The 20-lap Moto3 contest kicked off proceedings on grand prix Sunday on the Mandalika Circuit, with poleman Moreira changing this to his maiden victory.
The Brazilian rider guided his MT Helmets KTM to the chequered flag by simply 0.107 seconds from Aspar’s David Alonso in a sometimes tight Moto3 contest.
David Munoz accomplished the highest three for BOE Motorsports, as Collin Veijer was fourth on the Intact GP Husqvarna.
Jose Antonio Rueda rounded out the highest 5 on his Ajo KTM, as championship chief Jaume Masia (Leopard Honda) prolonged his factors result in 16 as nearest rival Ayumu Sasaki (Intact GP) had a shocker in 18th.
The highest 10 was accomplished by Honda Crew Asia’s Taiyo Furusato, Ajo’s Deniz Oncu and the Angeluss KTM duo of Ivan Ortola – who needed to serve two lengthy lap penalties for leaping the beginning – and Stefano Nepa.
Moto3 Indonesian GP outcomes
MotoGP-bound Pedro Acosta thrashed his opposition within the 22-lap Moto2 race in Indonesia to take a step nearer to the world title.
Going and not using a win since Silverstone, Acosta was over two seconds away from poleman Pons Racing’s Aron Canet on the chequered flag to inflict huge injury on nearest title rival Tony Arbolino.
Battling grip points late on, the Marc VDS rider Arbolino may solely handle sixth – 11.7s behind Acosta – and is now 65 factors behind Acosta within the championship.
Fermin Aldeguer was third on his Velocity Up machine as Aspar’s Jake Dixon pinched fourth from Manuel Gonzalez (Yamaha VR46 Grasp Camp).
Behind Arbolino in sixth was Honda Crew Asia’s Somkiat Chantra, Pons’ Sergio Garcia, Italtrans’ Joe Roberts and Marc VDS’ Sam Lowes.
Moto2 Indonesian GP consequence