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Moto3, Gp Styria: Pedro Acosta wins the race in Austria, fighting with Garcia

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Emotions until the last corner in the Moto3 Styrian GP. Pedro Acosta and Sergio Garcia make contact, then the second falls and the rookie triumphs and extends in the standings. Well Fenati, he is third

An all-Spanish tussle that ends on the last lap, in Moto2. The never-ending duel between Pedro Acosta and Sergio Garcia, first and second also in the standings, continues at the Red Bull Ring. Here, between overtaking and counter-overtaking, the two fight for the whole race, they even do a door until the GasGas driver slips and gives the green light to get a new success for the Spanish rookie. It is a season of true dominator for Acosta, capable of winning 50% of the races so far disputed. Garcia, however, is quick to get back on his bike and secure at least second place. Great performance also for Fenati, long fourth and who manages to get rid of the other Spaniard Masia and grab the podium at the last.

Missed strategies and poles

It was a thrilling Styrian GP and shrouded in the mystery of the weather. In fact, there are many and varied strategies at the start, with the teams divided on whether to adopt wet tires or not. There are many upheavals in front of him, starting from the start, where the Turkish Oncu – who should have started from pole – actually finds himself starting last, from the pit lane. Fatal an error of the team that, undecided on the set-up to adopt for the race, exceeded three minutes and was forced to give up the start from the first spot.

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The final ranking

1. Acosta (Spa – Ktm), 39’45 ”869
2. Garcia (Spa – GasGas), +14.431
3. Fenati (Ita – Husqvarna), +15.410
4. Masia (Spa – Ktm), +15.510
5. Sasaki (Giap – Ktm), +18,847
6. Binder (Rsa – Honda), +20,534
7. Yamanaka (Giap – Ktm), +30.080
8. Kunii (Jpn – Honda), +30.174
9. Kofler (Aut – Ktm), +30.245
10. Fernandez (Spa – Husqvarna), +36.355

The drivers classification

1. Acosta (Spa – Ktm), 183 points
2. Garcia (Spa – GasGas), 130
3. Fenati (Ita – Husqvarna), 96
4. Foggia (Ita – Honda), 86
5. Masia (Spa – Ktm), 85
6. Binder (Rsa – Honda), 79
7. Sasaki (Jpn – Ktm), 68
8. Antonelli (Ita – Ktm), 67
9. Rodrigo (Arg – Honda), 59
10. Alcove (Spa – Honda), 58
11. Migno (Ita – Honda), 58


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