Marc Marquez wins the last race of the season without any problems despite a not so well start. World Champion struggled a bit after the lights went off as long as from 2nd he lost a bunch of positions, but number 93 was really good as usual on recovering really fast to put himself in a good spot. Fabio Quartararo tried to take benefit from his pole position trying to create a gap from the beginning but had to give up to the power of Marquez.
Honda HRC rider made his move in the early stages of the race after Quartararo was in the lead for a while and started to make his rhythm that was uncatchable for everyone, even if the French tried his best to achieve his first win of career. At the end, the French finished again on the podium and ended the season in the best way possible in a really fantastic rookie year where he achieved Indipendent Team title and Rookie of the Year one.
Behind them, Jack Miller tried to catch at least Fabio, but the Australian did not have enough pace, after being the leader for just some corners after the start where Jack is always really good at it. A positive result for Miller anyway with Pramac Ducati rider who finished on the podium in the last GP of the season, ahead of Andrea Dovizioso and Alex Rins, while Maverick Vinales did not convert his pace showed during free practices and could not do better than 6th.
Marquez won so another race to end the season in the best way possible, winning also Team Title as long as Dovizioso finished in 4th and Danilo Petrucci crashed out. The day was not so good for Johann Zarco, with the French who crashed out but was even hit by Iker Lecuona’s bike who crashed as well. Thankfully, it seems that Johann has nothing broken and this is the most important thing.
Last GP of Jorge Lorenzo’s career ended with the Spaniard in 13th, conquering three points helping also his team on getting the Teams Championship.
|Pos.||Punti||Num.||Pilota||Nazione||Team||Moto||Km/h||Data e ora/Distanza|
|1||25||93||Marc MARQUEZ||SPA||Repsol Honda Team||Honda||156.8||41'21.469|
|2||20||20||Fabio QUARTARARO||FRA||Petronas Yamaha SRT||Yamaha||156.8||+1.026|
|3||16||43||Jack MILLER||AUS||Pramac Racing||Ducati||156.7||+2.409|
|4||13||4||Andrea DOVIZIOSO||ITA||Ducati Team||Ducati||156.6||+3.326|
|5||11||42||Alex RINS||SPA||Team SUZUKI ECSTAR||Suzuki||156.6||+3.508|
|6||10||12||Maverick VIÑALES||SPA||Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP||Yamaha||156.3||+8.829|
|7||9||36||Joan MIR||SPA||Team SUZUKI ECSTAR||Suzuki||156.2||+10.622|
|8||8||46||Valentino ROSSI||ITA||Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP||Yamaha||155.4||+22.992|
|9||7||41||Aleix ESPARGARO||SPA||Aprilia Racing Team Gresini||Aprilia||154.8||+32.704|
|10||6||44||Pol ESPARGARO||SPA||Red Bull KTM Factory Racing||KTM||154.8||+32.973|
|11||5||53||Tito RABAT||SPA||Reale Avintia Racing||Ducati||154.2||+42.795|
|12||4||82||Mika KALLIO||FIN||Red Bull KTM Factory Racing||KTM||154.0||+45.732|
|13||3||99||Jorge LORENZO||SPA||Repsol Honda Team||Honda||153.7||+51.044|
|14||2||17||Karel ABRAHAM||CZE||Reale Avintia Racing||Ducati||152.8||+1'04.871|
|15||1||55||Hafizh SYAHRIN||MAL||Red Bull KTM Tech 3||KTM||152.1||+1'16.487|
|29||Andrea IANNONE||ITA||Aprilia Racing Team Gresini||Aprilia||154.8||1 Giro|
|21||Franco MORBIDELLI||ITA||Petronas Yamaha SRT||Yamaha||156.4||9 Giri|
|9||Danilo PETRUCCI||ITA||Ducati Team||Ducati||155.6||14 Giri|
|5||Johann ZARCO||FRA||LCR Honda IDEMITSU||Honda||155.1||14 Giri|
|27||Iker LECUONA||SPA||Red Bull KTM Tech 3||KTM||154.2||14 Giri|
|35||Cal CRUTCHLOW||GBR||LCR Honda CASTROL||Honda||155.5||17 Giri|
|51||Michele PIRRO||ITA||Ducati Team||Ducati||150.3||19 Giri|