Bagnaia Secures Victory Following Martin’s Mistake at the Japanese Grand Prix

Jakarta, MRN – Francesco Bagnaia’s victory at the Japanese Grand Prix came to an end on Saturday following a late defeat by Jorge Martin.

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Bagnaia took control from the start by surpassing Raul Fernandez and moving up to third place.

At the beginning of the race, Bagnaia quickly surged ahead, moving from fifth to third position at Turn 1 behind pole-sitter Martin and second-placed Miguel Oliveira.

Although Martin led at Turn 13 on the second lap, he regained the first position at Turn 1 on the seventh lap.



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Bagnaia faced significant pressure from Alex Marquez over several laps, but around the race’s midpoint, he managed to increase his pace.

By lap 15, Bagnaia overtook Morbidelli to regain second position and then set his sights on Martin.

During the latter half of the race, Martin and Bagnaia engaged in a fierce exchange, with both riders consistently matching each other’s lap times at an interval of just 1:23 seconds on every Sachsenring circuit.

However, Martin experienced a crash at the first corner under circumstances somewhat reminiscent of his incident while leading during the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix at the end of April.





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Jorge Martin conceded to making an error during the 2024 German MotoGP race, attributing his fall at turn 1 to loss of grip on the front tire.

He clarified that he had repeated the trajectory from a previous lap but ultimately succumbed to a low-side crash.

Despite feeling confident, Martin acknowledged that his mistake was running wide by one meter before attempting a turn, leading to the mishap.

In stark contrast, Bagnaia maintained his lead with a four-second advantage and successfully safeguarded his championship position upon crossing the finish line after 30 laps.

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Martín recorded an impressive fastest lap time of 1m 20.584s, narrowly surpassing Marc Márquez by 0.150 seconds. Márquez secured second place while Bagnaia finished in ninth.

Maverick Viñales (Aprilia) emerged as third towards the conclusion of the race, closely followed by Miguel Oliveira (Trackhouse Racing/Aprilia).

The top five was rounded off by Acosta despite experiencing a minor crash during FP1.

Notably, championship front-runner Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) concluded in ninth place, trailing Martín’s time by 0.713 seconds.

(Reza)


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