Complete Moto3 and Moto2 results

The 22-lap Moto3 race at Buriram was the first competition on the bill on Sunday, with Foggia nearly running from start to finish on his Honda Leopard.

The Italian switched pole to knockout and secured an early advantage, while title rivals Izan Guevara and Sergio Garcia of Aspar GasGas attempted to recover from 11th and 20th positions on the grid.

Garcia’s already fading title prospects were dealt another blow at the end of the opening lap when he was knocked down by Ajo KTM from Adrian Fernandez.

Guevara had strayed from the leading group headed by Foggia and would not be able to enter a competition for the podium.

Foggia briefly lost the lead when he went off the track in the last corner on lap 13, but quickly reclaimed the place and lost a 1.5sec lead to claim a potentially decisive win to boost his outdoor championship hopes.

Max Racing Husqvarna’s Ayomo Sasaki beat Honda’s SIC58’s Riccardo Rossi for second, while MTA’s Stephan Niepa beat Guevara for fourth.

But Guevara’s result combined with teammate Garcia’s crash means the former goes to the Australian Grand Prix in two weeks’ time with his first chance of winning the 2022 Moto3 title as he now has a 49-point lead over Foggia – with Garcia dropping to third by 56 points. Leadership.

MT Helmets KTM rider Diogo Moreira completed the top six ahead of Andrea Migno’s Snipers Honda, with Ajo KTM’s Jaume Masia, BOE Motorsports David Munoz and his sister MT Helmets bike Ryusei Yamanaka completing the top ten.

Moto3 Thailand Grand Prix – Race Results

Tony Arbolino, Team Marc VDS Racing

Tony Arbolino, Team Marc VDS Racing

Photo by: Gold and Goose / motorsports pictures

The start of the Moto2 race was initially delayed due to rain while the field was lined up on slick tyres.

The race was shortened from 24 laps to 16 laps, and half of the race was conducted before deteriorating conditions pushed it into a red flag.

A five-lap restart was scheduled to finish the race, but the arrival of more rain on the Vision lap canceled that and declared the result with half the points awarded.

Up front when the red flag debuted, Marc VDS rider Tony Arbolino – who passed Gresini’s Filip Salac before stopping – was declared the first-time winner of Moto2.

Salak climbed to the first podium in second while Aaron Kanye finished third after taking an early lead after Pullman Sumkyat Shantra crashed.

Jake Dixon with Aspar came fourth, ahead of Speed ​​Up’s Alonso Lopez, Honda Team Asia’s Ai Ogura, title contender Augusto Fernandez and Joe Roberts (Italtrans), VR46 Yamaha Master rider Keminth Kubo and Celestino Vietti (VR46).

With half a point awarded, Ajo KTM’s Fernandes holds 1.5 points over Ogura who goes to Australia in two weeks.

Moto2 Thailand Grand Prix – Race Results

both no Rider bicycle the difference
1 14 Tony Arbolino calyx / victory
2 12 Philip Sly calyx / victory 0.251
3 40 Arin Kanye calyx / victory 3.112
4 96 Jake Dixon calyx / victory 3.268
5 21 Alonso Lopez Boscoscuro / Triumph 4.137
6 79 I Ogura calyx / victory 5.715
7 37 Augusto Fernandez calyx / victory 9.862
8 16 Joe Roberts calyx / victory 1 roll
9 81 Kimment Kubo calyx / victory 1 roll
10 13 Celestino Fetti calyx / victory 1 roll
11 4 Sean Kelly calyx / victory 1 roll
12 7 Barry Baltus calyx / victory 1 roll
13 29 Taiga Hada calyx / victory 1 roll
14 75 Albert Arenas calyx / victory 1 roll
15th 23 Marcel Schrötter calyx / victory 1 roll
16 51 Pedro Acosta calyx / victory 1 roll
17 84 Zonta van den Goorbergh calyx / victory 1 roll
18 64 Bo Bindsneider calyx / victory 1 roll
19 22 Sam Louise calyx / victory 1 roll
20 9 Jorge Navarro calyx / victory 1 roll
21 61 a calyx / victory 1 roll
22 28 Niccol Antonelli calyx / victory 1 roll
23 42 Marcos Ramirez MV Agusta / Triumph 1 roll
24 24 Simon Corsi MV Agusta / Triumph 1 roll
25 18 Manuel Gonzalez calyx / victory 2 laps
19 El Dalla Porta calyx / victory the retirement
52 Jeremy Cuba calyx / victory the retirement
54 Fermin Eldegger Boscoscuro / Triumph the retirement
35 Shantra Sumkyat calyx / victory the retirement
6 Cameron Popper calyx / victory the retirement

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