Complete Moto2 and Moto3 race results

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The 20-lap Italian Moto3 GP started the day’s action at Mugello with a demolition derby, as a large group of lead was reduced due to numerous accidents.

The accident to leader Dennis Foggia (Leopard Honda), poleman Deniz Oncu after contact with Leopard’s Tatsuki Suzuki on Turn 1 and a collision involving Max Racing John McPhee and Ajo KTM Daniel Holgado meant the main group included seven drivers for the final stage.

Aspar GasGas pair, Sergo Garcia and Izan Guevara walked to the end corner on the final lap, with the former being the leader to run to the finish line.

Guevara grabbed the win on the line – but then dropped the board for overstepping the track, handing the victory to his team -mates Garcia.

Sergio Garcia, GasGas Aspar Team

Sergio Garcia, GasGas Aspar Team

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Suzuki was given a long lap penalty for the Oncu incident, but bounced back to number three in the square flag ahead of Honda Snipers driver Andrea Migno and MT Helmets KTM runner Ryusai Yamanaka.

SIC58 Honda Riccardo Rossi finished the top six, 0.765s from the win, when MT Helmets brother bike Diogo Moreria crashed out of the group lead in the final corner.

The top 10 was finished by Angeluss MTA KTM Ivan Ortola, Avintia KTM duo Ellia Bartolini and Matteo Bertelle, and Ajo KTM Adrian Fernandez.

Garcia has extended his lead to 28 points against team -mate Guevara, with Jaume Masia holding the number three – 42 points at the back – after finishing in 17th place.

Moto3 results:

Poleman Aron Canet of Pons Kalex and Ajo KTM Acosta struggled for the lead in the first half of the 23-lap Moto2 race as they came out of the chase pack.

But a recent crash for Canet in the final corner gave Acosta a dominant lead that turned into his first victory in the Moto2 class, making him the youngest champion in the intermediate category.

Joe Roberts of Italtrans Racing became number two by using drama for Canet and champion Celestino Vietti, whose VR46 Kalex expired in the closing stages.

Joe Roberts, Italtrans Racing Team

Joe Roberts, Italtrans Racing Team

Photo by: Gold and Swan / Motorsport Pictures

Ai Ogura of Honda Team Asia finished on the podium before Tony Arbolino, who was given a late lap penalty for a collision with Marc VDS teammate Sam Lowes.

Augusto Fernandez was fifth on his sister Ajo bike before Aspar Jake Dixon, American Racing Camero Beaubier, Speed ​​Up Alonso Lopez, Intact GP Marcel Schrotter and Aspar Albert Arenas.

DNF Vietti means Ogura now matches him with 108 points at the top of the standings, with Canet 19 points after the crash.

Moto2 results: