2018 MotoGP – Round 19 – Valencia
Andrea Dovizioso (Team Ducati) claimed the final win of MotoGP from 2018 in the Main Motul de la Comun Valencia Premiere, without finishing Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) and a stunning result for Pol Espargaro (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) 39; r Spanish is the first and first class PUM for KTM in MotoGP.
Andrea Dovizioso – P1
"It was a spectacular victory today! I've managed to win in Valencia, which for me and Ducati has always been a difficult track. The first race was very difficult, as Rinsin started strongly OK. However, I waited for a crew, and I was recycling it, but Rossi was also getting better and it was very fast so I had to control the situation while the rain rises after a lamb In the second race, we made all the difference because we could use a new tire that we had not used in the morning content as well as making a small change to the settlement. I'm very pleased From the way we work with each other with the team and have been able to give them this prize, which really helps to sail everyone up. A great way to finish the season! "
The dramatic race was designated to resume in heavy rainfall at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, and saw a large number of knights falling due to the difficult conditions – without the champion of Marc Marquez Champion (Repsol Honda Team) Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Deverie Maverick Vineyards to Valentino Rossi. But the show had to go ahead – in spite of it – and continue.
MotoGP Race Report
Initially, Rinsin had destroyed the field to win a huge leader after just a few corners, and the rain was falling but not heavy.
The conditions were still difficult, however, and very few large names – including some wet experts – themselves slip.
They included a high heap that marched Marquez into the gravel of the podium cross, and grew very rapidly to Viñales after a good initial acquisition.
Pol Espargaro celebrated out of B4 in Turn 3 after a stunning start, but incredibly he succeeded in rejoining.
Brother Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini), Jack Miller (Alma Pramac Racing), a member of the Danilo Petrucci team (Alma Pramac Racing) and Andrea Iannone (Suzuki Ecstar Team) also all disappear and can not back in it, but Rossi? At that stage, it was getting faster as the rain was getting worse.
Ultimately, however, the rainfall began to beat the circuit capability to drain and the Red Flag came out. Resume and race ultimately at 14 troops, and the grid would be determined by the stalls as the last finished game – means it's Rins on a pole, Dovizioso second, Rossi third and Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) runs fourth in his last race. 14 foot and end of life for many …
The front row had the station as the lights went to Race 2 & # 39; and the 16 knights discuss the open exchanges safely, with Rinsin leading.
However, Dovizioso was once again able to get the power down on his GP18 to eventually break the Rinsin to lap 2 – with Rossi going close. The three leaders bulged 4th seconds in Espargaro quickly by 2.9 seconds, and Pedrosa was hidden behind the KTM in P5.
By that time, the rain began to fall again and the conditions were still extremely difficult. However, all of the leading trips stretched in the low 1: 43s – two seconds faster than anyone else, as he was soon three horses for the 2018 final win.
On Lap 6, Dovizioso drew the pin to create a second second gap back to Rins – 1: 49.921 creating that gap, with 1.5 seconds then sharing the trio.
He followed the fastest game soon for Dovi, as Rossi moved to Rinsio in Turn 4 – 1.5 down on DesmoDovi.
However, with six to go, the gap up to 2.4 and a knee later, the Dingati leader was over three seconds.
But then, the play came again and The Doctor & # 39; down at Turn 12 – rider right, but raises Esparpar and KTM to a podium van.
As the last lap started, Mantais Dovizioso was runner-up for Rins as they both went safely to the finish line – Italy won first since Misano and Rins captured a fifth Modem a year to claim P5 in the Championship.
Then he followed emotional scenes as Espargaro kept Michele Pirro (Ducati Team) in place to take a MotoGP photon and a KTM girl – an incredible knight and factory alike after I & # 39 ; The 44 accident markers earlier, back and owed to both Hondas Repsol. After a difficult season for the Austrian mark with injury battles, an incredible dose of oxygen was made, so Espargaro said.
Behind him and Pirro came the new Legend MotoGP: Pedrosa. The Little Samurai & # 39; P5's home at Grand Prix's farewell farewell to homeland as he helps Repsol Honda to protect the triple crown.
Behind the three-time Champion was co-driver Honda Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda Idemitsu), and the Japanese rookie took the best P6 home to career as the main rider of an Independent Team in the race, with Johann Zarco (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) takes 2018 overall An Independent Team rider honors after crossing the line in P7. That result will be very much for the victims of the Cal Crutchlow who were injured who saw that honor away from him while at the bottom when he joined Phillip Island.
Zarco was caught off by Bradley Smith (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), who captured his best KTM result on his team trip.
Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda Castrol), the new driver for Cal Crutchlow, crossed the line in P9, with Hafizh Syahrin (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) summed up the top ten – a good trip, but not enough to beat Morbidelli i & # 39; Rookie of the Year &
On his final appearance Grand Prix, Scott Redding (Aprili Racing Team Gresini) claimed that P11 was in the best season, with Jorge Lorenzo (Ducati Team) bringing his Ducati career to a close P12 after returning from injury.
Rossi ends on a trip to Y13 and P3 in the Championship and is the nine-time World Champion, with Karel Abraham (Angel Nieto Team) and Jordi Torres (Reale Avintia Racing) claiming final score scoring jobs .
Demolish Alvaro Bautista (Angel Nieto Team) out of the Grand Prix race with seven to go.
Valencia MotoGP Results
|Ricardo Tormo Circuit, 27 yards, 108.1 km (1 lane: 4.005 km)|
|1.||Dovizioso A.||Ducati Team||Ennill|
|2.||Rinsins A.||Suzuki Ecstar Team||+2.750|
|3.||Espargaro P.||Red Bull KTM Factory Racing||+7.406|
|6.||Nakagami T.||LCR Honda||+32.288|
|7.||Zarco J.||Tech Monster 3||+32.806|
|8.||Smith B.||Red Bull KTM Factory Racing||+33.111|
|9.||Bradl S.||LCR Honda||+36.376|
|10.||Syahrin H.||Tech Monster 3||+37.198|
|11.||Redding S.||Aprilia Gresini Racing Team||+44.326|
|12.||Lorenzo J.||Ducati Team||+46.146|
|13.||Rossi V.||Movistar Yamaha||+52.809|
|14.||Abraham K.||Nieto Angel Team||+1: 10.628|
|15.||Torres J.||Really Aviation Racing||+1: 16.739|
|DNF||Baptist A.||Nieto Angel Team||Accidents|
|DNF||Vinales M.||Movistar Yamaha||Accidents|
|DNF||Morbidelli F.||VDS Mark Racing Team||Accidents|
|DNF||Iannone A.||Suzuki Ecstar Team||Accidents|
|DNF||Marquez M.||Repsol Honda||Accidents|
|DNF||Petrucci D.||Ras Pramic Alma Race||Accidents|
|DNF||Luthi T.||VDS Mark Racing Team||Accidents|
|DNF||Espargaro A.||Aprilia Gresini Racing Team||Accidents|
|Stabilization of the 2018 MotoGP Championship|
MotoGP Team Points
The falls for Vinales and Rossi cost Movistar Yamaha sincerely in the MotoGP Team Standings and their mistakes were enough for Team Ducati to push their second place at Stand Stand at one point.
Repsol Honda, however, who once again led to the MotoGP Standings Team for the season, was a clear 46-point from Ducati.
|Establish the 2018 MotoGP Team|
|1.||Repsol Honda Team||438|
|3.||Movistar Yamaha MotoGP||391|
|5.||Ras Pramic Alma Race||235|
|Monster Yamaha Tech 3||204|
|8.||Nieto Angel Team||104|
|9.||Red Bull KTM Factory Racing||89|
|10.||Aprilia Gresini Racing Team||64|
|11.||Estrella Galicia 0.0||50|
|12.||Really Aviation Racing||37|
Honda also won the Ducati Builders' Champion that can be returned to the back of MotoGP Triple Crowns, cyclists championship, team championship and coroners.
|2018 MotoGP Builders Championship Situation|
With that, the curtain comes down after another end to the 2018 MotoGP Championship – and another magnificent season ends. However, waiting time before 2019 does not start, however, as machines pull up for tests – and 2019 – on Tuesday.
In his 50-race Moto2 race, Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Ajo) produced unwillingly to take his third season win in the 2018 final in the Motul de la Comun Valencia Grand Prix. The Portuguese driver won an impressive 13 seconds edge over the finals for the Iker Lecuona (Swiss Innovative Investors) podium, as Alex Marquez (EG 0.0 Marc VDS) and podiwm – despite the fact that Was the lead going to an end?
"Alex made a mistake and I was able to cruise until the last lap. It was definitely hard to keep a focus. I was trying to control the speed and the advantage. we've finished the season high. Definitely, there's a great deal for the category and the men on the team deserve this title because they work during race weekends, tests and at the factory. I'm proud over the past three last terms and I'd like to thank them all. Moving on to KTM and MotoGP I'm feeling ready, I need time and then let's see what's happening. "
Moto2 Race Report
Immediately away in the final race of the season, drama. Before the race started, Fabio Quartararo (HDR Heidrun – Speed Up) had a problem on the grid that it was starting from the back. Then, just after the lights were over, Luca Marini (Sky Racing Team VR46) washed off under cutting 2; Italy strikes the team-team Francesco Bagnaia – the last one remaining free but running extensively – back and forth, it happened the same as Joan Mir (EG 0.0 Marc VDS). The Spaniard went down, with Mir himself collecting Lorenzo Baldassarri (Pons HP40) as the couple followed Marini to the grit and out of race.
After a busy opening of laps, we left with Oliveira ahead and the top four included the Portuguese driver, Marquez, Xavi Vierge (Dynavolt Intact GP) and Lecuona in their own class – the only riders spreads in the 1: 48s. It was very soon that Marquez took the beam to the forehead, and then the Spaniard lifted the speed, giving the fastest stations fastest in the 1: 47 to give his 1.5-second solver for Oliveira with 10 yard gone.
Lap 12 tick and it was a quickest game for Marquez, 1: 47.342, stretching the gap to Oliveira for almost two seconds, with Vierge another two seconds behind the KTM driver at this stage. That was until the Spanish spill lost in Tro 8 when the pressure was from Lecuona, even up to B3, but Lecuona was very soon Turning 14 and reached eight seconds off .
At the forefront, Oliveira and Marquez swapped the fastest plots in the middle of the period, the gap ranging from 1.5 to 2.0 seconds. But then on Lap 15, Marquez died suddenly. The corner was just 14, but that was the advantage of the leaders – the Spanish was able to re-return and rejoin the race in P3, still for a podium and only before Mattia Pasini (Italtrans Racing Team). However, Oliveira left control of race, with an 8.5 second gap between him and the second place.
From the front, the Moto2 2018 rehearsal was cooled to go to a third season win, taking the yellow flag over 13 seconds back to Lecuona but The Spanish wins an excellent native Grand Prix pumum. After the crash, Marquez was also able to save the podium, with Pasini taking a praising p4 on what could prove his final Grand Prix race.
Pumed Place went to Remy Gardner Tech 3 Racing, the best result of Australia's career after he had improved the Quartararo recovery, which took an incredible P6.
Starting from the front row, Marcel Schrötter (Dynavolt Intact GP) crossed the line at P7, while it was ten home races for Augusto Fernandez (Pons HP40) in P8 . Andrea Locatelli (Italtrans Racing Team) and Simone Corsi (Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2) and top ten fined in the final race of Moto2 per season. Meanwhile, Bagnaia Champion 2018 excavated his way to B14 on his final Moto2 tour after being caught in the play at Turn 2 early.
Khairul Idham Pawi (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia), Xavi Cardelus (Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2), the new marker Tommaso Marcon (HDR Heidrun – Speed Up), Sam Lowes (Swiss Innovative Investors), Joe Roberts (GP GP Racing NTS) , Red Bull KTM, Garbage Garbage Binder, Jorge Navarro (Federal Oil Gresini Moto2) and Niki Tuuli (Petronas Sprinta Racing) charging are also losing out – riding properly.
The Honda-powerful dramatic Moto2 final race comes to an end with Oliveira finishing his intermediate middle class career, and also securing Red Bull KTM Ajo is the 2018 Moto2 Team Champions.
Oliveira Bagnaia arrived close – nine final points – as both now move to MotoGP. So who will be the ones to watch at the start of the new Triumph powered new phase in 2019?
|Ricardo Tormo Circuit, 25 yards, 100.1 km (1 lane: 4.005 km)|
|1.||Oliveira M.||Red Bull KTM Garlic||45: 07.639|
|3.||Marquez A.||Estrella Galicia Marc VDS||+22.175|
|4.||Pasini M.||Italtrans Racing Team||+28.892|
|5.||Gardner R.||Tech 3 Racing||+30.106|
|6.||F. Quartararo||HDR Heidrun-Speed Up||+32.126|
|7.||Schrotter M.||Dynavolt GP||+33.086|
|8.||Fernandez A.||HP40 Pons||+33.950|
|9.||Locatelli A.||Italtrans Racing Team||+35.707|
|10.||Corsi S.||Racing Tasca Scuderia Moto2||+37.019|
|11.||Aegerter D.||Kiefer Racing||+43.844|
|12.||Nagashima T.||Idemitsu Honda Team Asia||+45.871|
|13.||Odendaal S.||GP RTS NTS||+49.113|
|14.||Bagnaia F.||Sky Racing Team VR46||+53.288|
|15.||Raffin J.||SAG Team||+1: 08.712|
|16.||Vinales I.||Racing Forward Team||+1: 25.666|
|17.||Cardelus X.||Marinelli Spotlight Team||+1: 32.166|
|18.||Danilo J.||SAG Team||+1: 47.502|
|19.||Fuligni F.||Racing Tasca Scuderia Moto2||+1 l.|
|20.||Tulovic L.||Racing Forward Team||+1 l.|
|DNF||Tuuli N.||SIC Racing Team||Retired|
|DNF||Vierge X.||Dynavolt GP||Retired|
|DNF||Roberts J.||GP RTS NTS||Accidents|
|DNF||Navarro J.||Federal Gresini Oil||Accidents|
|DNF||Marcon T.||HDR Heidrun-Speed Up||Accidents|
|DNF||Binder B||Red Bull KTM Garlic||Accidents|
|DNF||Pawi K. I.||Idemitsu Honda Team Asia||Accidents|
|DNF||Marini L.||Sky Racing Team VR46||Accidents|
|DNF||Baldassarri L.||HP40 Pons||Accidents|
|DNF||Mir J.||Estrella Galicia Marc VDS||Accidents|
|Moto2 Championship Stands|
|10||Fabio QUARTARARO||Speed up||FRA||138|
|19||GARDNER Remy||Tech 3||AUS||40|
|25||Danny KENT||Speed up||GBR||8|
|29||Bo BENDSNEYDER||Tech 3||NED||2|
|30||Khairul Idham PAWI||Kalex||MAL||1|
|31||Edgar PONS||Speed up||SPA||1|
It did not seem like a day of history to be done when the Circuit Ricardo Tormo began to wake up on a rainy Sunday. It seemed like a day to suffer, to be careful; to take the points and not the risk.
It seemed a more likely day to be defined by regeneration rather than heroists, but Can Öncü (Red Bull KTM Ajo) assured that it was becoming much more than that. As he won his first prize as a wild card, in his first appearance, at 15 years old and 115 days old, the Turkish biker is the youngest Grand Prix winner, the first to win his first race since Noboru Ueda in the race 125 in Japan in 1991, and winner of the first Asian Talent Cup Grand Prix.
If that was not enough, she did somewhat seriously – crossing the four-second line clear of being champion of Jorge Martin Champion (Del Conca Gresini Moto3) in the second and two other front John McPhee (CIP – Green Power).
All Öncü (Red Bull KTM Garlic)
"I did not take a lot of risk. I had a normal riding. A real feeling to write a new story is the youngest driver ever [to win] and to finish on the podium is that I'm twice happy! In the Rookies, I learned how to fight and run the KTM, as well as control the races and not to fall. To be here was my dream and some incredible riders are extremely fast. I'm ready to see how we will next year. "
Moto Race Report3
Here's Tony Arbolino (the Marinelli Spider Team) who took the pain pits, although Marco Bezzecchi (Redox PruestelGP) looks intimidating in the second as McPhee had lost space and broke into third. The Turc soon began to threaten Bezzecchi as Arbolino started an early gap in the wet conditions, but the number 12 started to take off again to start – until the drama was hit. Suddenly slipping early, the previous competitor fell and disagreed, with Arbolino left two seconds clear of Öncü.
Then, McPhee was third, leading Fabio Di Giannantonio (Del Conca Gresini Moto3) and Martin team as both Gresini drivers were doing the best, but the duo was soon in the Scot, though that the trio is staying close. Then there was more play on the front and all the eyes moved back to the front as Arbolino was suddenly backward – had been over six seconds clear. Who did that leave in the lead? They debutant, a wild card and an innovative Öncü at the moment, by nursing leading her own – and then starting to increase it.
Soon, Martin had passed Diggia and McPhee following his suit, but Turkey was still losing and behind the foreheads the gaps became even more. Nerveous faces are down at Red Bull KTM. Ajo saw the drops down towards history being done and records were cut, but Öncü kept firmly and quietly waited – until they were wearing final game …
That saw the Red Bull MotoGP Rugby Champion who reigns straight back, with a time in his pocket to play safely. Crew around the Ricardo Tormo Circuit for the last time, the four-second line crossing was clear for his first Grand Prix prize, taking his place in history.
Martin took second in his lightweight class race only as Relevant Champion, and then McPhee was third after another spectacular performance in the wet from Scotland. Diggia & # 39; to the end of the year and a Moto3 career just off the podium but was generally re-taken by Bezzecchi, with Enea Bastianini (Racing Leopard) just behind the fifth.
Jaume Masia (Bester Capital Dubia) joined the title of Rookie of the Year by taking sixth after his crown competitor – Dennis Foggia (Sky Racing Team VR46) – does not finish, with youth experience & # 39, like Niccolo Antonelli (SIC58 Squadra Corse) take P7.
Nakarin Atiratphuvapat (Honda Team Asia), who leaves the paddock for new pastures next season, has taken his best finish ever after the eighth after a magical and beautiful weekend, with Marcos Ramirez (Bester Capital Dubai) and Chelestino Vietti (Sky Racing Team VR46) completing the top ten.
Tatsuki Suzuki (Cornish Squadra SIC58), Aron Canet (Estrella Galicia 0.0), had lost Lorenzo Dalla Porta (Leopard Racing) in some early play, and Darryn Binder (Red Bull KTM Ajo) another early bankrupt. Bezzecchi finished his lightweight class career with two crashes in difficult conditions, and the Jakub Kornfeil team was almost down but he was able to re-join, taking the final point on motion in P15.
A new era now starts for a lot on the classical grid, a season-final season maker.
Martins and Bezzecchis the Championship move on to Moto2 and the warriors and newcomers become experienced runners, but the race leaves the most with a distant noise The first theme of the Öncü Jaws theme: Turkey is becoming a full-time knight next season – and he's already a Grand Prix winner and breaks a record …
|Circuit Ricardo Tormo, 23 laps, 92.1 km (1 lap: 4.005 km)|
|1.||Oncu C.||Red Bull KTM Garlic||43: 06.370|
|2.||Martin J.||Del Conca Gresini Racing||+4.071|
|3.||Mcphee J.||CIP Green Power||+6.130|
|4.||Di Giannantonio F.||Del Conca Gresini Racing||+12.897|
|5.||Bastianini E.||Leopard Racing||+14.735|
|6.||Masia J.||Bester Capital Dubai||+21.984|
|7.||Antonelli N.||SIC58 Squadra Corse||+26.641|
|8.||Atiratphuvapat N.||Idemitsu Honda Team Asia||+30.758|
|9.||Ramirez M.||Bester Capital Dubai||+33.411|
|10.||Vietti C.||Sky Racing Team VR46||+39.008|
|11.||Sasaki A.||Petronas Sprinta Racing||+42.332|
|12.||Nepa S.||CIP Green Power||+48.931|
|13.||Fernandez R.||MRW Mahindra Aspar Team||+54.434|
|14.||Migno A.||Angel Nieto Team Moto3||+54.585|
|16.||Masaki K.||RBA BOE Skull Rider||+57.222|
|17.||Rodrigo G.||RBA BOE Skull Rider||+1: 00.541|
|18.||Dalla Porta L.||Leopard Racing||+1: 35.093|
|19.||Binder D.||Red Bull KTM Garlic||+1 l.|
|20.||Bezzecchi M.||PruestlGP||+1 l.|
|DNF||Perez V.||Really Avintia Academy||Accident|
|DNF||Oettl P.||Sudmetall Schedl GP Racing||Retired|
|DNF||Arbolino T.||Marinelli Snipers Team||Accident|
|DNF||Ikmal I.||Petronas Sprinta Racing||Accident|
|DNF||Arenas A.||Angel Nieto Team Moto3||Accident|
|DNF||Toba K.||Idemitsu Honda Team Asia||Accident|
|DNF||Foggia D.||Sky Racing Team VR46||Accident|
|DNF||Canet A.||Estrella Galicia 0.0||Accident|
|DNF||Lopez A.||Estrella Galicia 0.0||Accident|
|DNF||Suzuki T.||SIC58 Squadra Corse||Accident|
|Moto3 Championship Standings|
|2||Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO||Honda||ITA||218|
|5||Lorenzo DALLA PORTA||Honda||ITA||151|