September 14, 2020

A MotoGP first: 5 winners in 6 different races

Quartararo’s DNF, Bagnaia’s first ever podium, and Franco Morbidelli’s maiden premier class Grand prix win makes one thing for certain: You just can’t predict MotoGP 2020
Courtesy of a mesmerising race at Misano, the championship race has been blown wide open! And the The Gran Premio Lenovo di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini was just another example of how unpredictable this season really is. With the top nine riders separated by just 23 points in the Championship, MotoGP in 2020 is simply breathtaking. Why? Because you can make a case for any of the 14 riders to claim the crown!

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