Marquez-Espargaro, starting in the 4th row, Moto GP, 6th field, Somkiat, holding the grid 18, winning the top ten Moto Two
Eight-times world champion Marc Marquez, Spanish champion of Repsol Honda resisted injury, and team-mate Pol Espargaro grabbed the starting grid in the fourth row of the Moto race. GP, Circuit 6, Italian Grand Prix, while “Kong” Somkiat Chantra, the only Thai rider in the world championship motorcycle from the “Honda Race to the Dream” project, grabs the 18th grid with a chance to move. Top ten results to hunt for the Moto Two model.
The 2021 MotoGP World Championship, 6 races, Italian Grand Prix, final speed duel on May 30 at the Automotodrome Internacinale del Muge. Lolo, Italy, among the attention of speed fans around the world.
Qualifying matches took place on the night of May 29, in which the Q1 round had to be contested until the last five minutes, with the highlight being the match of champion Marc Marquez. World 8 times from Repsol Honda, who pressed the time to grab the 1st place until it was able to break through to the Q2 round successfully.
However, due to his lack of physical condition, Marquez decided to time the last 5 minutes of Q2 before grabbing the 11th place grid with a lap time of 1 minute 46.125 seconds, while team mate Pol Esparca. Ro came off the 12th grid with a lap time of 1 minute 46.393 seconds.
Takaaki Nakagami, a Japanese rider from LCR Honda, took the grid in 15th place with a time of 1 minute 46.195 seconds, while the Spanish team-mate Alex Marquez faced serious problems. Started from the bottom of the line on grid 22 with a time of 1 minute 47.216 seconds.
While the only Thai rider in the Moto2 World Championship motorcycle battle, “Kong” Somkiat Chantra, who rides under the Idemitsu Honda Team Asia No. 35, has done an excellent job. Time to hold 2nd place in the Q1 round before coming through to grab the starting grid 18th. There is a chance to move to the top ten again in this field. Even just competing for the first time at Mugello
The Italian Grand Prix will compete in the final on May 30, broadcast live on PPTVHD36, starting with the Moto Two at 5:20 PM, followed by the MotoGP at 7 PM. Thailand Fans of speed can follow the news of Honda riders on the Facebook fan page Race to the Dream : fb.com/aphondaracingth