Le Mans MotoGP Ratings: What scores do Bagnaia and Rins get after costly errors | MotoGP

Enea Bastianini – 10 

(Qualified 5th, finished 1st)

For the third time this season, Enea Bastianini’s incredible late race pace proved too hot to handle for his rivals. The Gresini Ducati rider made a brilliant start as he slotted into second behind Jack Miller, and although a small mistake saw him lose two places, Bastianini proved that overtaking despite tyre pressures going through the roof is possible. Bastianini made his first move for the lead with six laps to go, but long-time leader Francesco Bagnaia responded immediately to regain 1st place at turn six. However, back-to-back mistakes from the factory rider gifted Bastianini a clear passage to victory later in the lap. 

Jack Miller – 9

(Qualified 2nd, finished 2nd)

One of his best rides of the year, if not the best, Miller was ultra consistent as he never fell outside of the podium places. The Australian was unable to go with Bagnaia and Bastianini shortly after mid-race distance, however, it remained a strong performance from the three-time MotoGP race winner, and one that could be big in his efforts to keep hold of his factory ride. 

Aleix Espargaro – 9

(Qualified 3rd, finished 3rd) 

2022 just keeps getting better and better for Aleix Espargaro as the Aprilia rider claimed his third consecutive MotoGP podium, which is also his fourth in the last six races – includes his maiden win in Argentina. Espargaro was slightly fortunate as Bagnaia and both Suzuki’s crashed whilst ahead, but Espargaro delivered a great performance nonetheless to gain ground in the championship on Fabio Quartararo, after he held off the Frenchman during the final five laps. 

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