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Bagnaia’s flip to take the lead



After Maverick Viñales, Johann Zarco and Fabio Quartararo, it’s Pecco Bagnaia who now leads the championship, after having clinched his third podium in 4 races in Jerez. The Ducati rider pushes again Quartararo to second place, disadvantaged within the ache of a victory but promised on the Spanish Grand Prix and which is now two items behind the brand new chief.

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Regardless of a modest outcome this Sunday, Viñales retains third place within the normal classification, now 16 factors behind Bagnaia. Joan Mir is just one level behind, and Johann Zarco nonetheless a notch decrease.

Together with his victory of the day, Jack Miller jumps from 12th to sixth place, and comes again 27 items of his teammate, chief of the championship because of a way more common begin to the season. Aleix Espargaró resisted in seventh place, whereas Franco Morbidelli took benefit of his return to the rostrum to climb to eighth. All this makes Álex Rins and Brad Binder downshift two notches, who began at fault in the present day.

Crushed for the primary time this season, Yamaha however retains first place within the constructors’ championship and that of the workforce classification because of its official workforce. Ducati is a strong second in these two hierarchies.

Drivers’ championship after the Spanish GP

Constructors’ Championship after the Spanish GP

Group championship after the Spanish GP

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