Hi everyone, this is Giuseppe, your sports commentator. Well, on Sunday Aprilia regained the victory after a long time and their first win in the top class with the wonderful rider Aleix Espargaro. It was a very positive weekend for those who pulled out a very strong pace from free practice, both from Aleix Espargaro and his teammate Maverick Viñales, who after a very difficult year is back in the top ten and, despite being always behind his teammate, in free practice was almost always in the TOP 5. By the way this weekend free practice was all held on Saturday, as the material for the bikes arrived late. In Q1 of qualification only two pilots passed . Unexpectedly Enea Bastianini and Bagnaia did not go to Q2. In Q2 the first time of Aleix Espargaro was already from Pole position, but Jorge Martín at the second attempt takes the best time. Espargaró at the last attempt makes a perfect lap and makes his first pole position with Aprilia with just over a tenth on Jorge Martin, second in qualifying. Closing the front row is, incredibly, Luca Marini. So Aprilia regain the pole after more than twenty years. An already unforgettable Saturday for Aprilia. In the race, the best start is that of Martin, who overtakes Espargaró. Aleix’s brother, Pol, also tries to pass him but fails. Espargaró stays behind Martin for more than 15 laps. In the meantime behind there is a great recovery of Bagnaia and Bastianini. Quartararo, on the other hand, is struggling a bit and finds himself fighting for the eighth position. The only crashes that can be seen are those of Zarco and Pol Espargaro. meanwhile in the last 10 laps Espargaró tries 2 attacks, but goes long in both overtakes. But, at 6 laps to go, the decisive overtaking of Espargaro happens. Martin tries to catch him but he goes away and wins! In order of arrival it’s like this: Aleix Espargaro, Jorge Martin, Alex Rins, Joan Mir, Pecco Bagnaia and the others. First victory in the top class for Aleix Espargaro and Aprilia. In fact, Espargaró also takes the fastest lap and becomes the world leader. Incredibly, in these first three races there have been nine different riders on the podium. So the championship is open to all.