Fabio Quartararo continues to dominate the MotoGP season. The Frenchman won the British GP on Sunday ahead of Alex Rins and Aleix Espargaro, in a race without major flights but nevertheless impressive.
Starting in third position, Fabio Quartararo got off to a good start, behind the surprising poleman Pol Espargaro. Then the Frenchman was patient. He first dived in 6th place, then applied his strategy. He took the lead 16 laps from the finish and has never left it again.
Without being worried, he won his 5th victory of the season and signed a great show of strength. He increased his lead in the general classification and is now 65 points ahead of his new runner-up, Joan Mir.
More than 3 seconds behind Nice, Alex Rins finished second, ahead of Aleix Espargaro who allowed Aprilia to clinch his first podium in MotoGP. But the Spaniard had to defend his third place until the end, hung by Jack Miller.
The Espargaro siblings also found themselves at the top of the GP at the start of the race, before the Quartararo demonstration began. Behind his elder, Pol Espargaro finally ranks 5th, his best ranking of the season.
Johann Zarco only finished 10th but can nevertheless be delighted to get back on the podium of the general classification (3rd, 4 points behind Joan Mir).