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The Portuguese driver Miguel Oliveira, who last year gave all the Portuguese great joy, winning the race, this year was not happy, with a fall on the sixth and today on the sixth lap, finished in 16th place.
At the Grand Prix of Portugal in MotoGP that took place at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, Fabio Quartararo emerged victorious, with the Portuguese rider finishing in 16th place without scoring.
Miguel Oliveira, started from the fourth row of the starting grid, after suffering a fall during the qualifying phase, which left him weakened, and on the sixth lap when he was travelling at close to 100 km / h, on turn 14, he returned to losing control of the bike.
The Almada driver still did not give up and finished the race, but he was not the only one to suffer in the Algarve, Johann Zarco, Álex Rins, Valentino Rossi and Jack Miller also fell, being forced to give up.
Fabio Quartararo was the seller of the Portuguese GP followed by Francesco Bagnaia and Joan Mir.
Sporting excellence that even @Cristiano would be proud of! 😎
— MotoGP™🏁 (@MotoGP) April 18, 2021