Portuguese GP – Johann Zarco went from eighth to fourth in the last two laps of the race, while it was a difficult Sunday for Martin.

The  Prima Pramac Racing team achieved a positive result in today’s MotoGP race. Rider Johann Zarco finished in fourth place after a tough and hard-fought race.

Zarco had a good start, starting from the second row, but lost a few positions in the early stages of the race. However, he showed his determination and began to make up ground, overtaking his rivals and securing the final third place.

Unfortunately, his teammate Jorge Martin was involved in a collision which made him lose any hope of fighting for the podium and he subsequently crashed, forcing him to retire. Despite this, the Pramac Racing team is satisfied with the result achieved today and will look ahead to the next race with renewed determination.

The next MotoGP race will be held in Argentina next week, and the Pramac Racing team will prepare themselves as best as possible to try to achieve another positive result.

Jorge Martín

“It was a difficult race for me today. I had a good start and felt good, but unfortunately after the collision with Marc, I lost too many positions and the chances of reaching the podium were gone. Due to the damages to the bike and the physical impact, I also crashed. I am disappointed in myself and for the Pramac Racing team.

I can’t wait to get back on the bike and show my potential. I want to thank the team for their support and for the great work done throughout the weekend. We will continue to work hard to improve and achieve positive results in the next race.

I also thank the fans for their support and the encouragement they have given me. I will come back stronger than ever.”

Johann Zarco

“I am very happy with today’s result. I had a good start, but lost a few positions in the early laps. I continued to push and fight and in the end, I managed to reach fourth place. It’s a great result for me and the Pramac Racing team.

The circuit was very challenging, but I focused on my riding and tried to stay consistent. I am happy to have brought home this result for the team and all of our sponsors.

I thank my team for the great work done during the weekend and all the fans who supported us. Now we look ahead to the next race and will continue to work hard to improve even more.”

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