There were no additional points for the Suzuki Ecstar rider in the race at Portimao, Sunday (22/11/2020) evening WIB. Joan Mir didn’t even finish the race.
At the start of the race MotoGP Portugal 2020, Joan Mir almost fell in Turn 3 after bumping into Johann Zarco. At the same corner on the opening lap, he also had a touch with Francesco Bagnaia. The two incidents apparently had negative results.
As a result of the incident, Joan Mir was forced to turn right into the garage when the race entered the 16th lap. The motorbike reportedly stalled due to electronic problems so it was unable to continue.
“I don’t know whether the impact of the incident with Zarco or with Pecco, somehow it seems to have an impact on the electronics of the bike and then I no longer have traction,” he said. Joan Mir as reported by Autosport.
For the third time on MotoGP 2020Joan Mir did not manage to score any points and ended a series of 10 races that always finished for him – including the seven podiums that included one win.
The result in the final series was an anticlimax for Joan Mir because consistency in getting points was the key that led her to become a champion. MotoGP 2020.
In MotoGP 2020, Joan Mir actually only won once. Defeated a lot than Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli (three wins each), or Miguel Oliveira (two wins).
However, Joan Mir’s consistency in general is more prominent so that he can emerge as a 2020 MotoGP champion. MotoGP Portugal 2020 became an anticlimax for the 23-year-old Spanish rider because he couldn’t even add points due to a stagnant motorbike.
Spanish MotoGP: –
Andalusian MotoGP: 11 points, finished third
Czech MotoGP: –
Austrian MotoGP: 20 points
Styria MotoGP: 13 points
San Marino MotoGP: 16 points
MotoGP Emillia Romagna: 20 points
Catalunya MotoGP: 20 points
French MotoGP: 5 points
Aragon MotoGP: 16 points
MotoGP Teruel: 16 points
European MotoGP: 25 points
Valencia MotoGP: 9 points
MotoGP Portugal: –
(krs / aff)