MotoGp of Spain, the Spanish fort, was put to fire by the Ducati and the Italians: 1st Miller, 2nd Bagnaia (leader) and 3rd Morbidelli.
Jerez de la Frontera was conquered by two Ducatis, with the Australian Jack Miller in the lead, followed by the desmosedici of Pecco Bagnaia and the Yamaha of Franco Morbidelli.
Started with the third time, from the front row, Miller he immediately took the lead after the start, but was then overtaken by Quarterly on the fourth lap slipping to second place.
The Devil he held the lead, for several laps, making everyone believe he had the race in his pocket, but that was not the case. A physical problem suddenly forced him to let go of the gas, or rather, the clutch, giving up his position to all the riders behind him.
The pilot of the DucatiLenovoTeam however, he tried to contain the gap from the French driver and then took advantage of his difficulties towards the middle of the race, continuing to push until he reached him and overtook him with ten laps to go.
Miller has thus crossed the finish line at the first place, giving Ducati its second success at Jerez della Frontera after the last victory obtained with Capirossi in 2006 and added 25 points to his overall standings, which currently sees him sixth.
Excellent race also for Francis Bagnaia, started with the fourth time from the second row on the grid. Third on the first lap, the Italian driver then slipped behind Alex Espargaro e Franco Morbidelli, but thanks to a steady pace he managed to catch both and overtake them. On lap 18, Bagnaia finally passed too Quarterly, moving up behind Jack Miller and closed the GP in second position, taking the lead in the overall drivers standings, with a point ahead of Quartararo.
With Rins fell almost immediately, Morbidely raged against Nakagami and Mir, closing at third place a fantastic race that has the flavor of victory for him. Bad Rossi starting to feel totally out of the game, while Marquez still has a lot to work on to get back to showing what he's worth.
We just have to wait for the next MotoGp of Les Mans to see what will happen in these early stages of the world championship.