On MotoGP Portugal which was held at Autodromo Algavre, Portimao, Sunday (11/22/2020) evening WIB, Miguel Oliveira won it after smoking Jack Miller and Franco Morbidelli.
Oliveira successfully won her second race this season, having previously triumphed in the Styria MotoGP. However, Oliveira only finished ninth in the standings with 125 points.
Meanwhile, Joan Mir has locked the title since the Valencia race last week. Unfortunately, Mir failed to add points after not finishing in this race and surviving with 171 points.
Mir “only” is 13 points ahead of runner-up Franco Morbidelli who finished third in the Portuguese MotoGP. Morbidelli successfully locked in second place with 158 points, 19 ahead of Alex Rins who finished third.
Andrea Dovizioso closed his career at Ducati by finishing fourth thanks to 135 points followed by Pol Espargaro (135 points), Maverick Vinales (132 points), Jack Miller (132 points), and Fabio Quartararo (127 points).
Quartararo has certainly been the rider on his most stifling journey this season. After a long time at the top of the standings, Quartararo drastically dropped his position because he only collected 21 points from the last six series.
Completing the top 10 position in the final standings is Takaaki Nakagami with 116 points. Alex Marquez in his debut season finished 14th with 74 points, while Valentino Rossi was level below him with 66 points.
MotoGP 2020 final standings Photo: AP / Armando Franca
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