The second European Grand Prix, after the double win in Losail, Qatar, and the Grand Prix of Portugal, confirmed some of the values in the field, but also revealed some surprises.
The first one was the unexpected drop of Fabio Quartararo who, after having dominated at the beginning of the race, had to surrender to a new attack of the compartment syndrome that made him fall as low as 13th position, leaving the way clear to the Ducati couple Miller-Bagnaia.
In Jerez we also saw again the best Morbidelli who, with his 2019 Yamaha M1, did not miss the podium. Podium that instead is still just a mirage for two of the most expected riders: Marc Marquez, only 9th and Valentino Rossi, even out of the points. If for the Spaniard it is a matter of regaining his physical form, for the Italian it is imperative to stop this downward spiral. A spiral in which Honda is also wrapped up and, despite being fourth with Nakagami (at the wheel of the RC213-V with 2020 chassis) is visibly struggling with all its other riders.
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