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Marco Bezzecchi clinches MotoGP Bharat
Marco Bezzecchi
Photo Caption: UNI

Marco Bezzecchi clinches MotoGP Bharat

| @indiablooms | 24 Sep 2023, 11:05 pm

Marco Bezzecchi clinched the Moto GP Bharat at the Buddh International Circuit in the Greater Noida region of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday.

Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi attended the event and witnessed the thrilling moments of the MotoGP race when there was intense competition among the top riders to take the lead in the last lap.

Union Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Anurag Thakur and Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri were present to watch the exciting race

There was an intense competition between the top 2 riders, Marco Bezzecchi and Jorge Martin, in the final lap.

After the race ended, CM Yogi and Union Minister Anurag Thakur presented trophies to the top 3 riders in the podium area. The winner's trophy was shaped like the map of India.

After the trophy presentation, all three riders celebrated their victory in a traditional style with champagne.

Each lap provided an exciting competition between the drivers. Marco Bezzecchi, who secured the top spot during Saturday's qualifying session at the Buddh International Circuit, was declared the winner. Following him was Jorge Martin from Pramac, who had won the sprint race yesterday.

Meanwhile, French rider Fabio Quartararo managed to get Yamaha to the podium despite facing challenges. However, championship leader Pecco Bagnaia, the Italian rider, was out of the Indian Grand Prix and slipped to fifth place.

(With UNI inputs)

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