The 14 options that make Quartararo champion of MotoGP in Misano

Until of 14 title balls has Fabio Quartararo at this weekend’s meeting at Marco Simoncelli to be crowned MotoGP champion for the first time. And is that 52 points clear of Francesco Bagnaia that the Frenchman brings to the Emilia Romagna GP are a treasure with only 75 at stake, those from this event plus the 25 from Portimao 2 and the other 25 from Valencia. The most direct combination that makes the Yamaha champion is win the race or finish ahead of the Ducati rider, Whatever the position, because Joan Mir, 79 away, no longer counts, but there are many more …

Quartararo will be champion if …

-If you win the race.

-If you finish 2nd and Bagnaia does not win.

-If you finish 3rd and Bagnaia does not get on the podium.

-If you finish 4th or 5th and Bagnaia doesn’t get on the podium.

-If he finishes 6th or 7th and Bagnaia does not exceed fifth place.

-If he finishes 8th and Bagnaia does not exceed sixth place.

-If he finishes 9th and Bagnaia does not exceed seventh place.

-If you finish 10th and Bagnaia does not exceed eighth place.

-If you finish 11th and Bagnaia does not exceed ninth place.

-If he finishes 12th and Bagnaia does not exceed tenth place.

-If he finishes 13th and Bagnaia does not exceed eleventh place.

-If he finishes 14th and Bagnaia does not exceed twelfth place.

-If he finishes 15th and Bagnaia does not exceed thirteenth place.

-If you do not score and Bagnaia does not exceed fourteenth place.

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A very recent antecedent

Quartararo and Bagnaia’s last visit to Marco Simoncelli is very recent. Specifically two races ago, just before Austin. Then The Italian took the victory with the French signing a fantastic second place, achieved based on tracing. That September day they were both very happy, because for Ducati it was their second consecutive win and for the Yamaha save a delicate weekend, after which he left with 48 points in front of the general.

In addition to that good memory, the MotoGP leader keeps another pleasant performance in his memory, because it was here where he fought for the first time with Marc Márquez in a duel for the victory until the last lap. It happened in 2019 and then it was the Spanish who took the lead, but now it is the French who can be crowned champion, with a much more accessible combination of results than Pedro Acosta has in Moto3.

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