MotoGP. The rankings of the World Drivers’ Championship after the Catalan Grand Prix

MotoGP. The rankings of the World Drivers’ Championship after the Catalan Grand Prix
MotoGP. The rankings of the World Drivers’ Championship after the Catalan Grand Prix

On the demanding track of the Catalan Grand Prix, Francesco Bagnaia recovered from his fall in the sprint race and performed well on Sunday May 26, in the main race, to reduce the gap in the world championship on Jorge Martin. He regains second place in the standings and is now 39 points behind the leader, second in the race.

Marc Marquez, party 14emade the great comeback of the day, finishing 3e. Bad operations for Enea Bastianini, who did not respect the penalties he received and was downgraded, and Pedro Acosta who fell.

SEE AS ​​WELL. VIDEO. MotoGP: Bagnaia veers ahead, Espargaro misses… Relive the start of the Catalan Grand Prix

The ranking of drivers in the world championship after the Spanish GP

1. Jorge Martin (ESP / Ducati-Pramac): 155 points

2. Francesco Bagnaia (ITA / Ducati): 116 points

3. Marc Marquez (ESP / Ducati-Gresini): 114 points

4. Enea Bastianini (ITA / Ducati): 94 points

5. Maverick Vinales (ESP / Aprilia): 87 points

6. Pedro Acosta (ESP / Tech 3-KTM): 83 points

7. Aleix Espargaro (ESP/ Aprilia): 76 points

8. Brad Binder (AFS / KTM): 75 points

9. Fabio Di Giannantonio (ITA / Ducati-VR46): 62 points

10. Marco Bezzecchi (ITA / Ducati-VR46): 42 points

11. Alex Marquez (ESP / Ducati-Gresini): 42 points

12. Fabio Quartararo (FRA / Yamaha): 32 points

13. Miguel Oliveira (POR / Trackhouse-Aprilia): 29 points

14. Raul Fernandez (ESP / Aprilia): 28 points

15. Jack Miller (AUS / KTM): 27 points

16. Franco Morbidelli (ITA / Ducati Pramac): 15 points

17. Augusto Fernandez (ESP / Tech 3-KTM): 13 points

18. Joan Mir (ESP / Honda): 13 points

19. Johann Zarco (FRA / LCR Honda): 9 points

20. Takaaki Nakagami (JPN / Honda): 8 points

21. Alex Rins (ESP / Yamaha): 7 points

22. Dani Pedrosa (ESP / KTM): 7 points

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