Finally the end came. The (crazy) 2020 season of MotoGP He will play his last race this Sunday. The Portuguese Grand Prix will take place at the Portimao circuit. Although the most important championship has already been defined, it remains to be known who will be the kings of the lower categories. Also, the MotoGP runner-up is not yet assured, so there is a lot to see.
Moto2 and Moto3 they don’t have their champion. The minor category is the tightest, since between first and second they only have 8 points of difference. The pointer, Albert Arenas will start sixth, while his escort, Ai Ogura will do the same one position ahead. As for the second division, Enea Bastianini leads by 14 points over Sam Lowes and at 18 Luca Marini.
As for the top category, Joan Mir is already the champion. However, it remains to be seen who will win second place in the championship. Franco Morbidelli He is the one who has the best chances, since ‘Morbido’ will start second and his rivals will be a little further behind. The Italian-Brazilian will have to manage the race with great precision to take the achievement.
Joan Mir has already been crowned the great King of MotoGP. The Spaniard was left with 172 points, after adding 9 in Valencia. However, the fight for the runner-up is red hot. Franco Morbidelli it reached 142, after adding 25 last Sunday. Alex Rins is third with 138, while Maverick Viñales stayed in fourth position with 127
Starting at 11:00 AM in Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Asunción and Montevideo, the Portuguese Grand Prix will begin. At 10:00 AM they will be in Caracas and La Paz. As for Bogotá, Quito and Lima at 09:00 AM. Mexico City at 08:00 AM. The transmission will be through ESPN and the MotoGP premium streaming service