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  • MotoGP German GP: Francesco Bagnaia Wins After Jorge Martin Crashes from Lead in Germany

  • Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo) won German GP after Jorge Martin (Pramac Ducati) crashed out two laps to go, who led the race, at Sachsenring Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Germany on July 7, 2024.

    This marks his fourth GP victory in a row, following Catalan GP, Italian GP and Dutch GP, and seventh overall of 2024.
    Also, this result makes Jorge Martin has lost the Championship title advantage and Francesco Bagnaia brought a 10-point lead over Jorge Martin going into the summer break.
    Marc Marquez (Gresini Ducati) put in an incredible recovery from 13th to take 2nd place.
    His team-mate and brother Alex Marquez (Gresini Ducati) finished on the podium, making it a double podium for the Gresini team.
    Enea Bastianini (Ducati Lenovo) moved up from 9th on the grid to take 4th at the finish.
    Franco Morbidelli (Pramac Ducati) finished in 5th place, which is the best result of 2024 for him.
    The Sprint Race runner-up Miguel Oliveira (Trackhouse Aprilia) and his team-mate Raul Fernandez (Trackhouse Aprilia) started on the first row, but ending up 6th and 9th, respectively.
    Rookie Pedro Acosta (Red Bull GASGAS Tech3) was 7th. Marco Bezzecchi (VR46 Ducati) finished in 8th place ahead of Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM).
  • Francesco Bagnaia said, “Today I was just trying to be very, very precise with the rear tyre because I knew that the more tyre I had in the last part of the race, the better. When both Pramacs overtook me, I saw they were pushing a bit too much. So I just decided to slow down a bit. But maybe I lost a too much time behind Franky, because then Jorge had built more than a one-second lead. So I tried to push back again to recover to Jorge. I was very close, but then he crashed, unluckily. I think it could have been one of the greatest battles between us in the last lap. I was in this same situation, braking in some parts of the track was very difficult. Corner 1 and Corner 12 were very, very tricky. The front was moving a lot and was locking. But I’m so happy with my fourth win in a row on Sundays. For sure it’s the best way to go with a big smile into the summer break. I don't think so. I’m in this good mood from six or seven grand prix already. I’m feeling well and fantastic with my team. We are doing a perfect job every weekend. We won five in these last six grand prix. But I don't think that also for Jorge [anything] will change. It will be like starting from zero again [at Silverstone] because we have ten points' gap and the championship is still very, very long. It’s not time to think about a turning point of a championship. It’s too long. Because I made some mistakes. I crashed in Portimao with Marc. I crashed in Barcelona when I was leading. The worst one I think was Barcelona, when I crashed when I was leading with nine-tenths of a second on the last lap. This is why not it’s not a ten.”
  • Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland Race Results

    1. Francesco Bagnaia / Ducati Lenovo / 40m 40.063s

    2. Marc Marquez / Gresini Ducati / +3.804s

    3. Alex Marquez / Gresini Ducati / +4.334s

    4. Enea Bastianini / Ducati Lenovo / +5.317s

    5. Franco Morbidelli / Pramac Ducati / +5.557s

    6. Miguel Oliveira / Trackhouse Aprilia / +10.481s

    7. Pedro Acosta / Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 / +14.746s

    8. Marco Bezzecchi / VR46 Ducati / +14.930s

    9. Brad Binder / Red Bull KTM / +15.084s

    10. Raul Fernandez / Trackhouse Aprilia / +16.384s

    11. Fabio Quartararo / Monster Yamaha / +17.235s

    12. Maverick Viñales / Aprilia Racing / +18.865s

    13. Jack Miller / Red Bull KTM / +25.425s

    14. Augusto Fernandez / Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 / +25.495s

    15. Takaaki Nakagami / LCR Honda / +25.817s

    16. Luca Marini / Repsol Honda / +25.854s

    17. Johann Zarco / LCR Honda / +25.952s

    18. Stefan Bradl / HRC Test Team / +43.047s

    19. Joan Mir / Repsol Honda / +43.145s

    20. Remy Gardner / Monster Yamaha / +50.115s

    Photo by MotoGP
  • source : MotoGP
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