Andrea Dovizioso stayed with the Austrian GP


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Andrea Dovizioso stayed with the Austrian GP

The Italian won a bumpy race in a masterful way.On a day of crashes, cautions and a lot of adrenaline, Andrea Dovizioso won the MotoGP Austrian GP in what was perhaps another way to say goodbye to Ducati, the Italian manufacturer with whom he it will not continue for the next season. The Italian won ahead of the Spanish Joan Mir and the Australian Jack Miller, who showed his qualities on the bike and who, if not for the neutralization, might have fought for the victory. Fabio Quartararo, who started in the first position, could barely finish eighth after hitting the asphalt, while Marc Viñales, another of those who was favorite, finished tenth. The race, after Zarco’s accident collided with Morbidelli, had to be stopped for a few minutes. The restart was 20 laps ahead so everything had to start from zero. With 11 laps to go, Dovizioso, masterfully, took the lead so as not to let go of it and stay with the victory, a victory that is worth a lot after what happened on the day and the farewell to a brand that accompanied him for so long time like Ducati.

In a day of falls, neutralizations and a lot of adrenaline, Andrea Dovizioso he won Austrian GP of MotoGP in what was perhaps another way of saying goodbye to Ducati, the Italian manufacturer with whom he will not continue for next season.

The Italian won ahead of the Spanish Joan Mir and the Australian Jack Miller, who showed his qualities on the bike and who, if not for the neutralization, might have fought for the victory.

Fabio Quartararo, who started in the first position, could barely finish eighth after hitting the asphalt, while Marc Viñales, another of those who was favorite, finished tenth.

The race, after Zarco’s accident collided with Morbidelli, had to be stopped for a few minutes. The restart was 20 laps ahead so everything had to start from zero.

With 11 laps to go, Dovizioso, masterfully, took the lead so as not to let go of it and stay with the victory, a victory that is worth a lot after what happened on the day and the farewell of a brand that accompanied him for so long time like Ducati.

Photo: Getty Images


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