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Dennis Foggia is already a contender for the Moto3 title in 2021. The Italian rider has won the race with authority at Misano, dominating the race from the moment Romano Fenati, who was leading the pack, crashed. The Husqvarna was repeating Silverstone, but made a mistake in a corner.
Sergio García has been able to cut some points with respect to Pedro Acosta Thanks to the fact that he escaped in the group in front, but was unable to get on the podium, he finished in fourth position and is tied on points with Foggia in the world championship. Acosta has finally been seventh and saves a lot of furniture.
Fenati fell when he was leading solo
At the start Romano Fenati held the first position ahead of Niccolò Antonelli and Andrea Migno. Pedro Acosta was behind Sergio García, while Fenati began to pull very hard from the group. The Italians were leading the race solidly, and Dennis Foggia was beginning to make his way.
Fenati was shooting very decisively, seeking to escape alone. Behind Acosta was beginning to drop from the group in which Sergio García was, that could give a good blow in the world-wide one. Eight pilots were the ones who were ahead of the rest, looking for the victory to be played by themselves.
Xavi Artigas had to comply with a 'Long Lap Penalty' that forced him to leave the group, and Antonelli slipped into a curve leaving Fenati as the solo leader. It was almost two seconds that the Italian Husqvarna had an advantage over the group. Way to win solo like at Silverstone.
Ten laps from the end came the great theatrical blow of the race with the fall of Romano Fenati when he was already three seconds ahead. Their victory was being ruined, leaving a group of six pilots battling for victory. Dennis Foggia was the one who seemed to want to take the reins of the race.
Acosta was losing positions, already rolling ninth. The unknown was how far Sergio García was going to go, who was third but fighting with Antonelli and Jaume Masià. Foggia was slightly prominent over Andrea Migno, which was the second, but with Antonelli getting closer and closer.
Victory for Dennis Foggia, who is second in the general classification. Two other Italian riders, Antonelli and Migno, take the podium with him. Fourth position for Sergio García and Pedro Acosta finally crosses the finish line in seventh place. The Murcian now has a new rival for the world title.