Franco Morbidelli put on a stunning performance on home soil, by producing 27 inch-perfect laps to secure his very first premier class Grand Prix. In a dramatic Gran
Premio Lenovo di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini, Morbidelli finished the race 2.217 seconds ahead of teammate Francesco Bagnaia, who celebrated his first win with a valiant Joan Mir, who battled and fought hard for a third place by getting the better of Valentino Rossi.
With Quartararo’s DNF being his first since the 2019 Australian Grand Prix, 2020 is still anyone’s game as the championship is wide open, and only a few points separate the title contenders at the top of the table.
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