Moto GP-2 Grand Prix Portugal 2022: Accident News, Winners List All You Need To Know

The 2022 Moto GP-2 Grand Prix of Portugal was held on April 24, 2022 at 17:30 (EST). The venue for the race was the international circuit of the Algarve, Portugal. The riders suffer a serious accident in the Moto GP-2 Grand Prix of Portugal. With 15 laps to go in Sunday’s race at the Algarve International Circuit, it suddenly started to rain. Due to this rain, the balance of the riders was disturbed.

8 cyclists had an accident near the second corner. Their bikes collided with each other. But it was good, the competition was successfully held at last.

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Moto GP-2 Grand Prix Portugal 2022: Accident News

In fact, in First, Jonta van der Gorberg’s bike from the Netherlands caught fire. Before long, 7 other cyclists were also trapped in it. After this, the cyclists had to leave their bikes.

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The race had to be stopped for a while due to the accident. MotoGP confirmed that all the riders are safe. French Yamaha rider Fabio Quarterrero became the champion.

Moto GP-2 Portugal Grand Prix 2022: List of winners

Fabio Quartararo of France is the winner of the 2022 Moto GP-2 Grand Prix of Portugal. He is the player for the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team. The list of drivers who got their place in the competition is as follows.

Position Name of the driver Synchronization Points
one F.Quartararo Yamaha 0:41:39.611 25
two J. Zarco Ducati +5,409s twenty
3 A. Espargaro Aprilia +6,068s sixteen
4 A. suzuki wheels +9.633s 13
5 M. Oliveira KTM +13,573s eleven

Need to make the race safer

For a long time there has been talk of making more security arrangements at these events. The flames that rise on the international circuit have once again given birth to this debate. However, MotoGP has confirmed that all the riders involved in the accident are safe.

American runner Cameron Beaubier said of the whole incident: “To be honest, it was very scary. What matters is that we are all safe and well.”

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