It was a magical and wonderful Sunday raceday in Misano where we saw crazy races and hard battles for the victory in every classes apart from MotoE where Matteo Ferrari made the double and overall it was a really fun day for the people who had the opportunity to watch a great show. The day started as we told with electric bikes who made the second race of the weekend with a stunning Ferrari who brought Gresini on top after being successful in Race 1 after a tough battle against the other rivals.
Tatsuki Suzuki then decided to make everyone cry by winning his first ever race in Moto3 just in the circuit entitled to Marco Simoncelli. It was an unbelievable feeling for him and Paolo Simoncelli too, who saw one of his riders taking the victory after Niccolò Antonelli in Jerez where also Suzuki was in the podium.
Fabio Di Giannantonio and Augusto Fernandez after that engaged a fantastic battle in Moto2 race for the victory where the Spaniard mocked the Italian just at the last lap taking benefit maybe from going over the limits but at the end the move was declared legal with Pons rider who could enjoy his victory.
MotoGP saw more or less a similar epilogue, with Marc Marquez and Fabio Quartararo who fought until last corner for the win, with reigning World Champion who won the battle coming back to victory.
Overall, as we said, a really fun Sunday, but at the same time we have to focus about track conditions as long as we had a lot of crashes, especially in Moto3, but the most important thing is that a lot of riders had injures and were forced to miss the Grand Prix. Many guys highlighted how tricky the asphalt was and they were probably right. If Niki Tuuli was forced to miss MotoE Race 2 due to a clear own mistake on Saturday where he crashed, we cannot tell the same for the others maybe.
The last one on getting injured was Niccolò Antonelli who crashed during the race in a really similar way of Alex De Angelis, who suffered an incident in MotoE Race 1 without any consequences. SIC58 Squadra Corse rider did not have the same luck, with the Italian who will miss Aragon and be replace by Davide Pizzoli. Things went worse for Romano Fenati, crashed during qualifying session and forced to miss Misano; same story for Mattia Pasini, Marcel Schrotter and Andrea Iannone, while the first one on getting seriously injured was Can Oncu who was replaced by his brother.