PORTIMAU, Portugal: Miguel Olivera took the biggest advantage of winning the last motor GP race of the season in Portugal on Sunday.
Jack Miller’s second place ensured that Ducati sealed the title of builder.
Oliveira won her first victory in Austria in August by winning the title in Portimau, her first race in the Premier Class in her home country.
The KTM Tech 3 rider’s victory meant that there was no one to win the 10th race, with Fabio Quartarro, Brad Binder, Andrea Daviesuso, Franco Morbidelli, Mauric Vaniels, Danilo Petrocchi, Alex Runs and Mir at an extreme end. Make nine winners. Unexpected World Championship.
Morbidelli topped the runners-up battle for the top spot despite finishing second in the Australian Miller’s last lap.
The Italian finished 13 points behind Morbedeli Mir in the overall standings, confirming his first world title in Valencia last weekend.
Miller’s strong success, meanwhile, ensured that Ducati claimed the title of builder for the first time since 2007 at the expense of Suzuki, whose hopes were dashed after a disappointing week for Mir.
Mir started in Race 20 and had to retire due to electronic problems, but Spinard will not worry about being too upset, he has become the first Suzuki rider since 2000 to become the first Suzuki champion.
Alex Runs finished third overall and Mauric Vaniels finished fourth, meaning Spain were proud of three of the top four in the championship. Frenchman Fabio Quarto, who won the first two races of the season, finished fifth.
Portimau has been hosting the country’s first race in the championship since 2012, with Oliveira already posting a record time qualifying on Saturday.
He started from the pole position and guided himself completely to complete the fairy tale, the only shame was that there were no fans in Algarve to watch him.
Oliveira still celebrates today, carrying the Portuguese flag in her lap.
Nine-time champion Valentino Rossi, meanwhile, continued the disappointing end of the season for Yamaha at No. 12, with Rasi making his final appearance before becoming a satellite team in 2021.
Call Crouchlo from the UK was also bidding farewell to his full-time MotoGP career. He enjoyed a quick start but faded, back to 13th.
Australian Remy Gardner won his first M22 with the 2020 world champion with Italy’s Aina Bastianini in Portimao.
Spaniard Raul Fernandez won the Moto 3 race after compatriot Albert Arenas finished 12th after a thrilling final this season.