This season’s MotoGP riders are competing tightly in the 5th series Styria, which takes place at the Red Bull Ring Circuit, Austria. In the end, Red Bull KTM Tech 3 rider, Miguel Oliveira managed to be the fastest, in other words, he won his first victory.
Not only that, thanks to this victory, Oliveira automatically became the first Portuguese rider to be able to win a MotoGP race. Interestingly, he also represented Red Bull KTM Tech 3’s first win in MotoGP.
This victory broke Ducati’s dominance at the Circuit since 2016.
Pramac Racing racer, Jack Miller returned to finish in 2nd place, continuing his record in the previous series in the same place. The last podium was won by Pol Espargaro.
Although there are no fatal accidents like what happened in the previous series. The race was stopped after Maverick Vinales hit the parapet at turn one which caused the wind fence to be damaged.
The incident occurred on lap 17, which was caused by a brake problem on the YZR M1 mount. Luckily, Vinales did not experience significant injuries.
Meanwhile, here are the results of this season’s Styria MotoGP:
Miguel Oliveira – Red Bull KTM Tech3
Jack Miller – Pramac Ducati
Pol Espargaro – Red Bull KTM Factory
Joan Mir – Suzuki Ecstar
Andrea Dovizioso – Ducati Team
Alex Rins – Suzuki Ecstar
Takaaki Nakagami – LCR Honda
Brad Binder – Red Bull KTM Factory
Valentino Rossi – Monster Yamaha
Iker Lecuona – Red Bull KTM Tech3
Danilo Petrucci – Ducati Team
Aleix Espargaro – Aprilia Gresini
Fabio Quartararo – Petronas Yamaha
Johann Zarco – Reale Avintia Ducati
Franco Morbidelli – Petronas Yamaha
Alex Marquez – Repsol Honda
Cal Crutchlow – LCR Honda
Stefan Bradl – Repsol Honda
Bradley Smith – Aprilia Gresini
Michele Pirro – Ducati Team
Tito Rabat – Reale Avintia Ducati
This victory made Migue Oliveira immediately rise to 9th place in the standings. The table is still led by Fabio Quartararo with a collection of 70 points.