There is a constant in Andrea Dovizioso's career: her sweetest days, her best times, always end with another pilot dragging with him spectacularly. Andrea Ianonne in 2016, Aleix Espargaró in 2017, Jorge Lorenzo in 2018 and this 2019, again Jorge Lorenzo in Montmeló and Fabio Quartararo this Sunday in Silverstone. In the first corner of the first round, the young Frenchman fell at Dovizioso's feet and he ended up in the air next to his Ducati, who set fire. For several seconds the Italian remained motionless on the gravel and in the end they had to take him on a stretcher to a mobile clinic where, early in the afternoon, they still did not offer information about his physical condition. The second abandonment of Dovizioso in this World Cup was again due to other people's causes and thus, this is impossible.

To snatch a MotoGP title from one of the most skilled riders of all time, Marc Márquez , you need both talent and luck and the Ducati leader may have the first, but absolutely lacks the second. After his second victory of the season in Austria, he promised an impossible comeback, a winning streak could still introduce him to the miracle, and to the first ...

His retirement extended to 78 points the advantage of Márquez as leader of the championship and the only doubt is where he will celebrate the achievement of it. Six times MotoGP champion, getting closer to the legends of Giacomo Agostini and Valentino Rossi, but the Honda leader finished the crestfallen race, with his usual broken smile. On the day he won the most, he actually lost. Although the fall of Dovizioso raised him in the championship, Álex Rins snatched the victory by only 13 thousandths over the very finish line. It was another demonstration that, although there is no better pilot than him, in closed duels, melee, Márquez finds his weak point.

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