MotoGP world champion # Andrea_dovetsioso (Ducati), the MotoGP world champion of this season, won the Spanish Grand Prix # 19, the last stage of the world championship, which was greatly disturbed by the rains.
Duvetsuoso, who won his fourth win of the season and the first Ducati in Valencia 10 years ago, finished second in the 2,750 W home by Alex Reynes (Suzuki) and the last Paul Ospargaro (KTM) 24: 40:40 minutes finished the race with a difference of 7,406 w, the second podium holding the category of Queen said for the first time completed.
Contest organizers ended the race in about half an hour, removing the red flag because of the rain, and the drivers could not finish the race for safety. One of the most recognized countries was the world champion Marquez who controlled his bike.
O It was a crazy race and I didn't have the feeling of winning at the start, and Alex (Rennes) started very fast and I couldn't catch up with it, bir said Dovitsioso. Of water ".
"In the second part of the race, we made some changes to the bike, we wore new tires, and we felt good, and the bike worked well, and I was able to tighten more."
"It was nice to finish the tournament this way."
”Even the fourth place solutions would be a good thing,“ he said. “I'm proud to be here with the best bike in the world.“
The race saw several drivers, including Marques (Honda), the world champion who hurt his left shoulder, which was expected to undergo surgery in early December. After an overdrivedan Marquez slipped in a corner, he came out early and lost control of his bike.
Spain's Danny Pedrosa (Honda) left 295 behind in his career, finished in the 18th without a podium for the first time and ranked 11th in the final rankings.
World champion Miguel Oliveira (KTM), who finished second and third players, won the third win of the season (after the Italian and Czech awards) before the Spanish Ecker (KTM) and Alex Marquez (Calix). The second was a leader, but 11 laps fell from the end of the race.
This was the first time in his career he took his 18th birthday podium in 2016, directly in this category.