In MotoGP, just as Moto2 – the leader crashed out. Lorenzo came into the lead early on from the second row but it didn’t last long as it all came to an end, leaving Petrucci to lead the group.

Marquez pushed all the way having many moments which for him, are normal but for anyone else, a big warning. A few laps in he was signalling something to his team while going down the home straight and his team started to prepare the second bike with a dry set up and soon after other teams started to prepare second bikes just in case.

This didn’t matter as on the last lap he lined himself up behind Petrucci and into turn 1 he took the lead and went on to put in the fast lap of the race, taking a well deserved win.

Zarco started the last lap in 7th but ran out of fuel on the last corner. He jumped off the bike and pushed his bike over the line collecting a single point.

MotoGP Results – Top 5

  1. Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda – 50:41.565

  2. Danilo Petrucci, OCTO Pramac Racing + 1.192

  3. Andrea Dovizioso, Ducati Team + 11.706

  4. Maverick Viñales, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP + 16.559

  5. Michele Pirro, Ducati Team + 19.499

In Moto2, Morbidelli took the hole shot and started to make off but soon after he crashed, ending his race at home but still with the championship lead.

It then left the two Swiss riders at the front, Aegerter and Luthi. Aegerter lead the entire race with one or two moments and Luthi was constantly putting the pressure on, but he managed to maintain the lead to become the first Suter winner since 2014 and has taken a very well deserved win.

Hafizh Syahrin (a.k.a The Fish) was back. Known for his riding in the wet, he came from 14th on the grid down to 3rd to stand on the podium for the first time since 2012.

Moto2 Results – Top 5

  1. Dominique Aegerter, Kiefer Racing – 51:39.709

  2. Thomas Luthi, CarXpert Interwetten + 1.400

  3. Hafizh Syahrin, Petronas Raceline Malaysia + 7.875

  4. Francesco Bagnaia, SKY Racing Team VR46 + 21.223

  5. Brad Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo + 23.849

During Moto3 qualifying, many riders were penalised and this included: 3 place penalties for the now ex-pole man, Bastianini and also for Arbolino. Antonelli, Migno, Sasaki, Suzuki and Toba – who all received 12 place penalties. 16 riders also got hit with a 1000 euro fine.

Once again it was Martín starting for the 6th time on pole but couldn’t manage to hold on and crashed out of 2nd place, but luckily he was OK. It was ‘Diggia’ left to ride for the team who managed to come home on the podium after an early run off track he worked his way back to the front.

But in the end with only 16 riders left out of the 31 that started, it was Fenati who rode incredibly at home to come across the line with a lead over 20 seconds, no mistakes were made by him at Misano.

During the race many crashed and this included Bastianini who crashed twice in the race but still he managed to come home in the points!

Moto3 Results – Top 5

  1. Romano Fenati, Marinelli Rivacold Snipers – 46:24.290

  2. Joan Mir, Leopard Racing + 28.594

  3. Fabio Di Giannantonio, Del Conca Gresini Moto3 + 39.035

  4. Philipp Oettl, Sudmetall Schedl GP Racing + 55.591

  5. Nicolo Bulega, SKY Racing Team VR46 + 1’02.433