The 2022 JapaneseGp winner is Jack Miller, what a race for Jack. This is the first win for him since 2021 FrancoGp.
As always a disaster race for Bagnaia, Ducati team manager Davide Tardozzi said Francesco Bagnaia apologized for crashing out of the Japanese MotoGP and costing himself crucial points.
Bagnaia slid out in the late stages at the Twin Ring Motegi Circuit after almost making contact with Fabio Quartararo, who lead the 2022 MotoGP World Championship.
Pecco already said that he’s sorry for the stupid overthinking mistake and also he was not able to accelerate out of the corner like the other Ducatis.