MotoGP: Race Results From Jerez

MotoGP: Race Results From Jerez

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.

FIM MotoGP World Championship

Circuito de Jerez, Spain

July 19, 2020

Race Results (all using Michelin tires):

  1. Fabio Quartararo, France (Yamaha), Total Race Time 41 minutes, 23.796 seconds
  2. Maverick Vinales, Spain (Yamaha), -4.603 seconds
  3. Andrea Dovizioso, Italy (Ducati), -5.946
  4. Jack Miller, Australia (Ducati), -6.668
  5. Franco Morbidelli, Italy (Yamaha), -6.844
  6. Pol Espargaro, Spain (KTM), -6.938
  7. Francesco Bagnaia, Italy (Ducati), -13.027
  8. Miguel Oliveira, Portugal (KTM), -13.441
  9. Danilo Petrucci, Italy (Ducati), -19.651
  10. Takaaki Nakagami, Japan (Honda), -21.553
  11. Johann Zarco, France (Ducati), -25.100
  12. Alex Marquez, Spain (Honda), -27.350
  13. Brad Binder, South Africa (KTM), -29.640
  14. Tito Rabat, Spain (Ducati), -32.898
  15. Bradley Smith, UK (Aprilia), -39.682
  16. Marc Marquez, Spain (Honda), -4 laps, DNF, crash
  17. Iker Lecuona, Spain (KTM), -6 laps, DNF, retired
  18. Valentino Rossi, Italy (Yamaha), -7 laps, DNF, retired
  19. Aleix Espargaro, Spain (Aprilia), -23 laps, DNF, crash
  20. Joan Mir, Spain (Suzuki), -24 laps, DNF, crash
  21. Cal Crutchlow, UK (Honda), DNS
  22. Alex Rins, Spain (Suzuki), DNS



More, from a press release issued by Repsol Honda:

Marc Marquez suffers broken right humerus in Jerez

A fall at Turn 3 while fighting for the podium has resulted in a broken right humerus for the reigning World Champion, who will travel to Barcelona for surgery.

After mounting an incredible comeback in the Spanish GP, Marc Marquez suffered a high side at Turn 3 and came down heavily on his right arm. As a result, the eight-time World Champion has suffered a transverse diaphyseal fracture to his right humerus. MotoGP medical staff have confirmed there is no other serious head or thoracic trauma but will remain under observation for 12 hours.

Marquez will travel to the Hospital Universitari Dexeus in Barcelona on Monday, July 20 and is aiming to be operated on by Dr Xavier Mir and his team on Tuesday, July 21st.

Recovery time is as yet unknown, the Repsol Honda Team will provide an update after the operation.

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