Moto 2, Celestino Vietti behind Acosta
Moto2 , results
Pedro Acosta (Red Bull KTM Ajo) stretches in the standings by climbing on the highest step of the podium in the home race of the direct rival in the title race and the rider who had most threatened him in practice.
On Sunday in Misano, the Spaniard è in fact managed to hold off Celestino Vietti (Fantic Racing), who was able to snatch the pole position on Saturday, and put even more sù space between sé and Tony Arbolino (Elf Marc VDS Racing Team) in the standings, where he now sails at + 34.
The number 37 in the intermediate class set his pace from the first lap, in which he immediately tried to give a tear between sé and Vietti.
The home pilot però did not let up and in the middle stages of the race reduced the gap from the leader, before a long series of spectacular maneuvers in which è managed to avoid the fall despite repeated losses of grip on his Kalex.
Warnings, these, which then saw the’Italian pull away until he cashed in over six seconds behind under the checkered flag, with third place going to Alonso Lopez (Speed Up Racing) after the fall of Aron Canet (Pons Wegow Los40), in the podium area as long as he was standing.
Fourth place to Arbolino, fifth to Ai Ogura (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia). Twelfth was Jake Dixon, third in the Moto2&trade title race; and victorious a week ago in Barcelona.