MotoGp Spain, Bagnaia triumphs in Jerez ahead of Binder and Miller

The Piedmontese riding the Ducati also returns to the top of the world rankings

Francesco ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia leaves behind the crashes in the last two GPs of Argentina and Austin, triumphing in the Spanish GP at Jerez de la Frontera.

The Piedmontese, riding the Ducati, prevailed in front of the Ktm of the South African Brad Binder and the Australian Jack Miller. Fourth place for the Spaniard of the Ducati Pramac Jorge Martin who leaves behind his compatriot of the Aprilia Aleix Espargaro and Luca Marini with the Ducati of the VR46 team. Bagnaia also returns to the top of the world rankings.

The Spanish of Ktm Dani Pedrosa completed the top ten, ahead of his compatriot of Ducati Alex Marquez, the Japanese of Honda Takaaki Nakagami and the French of Yamaha Fabio Quartararo. With the success in Andalusia Bagnaia rises to 87 points. The Ducatista takes advantage of the fall of the previous leader Marco Bezzecchi. The rider of the Mooney VR46 team slips to 2nd place remaining at 65 points.

I’m very happy, this week’s progress has been the best ever. On Friday I had some front feeling problems, yesterday it went better, today it went very well. I managed the tires well. The conditions were difficult, in the end getting back to winning today was really great“, said Bagnaia, after the victory.