Miguel Oliveira ranks 5th in Portimão. Quartararo dominates and wins

Miguel Oliveira took an excellent 5th place in the Portuguese GP. After an unauthorized warm-up, the Portuguese rider showed good momentum during the 25 laps of the Portimão track after the second cannon start at the # 88 KTM. Fabio Quartararo proved to be in the second league dominated the race from round 4, when he jumped into the lead.

After returning to Miguel Oliveira’s race, the Portuguese rose four positions right at the start of the race and reached sixth after a few laps. He ended up past the diabolical Alex Rins (he started in 23rd place) and finished 7th, where he kept himself comfortable with a good rhythm.

Miguel didn’t get any closer to the rivals at the forefront, but he also maintained his lead over those behind him. Because the accident of some is the luck of others, Miguel ended up benefiting from the fall of Jack Miller and Joan Mir, thus rising to 5th where he saw a checkered flag.

With Quartararo’s victory, Johann Zarco and Aleix Espargaró ended up on the podium. Yamaha’s Frenchman thus won 25 points and rose to the top of the World Series with 69 points, as did Alex Rins. Miguel Oliveira is in 8th place with 39 points.

Final classification by the Portuguese GP

  1. Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha)
  2. Johann Zarco (Pramac Ducati)
  3. Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia)
  4. Alex Rins (Suzuki)
  5. Miguel Oliveira (KTM)
  6. Marc Marquez (Honda)
  7. Alex Marquez (LCR Honda)
  8. Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati)
  9. Pol Espargaro (Honda)
  10. Maverick Vinales (Aprilia)
  11. Andrea Dovizioso (Yamaha RNF)
  12. Luca Marini (Mooney VR46 Racing Team)
  13. Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha)
  14. Remy Gardner (Tech3)
  15. Marco Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46 Racing Team)
  16. Takaaki Nagami (LCR Honda)
  17. Darryn Binder (Yamaha RNF)

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THE COMPETITION ENDS! Quartararo wins Portuguese GP and Miguel Oliveira finished fifth!

Round 25: Alex Márquez recovers and gives Marc a pass.

Round 24: Marc Márquez passes his brother and rises to sixth.

Round 23: Fabio Di Giannantonio abadona!

Round 21: Quartararo remains fearless and calm in 1st place, a pace above the others. He already has a 5.9-second advantage over Zarcoon. Only one heck atom will not make a Frenchman beat the Portuguese GP.

Round 20: So Miguel Oliveira is currently fifth.

Round 19: Jack Miller and Joan Mir crash and retire from the Portuguese GP! Australian bad drop, but both are well and they greet each other.

Round 18: Brad Binder crashes in turn 11 and is gone.

Round 17: Now yes. Johann Zarco passes Joan Mirin and jumps to second place. Quartararo is the leader, Zarco is second and Mir is in 3rd place. Miller and Aleix Espargaró are in the top five. Miguel Oliveira is still seventh.

Round 16: Zarco threatens to steal Mir’s second place, but the Suzuki driver responds and defends his position.

round 14: The manager increases the advantage to four seconds. Miguel Oliveira is still comfortably in 7th place.

Round 12: Quartararo is on the second level! The Frenchman is already 3.1 seconds ahead of Joan Mir.

Round 12: Takaaki Nakagami crashes in turn 14 after Brad Binder’s back contact.

Round 11: Fabio Quartararo again made the best lap of the race: 1m39.435s.

Round 11: Miguel Oliveira has managed to stay in the top 10 at a good pace, contrary to what he showed in the warm-up. The Portuguese made the best round so far (1m39,877s).

Round 10: Enea Bastianini crashes in turn 8 and is out of the Portuguese GP!

Round 10: Fabio Quartararo continues to lead and is already 2 seconds ahead of second-placed Joan Mir.

Round 9: Miguel Oliveira is back in 7th place after overtaking Alex Márquez.

Round 8: Rins passes Miguel Oliveira and Alex Márquez. The Spanish is now sixth. Miguel is in 8th place.

Translation 7: Alex Rins approaches Miguel Oliveira …

Round 5: Jorge Martin crashes in Sector 4 and is absent from the Portuguese GP.

Round 5: Fabio Quartararo is already driving in the second 39 Autódromo Internacional do Algarve. It already has a 0.854 lead over Miri. Miguel Oliveira is still seventh.

Translation 4: Quartararo steals the lead from Joan Mir! France is continuing at a brilliant pace

Translation 3: Quartararo is currently recording the fastest lap. Rins started 23rd and is now 10th.

Round 2: Mir, Quartararo, Miller, Zarco and Alex Márquez are currently in the top5. Miguel Oliveira drops to seventh.

Round 2: Miguel Oliveira gets one more place. The Portuguese passes through Aleix Espargaró and is currently sixth.

Round 1: Joan Mir jumps into the lead early! Miguel Oliveira rose to 4th place and is 7th!

at 1 p.m.: The lights go out and the Portuguese Grand Prix begins!

at 12:58: Riders are currently embarking on this Portuguese GP warm-up round!

at 12:55: Miguel Oliveira drives this race with a medium-sized tire in front and behind, like almost all riders on the grid. See the options in the image below.

12:53: The national anthem was heard singing in the voice of the “Angels.” The Portuguese Grand Prix is ​​about to begin.

at 12:49: Shortly before the race, Pit Beirer confirmed he plans to renew with Miguel Oliveira next season. “We have to put our will on paper. We love Miguel,” said the Austrian team leader.

at 12:45: Let’s remember the starting grid of the competition.

at 12:40: Speaking to SportTV, Marc Márquez admitted he wasn’t sure he could fight for the win, but reassured him he was doing his best. The Spaniard starts in 9th place.

at 12:36: Drivers begin to leave the depot lane on the track.

at 12:23: A moment before the competition, KTM shared a moment on social media, when Miguel Oliveira surprised the young fan. Keep the pictures below.

at 12.10: What can we expect from Miguel Oliveira in the Portuguese GP? Stay in the analysis after warming up this morning.

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