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Motorsport – US Grand Prix: Schrட்டர்ter gives up on Moto 2 racing – Sport

Motorsport – US Grand Prix: Schrட்டர்ter gives up on Moto 2 racing – Sport

Austin (AB) – Motorcycle pilot Marcel Schrட்டர்ter went barefoot at the US Grand Prix in Austin. The 28-year-old went into the ditch early in the Moto 2 class and dropped out after 13 laps due to electronic problems.

Schrter had to start from 19th and was long in the midfield. Overall, Schrட்டர்ter finished ninth in a row despite being on zero lap. Australia’s Remy Gardner, the leader in the championship, was eliminated due to a fall. He was unharmed.

The Moto 3 race was previously canceled twice after accidents. Philipp Salach, the first of the German team Presteljip, fell after seven rounds. The 19-year-old Czech was treated and taken to a medical center as a precaution.

Marquez won the MotoGP race

After the restart, Jeremy Alcoba, his friend Pedro Acosta and Andrea Migno from Italy fell in the next crash. You were unharmed. The race has not started yet. The Spanish Isan Guevara won, and he was in the lead when the race was over for Salas.

Honda Rider Mark Marquez won the MotoGP race easily. It was the Spaniard’s second win after a long injury break. In second place went Frenchman Fabio Quartaro on a Yamaha, who took the lead in the overall rankings.

Italian Francesco Pacquiao finished the race in third place, losing more points to Guardarro, who now has a 52-point lead. In the remaining three races, 75 points will be awarded. This means you can make a title decision on races in Misano in three minutes.

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