27/10: Aleix Espargaro set the fastest lap of the race, less than a second behind Nice.

14:15

The passage of Fabio Quartararo to the championship rival Aleix Espargaro. He is 7 tenths behind the leader of the race.

14:13

Correction: Francesco Bagnaia opted for a hard front tire at the last moment. So there will be no difference between the leading riders.

14:12

Round 27/8: the Frenchman set the fastest lap of the race, chasing the four leading men.

14:11

Round 27/7: Fabio Quartararo climbed back to 5th place overtaking Aleix Espargaro.

14:10

Michelin tells us that all the riders took the same tires apart from Francesco Bagnaia, the leader who chose a medium front tire and not a hard one like the others.

14:07

Round 27/5: Maverick Vinales looks very comfortable on his Aprilia, he finished second behind Francesco Baganai and set the fastest lap of the race.

14:06

Behind the four leading men we find Aleix Espargaro (5th) ahead of Fabio Quartararo.

14:05

Round 27/3: Francesco Bagnaia took the lead.

14:04

A group of four riders in the lead comes off with Bastianini in front of Bagnaia, Vinales and Marini.

14:03

And Marco Bezzecchi too! He was 4th after the first lap.

14:03

Round 2/27: Jack Miller has fallen!

14:02

Francesco Bagnaia has already returned to third position, behind Enea Bastianini and Miller.

14:01

Triple crash at the start and unfortunately Johann Zarco is involved …

14:01

Better start for Jack Miller who took the lead.

14:00

☀️ It’s sunny in Misano, unlike yesterday the race should be done in dry conditions.

13:59

🔥 The warm-up lap is underway, imminent departure.

13:51

The starting grid, with six Ducatis in the top seven

Australian Jack Miller, author of the best time in qualifying for the San Marino Grand Prix on Saturday 3 September, will start on Sunday from pole position. The Ducati rider was the best in difficult conditions in a session interrupted by raindrops. He will be ahead of the Italians Enea Bastianini and Marco Bezzecchi in the front row. Find the starting grid.

13:50

Marc Marquez is already present in Miano before competing on Tuesday with his team. The Spaniard was declared in the race at the beginning of the weekend by the medical team of the category.

13:37

4

Taking pole position on Saturday at Misano, Australian Jack Miller put an end to a drought of more than four years, he who had not had the opportunity to start first on the grid from his first MotoGP pole position during the Grand Prix. Argentina 2018.

13:31

346

Andrea Dovizioso is racing this weekend in his 346th and final Grand Prix in all categories, and 248th in MotoGP. In the premier category he is the second driver to have played more races, far behind his compatriot Valentino Rossi (372 starts).

13:20

📰 Andrea Dovizioso goes out at home

Fighting to regain pace on the handlebars of his Yamaha since his return in 2021, Andrea Dovizioso will retire at the end of the San Marino MotoGP Grand Prix this Sunday. An end of his career in the premier category, both pleasant because at home but also a bit from the back door, given his record, even if 2022 already sounded like too many season.

13:11

📰 Marc Marquez present at Misano next Tuesday for testing, his return to the track becomes clearer

After recovering from further surgery on his right arm, Spaniard Marc Marquez was able to successfully get back on his training bike. A good dynamic that convinced him to participate in the next tests of the MotoGP category scheduled for Tuesday in Misano, after the San Marino Grand Prix held this weekend.

13:07

📰 Pole for Jack Miller, the Frenchman a little behind

Qualifying for the San Marino MotoGP Grand Prix was interrupted by rain on Saturday 3 September and, in changing conditions, Australian Jack Miller was the fastest. He will start this Sunday in pole position in front of two Italians: Enea Bastianini and Marco Bezzecchi. Second in the session, Francesco Bagnaia will only start from 5th place due to a penalty. The French Johann Zarco and Fabio Quartararo, on the other hand, could not do better than the 6th and 8th time.

12:52

🏍️ Hello everyone and welcome to this live stream to follow the San Marino MotoGP Grand Prix race. The start will be at 2 pm on the Misano circuit.

Enea Bastinanini, 2And on the grid and a three-time winner this season, he could be one of the contenders for victory at Misano, on a track that has often been successful in all categories.

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Behind, the fight between Francesco Bagnaia (5And), Fabio Quartararo (8And) and Aleix Espargaro (9And), the three contenders for the crown of the world.

Last Grand Prix for Andrea Dovizioso

This San Marino Grand Prix will also mark the last race in the career of Andrea Dovizioso who, given his difficulties in picking up speed on the Yamaha RNF – 21And in the standings with 11 points scored -, he will give his place at the next Grand Prix to the British Cal Crutchlow. He will then retire in front of his Italian audience.

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