This Sunday, Miguel Oliveira ended the MotoGP World Championship 2020 season in the best possible way, winning the Portuguese Grand Prix, which took place in Portimão.
The Portuguese rider did not make it easy and, after starting from pole position for the first time in his career, dominated from start to finish, thus winning the second race in the top echelon of world motorcycling.
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The man from KTM Tech3 rocked the track at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve to such an extent that he ended up with a 3,193 second advantage over second-placed Jack Miller. The last place on the podium was given to Franco Morbidelli.
Miguel Oliveira thus ends the season in ninth place in the MotoGP World Championship, with 125 points. The champion, as was already known, is Joan Mir (who was forced to abandon the race), followed by Franco Morbidelli and Álex Rins.