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MotoGP World Cup odds victory in Argentina | Alexis Espargaro and Aprilia take their first Victory 2022

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Aleix Espargaro and Aprilia take their first MotoGP World Cup odds victory in Argentina. MotoGP – Grand Prix of Argentina – Autodromo Internacional, Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina – April 3, 2022 Aleix Espargaro of Aprilia Racing during the race warm-up Reuters/Agustin Marcarian

SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, Argentina, April 3 (Reuters) – Aleix Espargaro won his first MotoGP race on Sunday, moving to the lead of the championship after an explosive effort that also earned Aprilia their first MotoGP World Cup odds triumph.

Pole sitter Espargaro, racing in his 200th MotoGP World Cup odds race, was overhauled before the first turn by Pramac’s Jorge Martin, who had a superb launch off the line as both riders managed to move away and build a two-second advantage on the rest of the field.

The two exchanged positions regularly at the front, but Espargaro restored the lead when he made an overtaking move stick with five circuits remaining, while the duel also enabled Suzuki’s Alex Rins to close the gap to less than a second.

However, Espargaro hung on to win the Termas de Rio Hondo track ahead of Martin, with Rins finishing third for an all-Spanish podium at the MotoGP World Cup odds. The victory also insured that nine different riders finished on the podium after three races this season, highlighting how open the 2022 season has been.

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Espargaro’s emotions got the best of him, as he burst into tears in the paddock while speaking to his family on the phone, while his younger brother and Honda rider Pol also rushed over to comfort him. “I’m overjoyed; it’s been a long, long time. It was my 200th race in the premier class “In a post-race interview, an emotional Alexis Espargaro said.

Espargaro dominated Saturday’s practice before securing his first MotoGP pole, and the 32-year-old said he was under ‘double’ pressure to produce. “It wasn’t an easy race, I didn’t have any grip, I couldn’t perform my best, I was trying to find a nice setup,” he continued. “We absolutely deserve it, and the best part is that we’re leading the championship.”

Alexis Espargaro leads the title with 45 points, seven more than KTM’s Brad Binder, who finished sixth. Martin finished second, earning him his first points of the season after retiring in the first two races in Qatar and Indonesia for MotoGP World Cup odds. “I’m overjoyed for Aleix since it’s his first triumph. I gave it my all at the end, but… I had reached my limit “Martin said.

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Honda was left disappointed this weekend as his substitute rider Stefan Bradl finished 19th and Pol Espargaro went out on turn two at the MotoGP World Cup odds. Fabio Quartararo of Yamaha began sixth on the grid but battled and slipped to 13th at one point before recovering to finish eighth.

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