MotoGP German GP Final: Fabio Quartararo’s third win of the season[F1-Gate .com]


The final race of the 2022 MotoGP Round 10 German Grand Prix was held at Saxonylink on June 19th, with Fabio Quartararo winning.

The temperature is 35 degrees and the road surface temperature is 51 degrees. Fabio Quartararo on the second grid took a hole shot in the hottest dry conditions of the weekend, and after taking a consistent lap, following the previous race of the Catalunya GP, he won the third consecutive race and won Yamaha since 2009. It was the first victory in 13 years.

Ducati is Saxony Link’s first double podium
Johann Zarco on the 3rd grid is in 2nd place, 4.939 seconds behind. Jack Miller on the 6th grid took a long lap penalty on the 5th lap and was 4th to 7th when he took the podium for the fourth time in two consecutive races and brought Ducati a podium for the first time in six years since 2016. However, he was in 3rd place with a difference of 8.372 seconds. Ducati won the double podium for the first time in the area by winning the podium for the first time in three races.

Luca Marini on the 7th grid was 5th, 11.679 seconds behind, after advancing to 6th for two consecutive races. Jorge Martin on the 8th grid, who advanced to 1st place in the warm-up run if he won the highest tie in the premier class, was 6th place with a difference of 13.164 seconds.

Fabio Di Giannan on the 5th grid is 8th, the highest of his own. Enea Bastianini on the 17th grid is 10th when she reaches the top of the rookie for the first time. Marco Bezecchi on the 11th grid is 11th.

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Aprilia gets the best result
Aleix Espargaro on the 4th grid is in 4th place, 9.113 seconds behind. If Aprilia advanced to the highest position here, Maverick Viñales on the 9th grid avoided a fall on lap 18 while running in 4th, but immediately after that he stalled and returned to the pit box to retire.

4 KTMs advance to the point range
Brad Binder on the 15th grid is in 7th place, 15.405 seconds behind. Miguel Oliveira on the 14th grid is in 9th place, 19.750 seconds behind. Raoul Fernandez on the 22nd grid is 12th, the highest of his own. Remy Gardner on the 21st grid is in 15th place, which is within the points range for the fourth time this season. It is the second time in two consecutive races that four KTMs have advanced within the points range.

Franco Morbidelli on the 20th grid is 13th. Andrea Dovizioso on the 19th grid is 14th. Darling Binder on the 23rd grid fell for the eighth time this season at the 13th corner on the fifth lap.

Honda misses points for the first time at Saxony Link
Takaaki Nakagami on the 10th grid fell 3rd on the weekend and 6th this season at the 8th corner on the 7th lap while running 10th. Alex Marquez on the 16th grid returned to the pit box on lap 7 and retired. Pol Espargaro on the 13th grid, who had injured his left rib in a series of free practice 1 falls, decided to retire on lap 23. Stefan Bradl on the 18th grid, who replaced Marc Marquez, finished 16th, although he completed the race required for future development.

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This is the first time Honda has failed to reach the podium here since 2008. This is the first time that points have not been earned since 1998 when the area returned to the schedule.

Francesco Bagnaia falls in agony
Francesco Bagnaia in pole position fell for the eighth time this season at the first corner on the fourth lap while running second. Joan Mir on the 12th grid suffered a third fall retirement in two consecutive races, and was retired for the fourth time after suffering an eighth fall this season at the first corner of the fourth lap while running 13th.

Point leader Fabio Quartararo adds 25 points. Overall 2nd place Aleix Espargaro earned 13 points, but expanded from 22 points to 34 points. Overall 4th place Johann Zarco has risen to 3rd place, 61 points behind.

TT Assen
The next round of TT Assen before the summer break will be held at TT Circuit Assen next weekend. The final race will be held on June 26th.

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