Moto GP: Quartararo loses the championship lead at the Spanish Grand Prix

The essentials Starting from pole position at the Spanish Moto GP Grand Prix on Sunday, May 2nd, Frenchman Fabio Quartararo missed the end of the race and lost his first place in the overall standings. The main prize was won by the Australian Jack Miller.

Quartararo won’t make the pass of three. The French rider, winner of the last two motorcycle Grand Prix races, took 13th place in the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday May 2nd in Jerez. The Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) won and won the second race of his career.

Fabio Quartararo started from pole position. He led the race from laps 4 to 16. But the Frenchman gradually fell to 13th place. Whenever a technical problem with the Yamaha was initially suspected, Quartararo held an ice pack on his right arm after the race.

Black day for the French

Quartararo not only missed his race, but also lost his first place in the overall standings. The Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati), second in the Spanish Grand Prix, is the new leader of the world championship.

The other Frenchman Johann Zarco (Ducati-Pramac) finished eighth in the Grand Prix and is fifth in the overall standings.

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