Standings after MotoGP Portugal: Bagnaia’s Perfect Beginning

Pecco shows how fast the Desmosedici GP23 can be. He also brought home 37 points from the series opener and has the right to top the standings.

Resurrection also experienced Italian manufacturers. Maverick Vinales did not start from the first line but was able to move up to second. Unfortunately, when I wanted to increase my speed to chase Bagnaia, the rear tires were worn out. The racer nicknamed Top Gun is in second place in the standings with 25 points.

Marco Bezzecchi shows off in the race. The Desmosedici GP22 is so perfect for him that it can take him to the top three. He also awarded 16 points for VR46 Racing.

Jack Miller, who appeared competitive from the first free practice, became the best KTM racer. Australian rider had challenged the podium but eventually scattered. Even so, he climbed to fourth place in the standings after earning 15 points. Johann Zarco got a similar value.

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Alex Marquez proved that moving to Gresini Racing was the right decision. The Spaniard gained 12 points so that he is in sixth place in the standings.

Aleix Espargaro looked exasperated at the end of the race. Aprilia racer even close to the top seven difficulties. He only got 11 points and ranked seventh.

Brad Binder seemed to get an injection of power in the race. He was able to conquer the KTM motorbike so that he challenged Alex Marquez in the top five. The South African racer earned 10 points.

Jorge Martin DNF after crashing. He only got nine points from the runner-up Sprint Race.

Maybe this is the start that Fabio Quartararo wants to forget. Yamaha has not been able to compete and must be satisfied with eight points.

Marc Marquez sparked an incident that forced him out of the race. The Repsol Honda racer is the best among the RC213V riders with seven points and 11th place in the standings.

Standings after MotoGP Portugal

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