If we had to choose a race to see each other or all of the MotoGP World Championship races, this should be the one we have just contemplated in the Moto3 GP of Japan. In the absence of three corners to the end we had six pilots fighting for the victory, and three entering in parallel in search of the first position.
In the end and after a tremendous error of … we told you now, Álex Márquez took the victory ahead of Efrén Vázquez and Brad Binder. The Estrella Galicia 0,0 driver is now a little more leader with three races to go.
The light went out and Danny Kent from the pole went very well, like Jack Miller and Niccolò Antonelli. Álex Márquez also joined the group in front while behind, Álex Rins was played in the first corner (where Niklas Ajo, Scott Deroue and Hikari Okubo would fall) and went to the twentieth position.
Ahead, Antonelli had some problems and began to fall several positions. A group of six pilots was formed by Jack Miller, Danny Kent, Brad Binder, Miguel Oliveira, Alex Marquez and John McPhee lap after lap were exchanging positions.
Behind and in the second group, Efrén Vázquez led and even began to cut time to those in front who, with the fight, did not shoot as fast as they could. For his part, Alex Rins was gradually recovering positions.
To 12 for the end, Efrén Vázquez contacted with the head sextet, which already had several laps commanded by Jack Miller and Álex Márquez that did not give him half a meter of advantage. Behind the fight for the other positions changed each curve.
Two laps later, a moment of tension in one of the tunnels with the fall of Jakub Kornfeil and Jorge Navarro, with the bikes in the middle of the track, although luckily nothing else happened. One lap later, it was Miguel Oliveira who went to the ground after a tremendous highside, after taking the Mahindra always over the limit to be able to fight with the KTM, Honda and Husqvarna.
Until the last lap there was more or less a quiet moment, at least ahead of Jack Miller leading and Alex Rins. Behind, not because everyone wanted to be well placed for the last turn. Something that Danny Kent did with a lot of cleverness, that slipped in second and prevented Marquez from launching his attack.
On the back straight Danny Kent went to the right and even passed Jack Miller over the grass. Álex Márquez more to the right, tried to pass to the Australian by speed but in the braking, both Kent and Miller entered very past and went away. Márquez, very smart, braked before, let them go long and took the lead while the KTM and the Husqvarna exchanged paint under the last tunnel, also being overtaken by Efrén Vázquez and Brad Binder, and even by John McPhee who finished in fourth position . Magnificent career!