Raul Fernandez – 0 points
Fabio DiGiannantonio – 0 points
Stefan Bradl – 0 points
Quartararo, honor and world title demand, an attempt was made to “come up” in those moments to fight for the position with Márquez, but the eight-time world champion scrambled like a lion when he attacked to defend tooth and nail a position he had earned , never better said, with the sweat of his brow.
And if something was clear based on everything seen, it is that Marc Márquez is still the same as always, ambitious, aggressive and a born fighter, he has it “as standard” in his DNA.
Far from sinking after his Repsol Honda left him “planted”, he began a comeback that in the first laps led him to overtake rivals two by two, until the situation, with the fastest, got complicated.
The timed session of the MotoGP category for the Portuguese Grand Prix at the Algarve International Circuit, the fifth round of the motorcycling world calendar, can be followed from DAZN, Movistar + and, minute by minute, through the La Vanguardia website .
But bad luck, or rather, the electronics, played a trick on the Repsol Honda rider, who was “stuck” at the start of the GP of the Americas and a more than creditable eighth position in the starting line-up that It would have allowed him to fight for the MotoGP podium, but for the victory, he went to last place and forced to come back without making mistakes.
The Italian Enea “The Beast” Bastiniani (Ducati Desmosedici GP21) regained the leadership of the world championship with his victory in MotoGP, but apparently at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA, for its acronym in English) what nobody can put in doubt is that the best version of Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda RC 213 V) is back in competition.
The qualifying session for the Portuguese Grand Prix in the MotoGP category, which is being held at the Algarve International Circuit, will take place at 3:10 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time).
The Autodromo Internacional del Algarve, in Portimao, will be the scene this weekend of the landing of the Motorcycle World Championship in Europe with the dispute of the Portuguese Grand Prix, the first stop in the five months that a championship will be quite unpredictable until now in its MotoGP category.
The qualifying session for the Portuguese MotoGP GP will take place at 3:10 p.m. (GMT+2); the race, for its part, will be held this Sunday, February 24 at 2:00 p.m.