binder to surprise
From fifteenth to first, this was the Sprint that Brad Binder he competed with KTM in Argentina. The South African who closed the fifth row immediately managed to get into the lead positions, to then lead the race, but there were really a lot of overtaking until the end. So that Marco Bezzecchi he finished second by just 72 thousandths. The 12 laps held at Termas de Rio Hondo saw a great show on the track with a heated fight up to sixth position and the Mooney VR46 team finished with both riders on the podium, given that Luca Marini conquered the third step. Excellent fourth place for Franco Morbidelli who led the race in the initial stages, then managing to defend himself well with his Yamaha. We can’t say the same about Fabio Quartararo, his teammate who finished in ninth position in a race far from the positions that count, and winning just one point.
Bagnaia sixth, Aprilia distant
Not even the two Aprilias fought in front, with Maverick Vinales who brought home a seventh place, while Aleix Espargaro, author of a fast lap during the race, he then crashed and was forced to retire. The top 5 ended by Alex Marquezthe poleman, who fought tooth and nail with Francis Bagnaia managing to get the better of it. In fact, the reigning champion, who scored twice in Portimao, did no better than sixth place. Fall for Joan Mir, the only Repsol Honda rider on the track, who was subsequently taken to the medical centre. Eighth place for George Martinwhile the top 10 was concluded by Jack Miller riding the other official KTM who took 5 seconds from his teammate.
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