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moto gp americas

Who won the MotoGP Americas Grand Prix?

Enea Bastianini took his second win of the 2022 MotoGP season in a thrilling Americas Grand Prix, taking the championship lead in the process. The Gresini rider passed long-time leader Jack Miller on the factory team Ducati late on to take his first podium since his debut win in the season opener in Qatar.

What is the MotoGP™ circuit of the Americas?

In 2013, the impressive new Hermann Tilke-designed 5.513 km “Circuit of the Americas” in Austin, Texas, joined the MotoGP™ calendar and become an instant hit - with its cutting edge facilities and a capacity for 120,000 fans.

What happened at the MotoGP™ of the Americas in Texas?

Multiple winner Marc Márquez executed a stunning fight back to come from dead last to take sixth at the flag. Ducati bikes made history and occupied the top five grid slots after qualifying for the MotoGP™ of the Americas in Texas.

Who won the MotoGP™ at COTA?

One week after doing battle in South America, the MotoGP™ pack headed to North America, and the epic Circuit of the Americas. After a weekend of Ducati dominance it was Enea Bastianini who emerged as the new king of COTA with a calculated win to surge into the lead of the championship.

Who won the Austin MotoGP™?

The 24-year-old passed fellow Ducati rider, and long-time leader, Miller with five laps left to add the Austin win to his maiden elite class victory at the season-opener in Qatar. Australian Miller, who had stormed into the lead at the start, finished third having also being passed by the Suzuki of Alex Rins, the winner in Texas in 2019.

When did Marc Marquez win the MotoGP 2021?

3 October 2021. From the section Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez won his second race of the season with his seventh victory at the Grand Prix of the Americas. Starting from third on the grid in Texas, the Spaniard immediately grabbed the lead as he overtook polesitter Francesco Bagnaia, who finished third.

Who won the MotoGP World Championship in 2022?

Australian Jack Miller claimed his first podium finish of 2022 as Italy’s Enea Bastianini has won his second MotoGP race of the season at the Grand Prix of the Americas to seize control of the world championship.

Who was the quickest rider at the Americas MotoGP™?

Pramac’s Johann Zarco ended the first day of the Americas GP as the quickest rider, leading a Ducati 1-2 after a full day of practice. The Frenchman set a 2m02.542s to beat Ducati’s Jack Miller to the top spot by over 0.2s in FP2, with reigning world champion Fabio Quartararo leaping up to third late on with a 2m02.837s.

What makes the Austin MotoGP™ circuit of the Americas special?

Grand Prix racing in the US has a long history at legendary tracks such as Daytona, Laguna Seca and Indianapolis. In 2013, the impressive new Hermann Tilke-designed 5.513 km “Circuit of the Americas” in Austin, Texas, joined the MotoGP™ calendar and become an instant hit - with its cutting edge facilities and a capacity for 120,000 fans.

Who won the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas?

The Repsol Honda rider dialed up his old speed for a dominant victory at the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas on Sunday, while championship leader Fabio Quartararo coasted to second and further tightened his grip on a likely first career title. MotoGPs Marquez delivers dominant Texas win at American GP | AP News

Who won the MotoGP™ at COTA?

One week after doing battle in South America, the MotoGP™ pack headed to North America, and the epic Circuit of the Americas. After a weekend of Ducati dominance it was Enea Bastianini who emerged as the new king of COTA with a calculated win to surge into the lead of the championship.

Who won the 2019 Austin MotoGP?

Rins - the only other Austin MotoGP winner on the starting grid, courtesy of a 2019 victory after Marc Marquez fell from the lead - lined-up on the third row, but was soon challenging Yamahas reigning champion Fabio Quartararo for best of the rest behind the Ducatis.

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