LIVE - MotoGP, Malaysian Grand Prix: Bagnaia wins, Quartararo 3rd, title to be decided in Valencia

LIVE – MotoGP, Malaysian Grand Prix: Bagnaia wins, Quartararo 3rd, title to be decided in Valencia

Quartararo: “I couldn’t do better”

Fabio Quartararo at the Canal+ microphone: “I gave my best. I couldn’t have done better. I’m proud of myself. I practically did my best race, I had a good feeling in the first few laps. The title will not be awarded here and will be played in Valencia” .

20/20: Bagnaia wins, Quartararo 3rd, the title will be played in Valencia!

Italian Francesco Bagnaia wins the Malaysian GP ahead of his compatriot Enea Bastianini. With Fabio Quartararo in 3rd place, the title is not yet decided. Bagnaia is 23 points ahead of the Frenchman. Everything will be decided in 15 days at the Valencia GP.

18/20: It will be tough for Quartararo

The Frenchman remains 1”9 behind Bagnaia and it will be difficult for him to join the battle for victory with the two Italian riders.

15/20: Quartararo comes back strong

The Niçois return to the leading duo Bagnaia-Bastianini! Great suspense for the last laps.

13/20: Zarco far from the podium

The Frenchman occupies the 10th place and will not play the first positions this Sunday.

11/20: Bastianini in the lead, it suits Quartararo

Bagnaia lost control and fell to second place. With Quartararo third, there is now an 18-point difference between the two title contenders. A title that, if the positions do not change, will be played in 15 days in Valencia.

10/20: Bastianini threatens Bagnaia

Great fight between the two Italians who lead the race. At the moment, the leader of the world championship, maintains his first place but will he hold it?

7/20: Fall of leader Jorge Martín, Bagnaia in charge!

A turn with the great fall of Jorge Martín (Ducati-Pramac), poleman and leader of the race. It is the Italian Bagnaia who takes the lead in the race. But with Quartararo’s 3rd place finish, the Ducati rider is not virtually world champion.

6/20: Aleix Espargaró in the hard

The Spaniard’s title chances are fading as he sits in a disappointing 15th place, far behind his rivals Bagnaia (2nd) and Quartararo (4th).

5/20: great fight Quartararo-Marc Márquez

Faster than Marc Márquez, the Frenchman managed to take 4th place in the race.

1/20: come on, great start for Bagnaia

Martin keeps the controls but Bagnaia is already second. Good start also for Quartararo who is 5th! The fight can begin!

Quartararo victim of a broken finger

Fabio Quartararo was only 12th in qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix on Saturday. The Frenchman fell earlier in the fourth free practice session, injuring his left hand. Despite a broken middle finger, the Yahama driver will be able to defend his chances in this Sunday’s race.

Bagnaia is crowned world champion if…

Will this Sunday be the day of glory for Francesco Bagnaia? At 25 years old, the Italian Ducati rider can win his first MotoGP world title at the Malaysian Grand Prix (starting at 9am).

Bagnaia is crowned world champion in Sepang si….

– Win and Quartararo finishes in the best case in 4th place

– Finishes 2nd and Quartararo does not do better than 7th and Aleix Espargaró does not win

– Finishes 3rd and Quartararo does not do better than 11th and Aleix Espargaró does not finish on the podium

– He finishes 4th and Quartararo does not do better than 14th and Aleix Espargaró does not finish on the podium

– He finishes 5th and Quartararo does not do better than 16th and Aleix Espargaró does not finish on the podium

Good morning to all !

Ninth on the starting grid this Sunday during the Malaysian Grand Prix, the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) can win his first MotoGP world title at the age of 25. But everything will also depend on the performance of his rivals, starting with Frenchman Fabio Quartararo. Follow the race live with commentary from 9 am

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