Portuguese started from 10th place on the grid, but managed a comfortable lead for the final laps, achieving a final triumph before the rise to MotoGP.
“I hope to enjoy Valencia and, above all, to leave the team with another victory. Valencia is a circuit that fits very well with KTM and with my style. Miguel Oliveira before his departure for the last Grand Prix of the year.
After starting the race in Valencia in 10th place, the Portuguese went up positions to lead the race and this Sunday once again heard the Portuguese anthem on the lands of our brothers.
With a flawless race on a circuit he knows well, the Portuguese finished 2nd in the Moto2 World Championship, closing the season with a reduced margin (nine points) in the leaderboard, Francesco Bagnaia (306 points).
It should be noted that the Portuguese finished the year with three victories, having reached the end in all races, totalling 12 podiums in total, an impressive record before the rise to MotoGP.