September 23, 2020

Maverick Vinales silences critics at Misano

The 2020 #MotoGP season is nothing less than a Hollywood movie, and you could not have scripted it any better. With only 7 laps to go in The Gran Premio TISSOT dell'Emilia Romagna e della Riviera di Rimini, huge drama unfolded as the race leader Pecco Bagnaia crashed his bike and his chances of a maiden win. From out of nowhere, Maverick Vinales took over the race with a comfortable 4 second lead and rode on to victory to silence his critics.
From P11 on the grid, Joan Mir worked his way up the order to finish 2nd while Fabio Quartaro suffered a 3 second penalty for exceeding track limits, which in turn, paved the way for Pol Espargaro to finish 3rd.

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