‘Dark Horse’ Bezecchi wins the French Grand Prix… Second top this season
Marco Bezecchi (24, Italy, Ducati VR46), who has emerged as a dark horse in MotoGP (MotoGP: Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing), embraced his second championship cup this season.
Bezecchi won메이저놀이터 the 2023 MotoGP round 5 French Grand Prix final race held at the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans, France on the 14th (Korean time) with a record of 41 minutes 37 seconds 970.
Jorge Martin (25, Spain) came in second, followed by Johan Zarco (32, France, Ducati).
MotoGP is a racing sport called ‘Formula One (F1) of motorcycles’. MotoGP, the pinnacle of motorcycle competitions, is gaining great popularity in Europe, South America and Southeast Asia. A total of 21 rounds of this season will be held around the world until November.
Bezecchi, who challenged MotoGP in earnest last year, reached the podium once. Having finished 14th in his MotoGP debut season, he has won two victories until the fifth round of this season.
▲ Marco Bezecchi racing at the 2023 MotoGP Round 5 French Grand Prix
Bezecchi won the Argentine Grand Prix in the second round, which ended on the 2nd of last month at the Argentine National Circuit in Termas de Riodo, Argentina. Climbing to the top of MotoGP for the first time in his life, he blew the champagne out of the hard-fought contenders in round 5.
Bezecchi, who maintained the lead until the end of the race, shook off Martin’s relentless pursuit. He passed Martin by 4 seconds on the final lap, and was the final winner.
Bezechi, who won his second win in the season, chased the leader Francesco Bagnaia (26, Italy, Ducati, 94 points) by one point with 93 season ranking points.
Last year’s MotoGP World Champion Bagnaia won the opening round of this year’s Portuguese Grand Prix and the fourth round of the Spanish Grand Prix. At the French Grand Prix, he took the pole position (front of the starting grid) and tried to win his third victory.
However, he failed to finish the race and ended the event.
Brad Binder (28, South Africa, KTM), who is running third in the season rankings, rose to sixth. Runner-up Martin finished 4th in the World Champion standings with 80 season ranking points.
▲ Marco Bezecchi popping champagne after winning the 2023 MotoGP Round 5 French Grand Prix
Fabio Quartararo (24, France, Yamaha), who was the 2021 World Champion and competed for the season championship with Bagnaia until the end of last year, had to settle for 7th place in the competition held at home.
The next round of MotoGP will be held on the 11th of next month in San Piero Aciebe, Italy.
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Marco Bezecchi (24, Italy, Ducati VR46), who has emerged as a dark horse in MotoGP (MotoGP: Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing), embraced his second championship cup this season. Bezecchi won메이저놀이터 the 2023 MotoGP round 5 French Grand Prix final race held at the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans, France on the 14th (Korean time) with a…