Mugello’s race has been incredible, an absolute triumph, a magical battle. Between parties, thrills and twists the Italian Grand Prix has once again confirmed Domino as MotoGP ruler thanks to the extraordinary performance of the riders at the track with Domino levers, grips and throttle controls.
In Moto2 the entire podium and 9 riders of the top ten (excluding the 9th) are Domino.
First seasonal victory for Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull Ajo KTM): after three podiums in the previous five races, the Portuguese finally managed to reach the target, winning in the final duel with Lorenzo Baldassarri (Pons HP 40). Third place and second consecutive podium for Joan Mir (EG 0.0 Marc VDS racing) after a comeback race and a great fight with Francesco Bagnaia (Sky Racing Team VR46), who suffered to a wrist but fought for the podium till the end. Fifth position for Mir's teammate, the Spanish Alex Marquez. Sixth Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Ajo), followed by Luca Marini (SKY Racing Team VR46). Excellent performance for Andrea Locatelli with Italtrans Racing Team, who got his best result in Moto2. Finally, Simone Corsi (Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2) closes the top ten. It’s a shame for Mattia Pasini and Romano Fenati: the first crashed while he was leading the race, while the second had to surrender to a painful arm and brake problems.
Good results in Moto3, with Leopard Racing riders Enea Bastianini and Lorenzo Dalla Porta respectively sixth and eighth. Seventh place for Tony Arbolino (Marinelli Rivacold Snipers), while Niccolò Antonelli, with the Sic58 Squadra Corse, made an incredible comeback after a collision with Bulega at the start, managing to finish ninth.
Next round of the MotoGP World Championship is on June 17 at Montmelò Circuit, Barcelona.