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Sport Bastianini takes first Moto2 victory in Andalucia heat

15:54  26 july  2020
15:54  26 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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First -time Moto 2 poleman Marco Bezzecchi nailed the launch off the line and held the lead at Turn 1 ahead of Bastianini and last week’s Jerez race winner Luca Marini. Italtrans rider Bastianini quickly dispatched the VR46 Kalex of Bezzecchi and immediately opened up an advantage of half a second

Enea Bastianini took his first career GP victory ahead of Oliveira and Antonelli as championship leader Kent finishes in sixth.

Enea Bastianini gained his first Moto2 victory on Sunday when he beat fellow Italian Luca Marini in the Andalucia Grand Prix.

a group of people riding skis on a snowy road: Enea Bastianini outpaced the Moto2 field in the Andalucia Grand Prix © JAVIER SORIANO Enea Bastianini outpaced the Moto2 field in the Andalucia Grand Prix

"I pushed from the first lap and managed to close the gap on Luca in the last few laps," said Bastianini, who moved to second in the championship ahead of Luca Marini, Valentino Rossi's half-brother, who won the previous race at the same circuit in Jerez.

Japanese rider Tetsuta Nagashima, who crashed in practice, had a difficult end to the race in the scorching heat and could only manage 11th, but kept the championship lead, two points ahead of Bastianini.

Marco Bezzechi, who started from pole position, finished third, completing an all-Italian podium.

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