Marquez-Espargaro, starting row 4, Moto GP, field 6, Somkiat, holding Grid 18, win Top Ten Moto II
Eight-time Spanish World Champion Marc Marquez from Repsol Honda struggles with injury, and team mate Poul Espargaro takes the starting grid in the fourth row of Moto’s battle. GP Stadium 6 Italian Grand Prix as “Kong” Somkiat Chantra, the one and only Thai rider in motorcycles on the smooth road in the world championship from the “Honda Race to the Dream” project, grabbed the 18th grid with a chance to move. The work is in the top ten to hunt points, the Moto II series
The MotoGP 2021 World Championships, 6 courses, the Italian Grand Prix, duel at the final speed on May 30 at the Automotodrome Internacinale del Muge. Italy amidst the attention of speed fans around the world.
The qualifying round took place on the night of May 29, in which Q1 had to reach the final 5 minutes, highlighted by the competition of the champion Mark Marquez. The 8-time world from Repsol, Honda who pressed time to grab 1st place until it was able to break into round Q2 successfully.
However, due to his lack of physical condition, Marquez decided to time the second round of Q2 only the last five minutes before winning the 11th Grid with a 1 minute 46.125 seconds per lap. Ro left Grid 12 with a cycle time of 1 minute and 46.393 seconds.
Takaaki Nakagami, the top Japanese rider from LCR Honda, took the grid number 15 with a time of 1 minute and 46.195 seconds, while Spanish team mate Alex Marquez had a serious problem. He left the bottom of the row on Grid 22 in 1 minute and 47.216 seconds.
While the only Thai biker in the motorcycle battle, the Moto II World Championship, “Kong” Somkiat Chandra, who was twisted under Idemitsu Honda, the Asian Team No. 35, also produced a great performance. At the second place in the Q1 round before going through to grab the starting grid number 18, there is a chance to move to the top ten again on this field. Even just competing for the first time at Mugello
The Italian Grand Prix will compete in the finals on May 30, live broadcast on the channel PPTVHD36, starting with the Moto II version at 17.20, followed by the Moto GP version at 19.00 time. Thailand Speed fans can follow the news of Honda riders on Facebook, Race to the Dream fan page: fb.com/aphondaracingth.