MotoGP live: Bagnaia takes advantage of Quartararo's poor race to return to two points in the standings

MotoGP live: Bagnaia takes advantage of Quartararo’s poor race to return to two points in the standings

The classification of the pilots with Bagnaia that puts a lot of pressure on Quartararo

In the drivers’ standings, Fabio Quartararo sees his pursuer Francesco Bagnaia fall to just two points.

1- Quartararo – 219 points

2- Bagnaia – 217 points

3- Espargaro – 199 points

Victory of Miguel Oiveira

This Thai GP is for Miguel Oliveira. In the fight with Miller, the Portuguese was able to overtake the Australian and withstand the latter’s pressure. The podium was completed by Bagnaia who took advantage of Quartararo’s poor race to get closer to the world champion in the drivers’ classification.

24/25: Bagnaia on track to be 3rd

At the moment the two Ducati Bagnaia and Zarco hold on but the Italian remains third. The podium moves away for the French.

21/25: Zarco beats Marquez

With four laps to go, Zarco has just overtaken Marc Márquez and is now 4th. The Frenchman can still hope to overtake Bagnaia.

21/25: Zarco pressures Márquez and Bagnaia

Zarco is very close to Márquez and Bagnaia has so far failed to put them in trouble in the corners. The battle for 3rd place continues.

25/19: battle between Bagnaia and Márquez

Third place is played by Bagnaia and Marc Márquez. Watch out for Zarco who continues to set good times in the race laps.

17/25: Zarco fastest lap

Sign of a great race for the Frenchman, Zarco has just completed the fastest lap.

15/25: Zarco scratches a new position

After a difficult start, Zarco is making a good comeback and closing in on Marc Márquez. The Frenchman is currently 5th.

15/25: Great fight between Miller and Oliveira

Great fight between Miller and Oliveira. In the curve, the latter managed to recover 1st place from the Australian. In a new bend, Oliveira resists an attack from Miller.

13/25: Fall of Bezzecchi in the classification

Although he had started the race very well, Bezzecchi, since he was forced to give up his place as leader, continues to fall in the standings. He is 10th.

11/25: Espargaró is not well positioned in the standings

Also in the fight for the drivers’ classification, Espargaró is 23 points behind Quartararo. Spanish is 14th. He was penalized earlier in the race for forcing his pace a bit.

10/25: Miller retains 1st place

The first position is played for the moment between Miller and Oliveira. The Australian resists his opponent well. Quartararo is currently last in the race (19)

8/25: A potentially catastrophic performance for Quartararo

If the standings stayed there, Bagnaia would be just two points behind Quartararo in the drivers’ standings.

6/25: Bagnaia overtaken by Oliveira

Bagnaia is no longer on the podium at the moment. He was overtaken by Oliveira. The Italian is followed by Marc Márquez. Quartararo is still seventeenth.

5/25: The fall of Marini

While in the top 4 Marini crashed which spelled the end of the race for him.

4/25: Quartararo fails to come back

This exit has all of disaster for Quartararo. Still 17th in the standings, the world champion even sees his main competitor Bagnaia take 3rd position. This one is very close to Bezzecchi and Miller.

3/25: Bezzecchi must give up first place

Bezzecchi is forced to give up a place due to a foul. So far he was first, closely followed by Bagnaia, but Miller overtook the Italian and it is he who should take the lead in the next few seconds.

1/25: Failed start of Quartararo and Zarco

We are going for the start of the Thai GP which will last 25 laps. Zarco and Quartararo failed at the start. The world champion is 17th, while the Frenchman is 9th.

Let’s go for the warm-up lap

The drivers have already left for the warm-up lap. The start of this GP is fast approaching.

Departure still delayed due to illness

Due to illness, the start of the race is further delayed.

Drivers on the circuit

For 10 minutes, the drivers will be able to test the circuit before the start of the race scheduled for 10:55 am. The opportunity also to see if the pilots will be able to drive without incident.

Set departure time

While MotoGp was supposed to start at 10 in the morning, the organizers announced the start of the race at 10:55 in the morning.

The starting grid of the race.

Waiting for more information about the start time of the race. Here is the starting grid.

“I think it’s going to degrade for a while”, Quartararo’s concern

“It’s extreme. In the rain I had a good feeling at Motegui (Japanese GP). It’s raining for everyone. We haven’t had any information yet. can do something good, “he declared to the microphone of Canal +

Race start delayed!

Due to the rain the start of the race of this MotoGP is delayed. For now, there is still no indication about the departure time.

Moto2: the Thai GP definitively interrupted by rain

Rain caused the final stoppage of Sunday’s Moto2 Thai Grand Prix, won by Italian Tony Arbolino, who completed just eight of the 24 laps initially planned. Before the start of the race, with a delay of 13 minutes, the race direction had decided to reduce the distance by a third, from 24 to 16 laps.

But the slippery track, which caused several falls, including that of the Thai poleman Somkiat Chantra, led him to wave the red flag, synonymous with returning to the pits for the drivers. Hoping to resume the race in a tight five-lap format, the organization finally gave up, in the face of rain that redoubled its intensity.

with AFP

Drivers classification: Quartararo goes ahead

World champion Fabio Quartararo continues to lead the drivers’ standings with 219 points. But the dolphin Francesco Bagnaia is not far behind with 201 points.

The classification:

1st: fabio quartararo (Yamaha) – 219 points
2nd: Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) – 201 points
3rd: Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) – 194 points
4th: Enea Bastianini (Ducati) – 170 points
5th: Jack Miller (Ducati) – 159 points

Bezzecchi on pole position, Quartararo behind Bagnaia

For this Thai Grand Prix, Marco Bezzecchi will start from pole position. Francesco Bagniaia arrived in 3rd position and thus overtook Fabio Quartararo, who is just behind. Johann Zarco finds him in 5th position.

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Welcome everyone for this live commentary!

Hello everyone and welcome to this MotoGP Thailand Grand Prix live commentary. The race will start at 10 am at the Chang International Circuit.

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