The first since 1982 a Suzuki racer managed to finish 1-2 in the Moto GP


From the results of the 2020 European MotoGP, Joan Mir became the winner. Suzuki also finished 1-2 through Alex Rins' second finish. Pol Espargaro got off to a good start and immediately took the lead at the start of the race at the Circuit of the Ricardo Tormo Valencia. Meanwhile, Takaaki Nakagami and Joan Mir immediately seemed to be competing fiercely.

At the end of the first round of the 2020 European MotoGP, Pol Espargaro, Alex Rins and Joan Mir led the race. And apparently someone had fallen. Aleix Espargaro and Fabio Quartararo appear to be on gravel. The two of them fell together even though they did not appear to be touching. Quartararo was able to return to the track but was thrown into the back position.

Meanwhile Alex Rins has overtaken Pol Epspargaro to lead the 2020 European MotoGP race. After that Joan Mir maneuvered. Suzuki 1-2 so far. Still in the early laps of the 2020 European MotoGP, Valentino Rossi's motorbike seems to be having problems. He stopped on the track and then left the 2020 European MotoGP race. Meanwhile, Pecco Bagnaia, Lorenzo Savadori and Cal Crutchlow were also seen crashing. Savadori can still continue.

With 11 laps remaining, Joan Mir maneuvered to bloat Alex Rins. Now Mir is also successfully leading the 2020 European MotoGP race. Pol Espargaro is still in third position. Joan Mir himself is still at the top of the standings. With five laps remaining, Joan Mir still leads the way over his Suzuki teammate Alex Rins. Both are only about 0.9 seconds adrift. Fierce!

Meanwhile Alex Marquez's motorbike seems to have ended in gravel at Turn 1! He slipped while trailing Andrea Dovizioso, who just moments before that overtook him. Joan Mir in the end managed to maintain the lead up front. He won his first victory in the MotoGP premier class and maintained his top position in the MotoGP standings!


Motor Rossi Strike

Valentino Rossi's comeback after recovering from the Corona virus ended badly. The motorbike was already experiencing problems when the 2020 European MotoGP had only been running for a few laps. The 2020 European MotoGP at the Ricardo Tormo circuit is Valentino Rossi's first race on his return from COVID-19. As a result of being infected with the Corona virus before this, the Doctor has been forced to miss two MotoGP 2020 races, namely MotoGP Aragon and MotoGP Teruel respectively.

After only being able to occupy the 18th starting position due to the results of the 2020 European MotoGP qualification, Valentino Rossi also failed to show maximum effort in racing. It's nothing, the motorbike is already in trouble. Just a few laps of the 2020 European MotoGP have been running, Valentino Rossi has been seen stopping on the track. The YZR-M1 he was riding appeared to be having technical problems. This made the veteran rider to be the nine-time grand prix world champion must finish the race faster. That is the result of Valentino Rossi's DNF (not finishing) this season.

The results at the 2020 European MotoGP at the same time made Valentino Rossi fixed in 15th place in the 2020 MotoGP standings, with 58 points. At this rate, Rossi is on track to record his worst grand prix finish since he started his race in the 125cc class in 1996 - he finished ninth place in 1996 with 111 points.


The chances of Fabio Quartararo winning the world are running low

Petronas Yamaha rider, Fabio Quartararo, bowed sluggishly when the European MotoGP ended. He made a mistake that resulted in his chances of becoming world champion. The rival's good result was even more suffocating for Quartararo. In an attempt to catch the points, the French rider crashed just after the start.

Quartararo's motorcycle tire lost its grip, falling along with Aleix Espargaro even though there was no contact between the two. Quartarao can indeed continue the race and even finish. His 14th place earned him 2 points. The distance between Quartararo and Joan Mir in the MotoGP standings is now wide. Quartararo has 125 points, the same as Alex Rins, 37 points away from Joan Mir.

MotoGP 2020 now leaves two more series. MotoGP Valencia and MotoGP Portugal to be staged. Even though it is running low, Quartararo still has a chance to become world champion. With the maximum 50 points that can be achieved in the remainder of the season, on paper Quartararo can overtake Mir's score.