Takes dramatically, Jack Miller appears as the 2022 Japanese MotoGP Champion

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Francesco Bagnaia’s failure of the finish line and Jack Miller’s maiden victory this season became the color of the 2022 Japanese MotoGP title this time around.

Autos.id – The 2022 MotoGP season has entered its sixteenth series at the Japanese GP. The race that took place at the Mobility Resort Motegi Circuit in Tochigi Prefecture was quite interesting and presented some drama throughout the race. Lenovo Ducati rider Jack Miller has finally returned to winning ways by taking the highest podium finish for the first time this season.

Rounding out the podium were Red Bull KTM team rider Brad Binder and Pramac Ducati team rider Jorge Martin who took 2nd and 3rd place respectively.

Excitingly held, Jack Miller comes out as the winner of the MotoGP Japan 2022

Road race

The Japanese MotoGP at the Mobility Resort Motegi Circuit lasted 24 laps in very sunny weather conditions, very different from the qualifying session the day before, hampered by the rain. Before the start of the race, it started with a drama when Aprilia team rider Aleix Espargaro was forced to pit due to problems with his bike, so he had to start the race from the pit lane.

When the red light went out to signal the start of the race, Repsol Honda team rider Marc Marquez, who started from pole position, had to lose his lead to Brad Binder. Marquez’s position also continued to drop to fifth at the end of the first lap. After Binder took the lead in the race, Jorge Martin’s overtaking managed to overtake Binder to take the lead.

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On lap three, Jack Miller, who was behind Binder and Martin, slowly began to climb up and overtake the two riders to take command of the race. The interim leader of the standings, Fabio Quartararo, has to work hard in the middle of the scoreboard. The Monster Energy Yamaha rider is still stuck in 9th position when he duels VR46 Racing Team rider Luca Marini and Repsol Honda team rider Pol Espargaro for seventh position.

Excitingly held, Jack Miller comes out as the winner of the MotoGP Japan 2022

On lap nine, the Wildcard rider riding a Honda motorcycle, Tetsuta Nagahima crashed and was unable to continue the race. Two laps later, Suzuki’s replacement rider Takuya Tsuda, who replaced Joan Mir, suffered an accident where his bike caught fire. Fortunately, the guest pilot survived and sustained no serious injuries.

Then, on lap 14, 2 riders – Darryn Binder (RNF Yamaha) and Alex Rins (Suzuki) – had to end the race due to 2 different problems. Darryn Binder fell off his bike while Alex Rins had problems with his bike so he had to finish the race early. Back in the lead, Jack Miller became more comfortable leading the race and began increasing the distance to the runners behind him.

Team Gresini rider Enea Bastianini, who started from position 12, slowly started to enter the top 10. This Italian rider started hunting for the position of Lenovo Ducati team rider Francesco Bagnaia who was right behind him. Until finally on lap 15 he managed to overtake Bagnaia. The battle between these two drivers, however, did not end here, even Quartararo who was in front of him was involved in the competition.[ertarungankeduapembalapinibelumberakhirdisinibahkanQuartararoyangadadidepannyajugaikutterlibatpersaingan[ertarungankeduapembalapinibelumberakhirdisinibahkanQuartararoyangadadidepannyajugaikutterlibatpersaingan

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Marc Marquez, who continued to be fifth throughout the race, managed to move up one place to fourth after overtaking Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM). At the entrance to the last lap of the race, Francesco Bagnaia crashed and wanted to overtake Fabio Quartararo from inside the curve. Immediately Bagnaia had to return home empty-handed from this race.

Excitingly held, Jack Miller comes out as the winner of the MotoGP Japan 2022

And in the end, Jack Miller finally came out as the winner of the 2022 Japanese MotoGP this time around. He managed to outclass Brad Binder and Jorge Martin who had to settle for 2nd and 3rd place, Marq Marquez himself had to be content with finishing in 4th position while Fabio Quartararo still managed to gain points by finishing in 8th Apart from Bagnaia, Quartararo’s other rival, Aleix Espargaro, failed to score points because he only finished in 16th place.

After the Japanese GP race, Fabio Quartararo is still leading the drivers’ standings with 219 points. Now he has 18 points ahead of Francesco Bagnaia who failed to finish with 201 and 25 points over Aleix Espargarao who has just collected 194 points. The next MotoGP series will take place at the Thailand GP which will take place at the Buriram circuit from 30 September to 2 October.


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