Austin (dpa) – In a moto2 race with many falls, the 29-year-old Landsberger in Austin also took advantage of his opponents’ mistakes and just missed the podium. In the overall standings, Schröter improved by four places and is tenth in the drivers’ standings after the first four races.
“It was a really tough race. But I had a good feeling. We had a strong race today and we were rewarded,” said Schrotter, looking forward to the next world championship race in two weeks’ time in Portimão, Portugal. “.
Italian Tony Arbolino claimed his first Moto2 World Championship win in Texas. Japan’s Ai Ogura and Britain’s Jake Dixon completed the podium. Celestino Fetti fell from Italy but maintained his overall lead.
The victory in the motorcycle race went to Inna Bastianini. With his second win of the season, the Italian regained the lead in the overall standings. And the Spanish Alex Rins (Suzuki) won the second place. Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) led the race for a long time but fell back to third in the closing stages. Former World Champion Marc Marquez (Honda) missed his start, slashing his way across the field from last and still finishing sixth.
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