MotoGp Spain, Binder wins the sprint ahead of Bagnaia

Lowes on pole in Moto2, Oncu on pole in Moto3 and Fenati 4th

Brad Binder wins the sprint race of the Spanish GP. The South African of the Ktm prevails over Francesco ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia who, with the best of the Ducatis, leaves behind the Australian Jack Miller (Ktm) and the Spaniard Jorge Martin (Ducati). Fifth place for the Aprilia of the Portuguese Miguel Olivera who precedes the Spaniards Dani Pedrosa with the Ktm and Maverick Vinales on the Aprilia and the Frenchman of the Ducati Johann Zarco. Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati), ninth at the finish line today, remains at the top of the world standings with 65 points, 3 more than Bagnaia and 17 more than Vinales.

Lowes on pole in Moto2 – Sam Lowes conquers the pole position of the GP in the Moto2 class. The English rider, astride a Kalex, stops the clocks on a time of 1’40″750 ahead of the Spaniard Pedro Acosta and his compatriot Jake Dixon by just over half a second. The best of the Italians is Celestino Vietti, 7th at +0.836 Tony Arbolino tenth, just over a second behind Lowes.

Oncu on pole in Moto3 and Fenati 4th- The Turkish Deniz Oncu on Ktm conquers the pole position in the Moto3 GP with a time of 1’45″668. Behind him the Spaniards and team-mates Ivan Ortolà at 115 thousandths and David Munoz at 297 thousandths. The latter is the protagonist in the last lap of a bad fall, without serious consequences, but which requires the intervention of the ambulance. Fourth place for the best of the Italian riders Romano Fenati (Honda, +0″316).