Marc Marquez moved to his first victory of MotoGP in 2019 in Argentina, hitting Valentino Rossi who came second in a range of nearly 10 seconds.
Honda Marquez's rider made a good deal from making sure that first broke, opening a once-off route over Valentino Rossi which starts as early as the open tour.
The quiz was then set to establish a terrible journey that one of his contestants could not have been equal, winning his victory to three seconds after three laps. T
After 10 of 25 laps, Marquez was full of seven seconds in the area, and the lead traveled at over 12 seconds before finally removing the line with 9.8s in his pocket for the third. prize at Termas de Rio Hondo.
Behind them, struggles for both rivalry between Rossi and Ducati, Andrea Dovizioso, with the victory of Yamaha, Rossi, for general running at Turn 5 on 7th September. follow the place.
Dovizioso got his way back with his fellow countryman on the 13th ladder, but Rossi could not escape, having broken Italy at Turn 7 on the last lap to come home second. .
Jack Miller was furious for the fourth place that Jack Miller made, after Pramac Ducati overtook Alex Rins back 16 – and the second operating Ducati of Danilo Petrucci.
A Rossi team mate, Maverick Vinales, made a bad start from the second place to go down to the fourth place.
The Spanish thought it would take seventh place before being taken out with Petronas SRT Yamaha of Franco Morbidelli on the last hand of Turn 7.
This disaster caused Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda) to seventh ahead of Fabio Quartararo (Petronas), Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) and Pol Espargaro (KTM).
Jorge Lorenzo delivered his second Honda factory in 12th place, gaining the same status he had been awarded, passing some jobs after collapsing from the early warning points.
Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda) gave a strong chance to be part of podium fighting with start-jump, getting through through it, letting it down in the 13th Century.
Johann Zarco finished the 15th for the second in a series of KTMan work, and Andrea Iannone (Aprilia) was the last to finish on the 17th.
Avintia Ducatis of Tito Rabat and Karel Abraham were fracturing and Joan Mir Suzuki resigned from the pit after a moment of gravity attacked at the end of the race.
|4||Jack Miller||Pramac Ducati||25||12.140s|
|7||Takaaki Nakagami||Honda LCR||25||18.160s|
|8||Fabio Quartararo||Yamaha Petronas||25||20.403s|
|11||Miguel Oliveira||Tech3 KTM||25||25.855s|
|13||Cal Crutchlow||Honda LCR||25||31.398s|
|14||Francesco Bagnaia||Pramac Ducati||25||32.893an|
|16||Hafizh Syahrin||Tech3 KTM||25||35.545s|
|–||Maverick Vinales||Yamaha||24||Drop off|
|–||Franco Morbidelli||Yamaha Petronas||24||Drop off|
|–||Joan Mir||Suzuki||21||Drop off|
|–||Tito Rabat||Avintia Ducati||15||Drop off|
|–||Karel Abraham||Avintia Ducati||14||Drop off|