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Miguel Oliveira always in the Top 5 in the last 4 Moto GP races

The Portuguese KTM driver solidified his 7th position in the world championship when practically half of the world championship was raced

After having held seven In the Motocycling World Championship, Miguel Oliveira in KTM Red Bull Factory Racing is in the 7th position of the championship with 85 points, after the 5th place in Assen (see the current classification in the associated gallery)

Fifth place in Moto Assen GP

Although leader Fabio Quartararo already has 156 points, which is a significant advantage, it is not to be underestimated, Oliveira’s performance even against Brad Binder, his teammate at KTM, which now occupies the 9th position, 25 points behind the national pilot.


And it’s more or less this score that di sta Miguel from the 3rd position of the championship occupied by Franscesco Bagnaia, in Ducati (with 109 points)

In the last four races the Portuguese driver has always managed to stay in the TOP5, with one win, two second places and this weekend a fifth place at Assen. A remarkable performance when many predicted the worst after the result in the Moto GP de Portimão.

Remember the Algarve GP here

The fact is that this is already one of the best sequels of his career in all categories and Miguel Oliveira has reasons to smile.


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Oliveira or Einstein from Paddock

If nothing has to be changed due to any complications caused by the pandemic situation, the platoon will then move on to Silverstone, UK (August 29), Aragon, Spain (September 12), San Marino, Italy (September 19th), then leaving Europe.

The GP of America (October 3rd), Thailand (October 17th), Australia will follow (October 24th), Malaysia (October 31st) and the last race could be the Valencia GP, in Spain (November 14th). There are still doubts about the possibility of holding the Argentine GP, which was postponed to a date not yet announced and which would then be the last race of the season.


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Sandra Loyd
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