Marco Bezechi of the VR46 racing team came in second for his first podium and Aprilia’s Maverick Vinales came in third, his first podium since last year’s Dutch Grand Prix at TT. Circuit Essen – Also known as “Cathedral of Speed”.
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Quartararo was competing for second place with Aprilia’s Alex Espargaro When approached on a dangerous overtaking move on the Lap Five, Yamaha fell in the morning but managed to rejoin the race behind the field.
Espargaro also fell in the collision – which regained control but was forced off the tracks – he was 15th until he recovered when the top two riders lost ground in the championship standings.
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Yamaha’s race got worse as Franco Morbidelli also lost control of the same turn before Quartararo crashed a second time when he lost grip on his rear tire and threw it on a tarmac on the handlebars at a high side.
This Frenchman He was apparently in pain but was able to stand up and walk when the Espargaro slowly selected the riders to go up the stands, even though the rain threatened to escalate the chaos towards the end of the race.
The podium was too much for Finnish Aspargaro to ask but he finished fourth after a sensational final lap during which he surpassed Red Bull KTM’s Brad Binder and Ducati’s Jack Miller in the final chicken.