Miguel Oliveira rounded out the 2020 MotoGP season on home soil with a dominant lights to flag victory in the Portuguese Grand Prix.
The Tech3 rider led every lap from pole to round off his time with Tech3 before stepping over to the factory KTM squad as a double MotoGP race winner.
Second place for outgoing Pramac rider Jack Miller secured Ducati the constructors’ championship for the first time since 2007, with Franco Morbidelli taking runner-up spot in the standings on the 2019-spec SRT Yamaha.
It was another nightmare day for the 2020 Yamaha runners, while Joan Mir’s first race as world champion ended in disappointment.
There were also farewells for SRT-bound Valentino Rossi at Yamaha, Andrea Dovizioso in his last race for Ducati before taking a sabbatical and Cal Crutchlow’s last bow for LCR before taking up a tester role at Yamaha.
In the latest Tank Slappers Podcast, Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont delve into the main talking points from the 2020 season’s climax.
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