Moto GP Thailand Closing scene Oliveira through the rain wins 4 billion money

The big version Moto GP Thailand 2022 It had to be delayed more than an hour due to the heavy rain. But Thai speed fans are tireless. This race has to be a contest in wet conditions.

The results showed that Miguel Oliveira The Portuguese rider from Red Bull KTM Factory Racing overcame his rivals from the eighth grid to claim a dominant victory with a time of 41 minutes 44.503 seconds over Jack Miller. The Australian Ducati Lenovo Team rider was in second place just 0.730 seconds behind ‘followed by Francesco Banyaya, third place, 1.968 seconds behind the Italians.

while Mark Marquez The two-time Thai Grand Prix champion finished fifth in 2.958 seconds behind world champion Fabio Quartararo in a serious crisis. Drop down to finish the race in 17th place, no points from this field. As a result, the challenge of the world championship has become more intense again. The distance from Banyaya is only 2 points.

In the Moto3 version, this is the only race that has been contested on a dry track, and the Italian rider Dennis Foggia of Leppard Racing seems to have won in one roll. Time 37 minutes 52.331 seconds, above 2nd place as Ayumu Sasaki, and the Japanese rider of Steril Garda Husqvarna Max, only 1.524 seconds, third place goes to Ricardo Rossi, the Italian rider of the SIC58 Squadra Corce, 2.804 seconds behind.

At this time, there are 3 Moto GP seasons remaining in the 2022 season at the Australian Grand Prix, the Malaysian Grand Prix and the Valencia Grand Prix in Spain.

after the end of the competition Moto GP Thailand 2022 Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister Overview of the motorcycle race The smooth road to the World Championship OR Grand Prix of Thailand has received a great response. Corresponding to the opening of the country after the Covid-19 situation began to unravel Throughout the three-day competition, there were approximately 178,463 participants and more than 800 million viewers of the tournament through live broadcasts around the world, generating total revenue in Buriram and provinces nearby as high as 4,048 million baht. The average cost is 14,429 baht per person / trip. The average cost is 23,720 baht per person / trip.


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