The 19-lap Moto3 race kicked of proceedings on Sunday on the Chang Worldwide Circuit, with Aspar rookie David Alonso scored his fourth win of the season.
However the large story of the race was crash of title contender Ayumu Sasaki (Intact GP Husqvarna).
With Leopard Honda’s Jaume Masia ending fourth, he has prolonged his championship result in 17 factors with three rounds remaining.
Alonso’s victory places him firmly into title competition, 25 factors adrift of Masia.
Honda Workforce Asia’s Taiyo Furusato was second, 0.266s behind Alonso, with Intact GP’s Collin Veijer finishing the rostrum.
Behind Masia got here Ajo KTM’s Deniz Oncu and Tech3 KTM’s Dani Holgado, who can be 25 factors behind within the championship standings.
The highest 10 was accomplished by Snipers Honda rider Matteo Bertelle, SIC58 Honda’s Riccardo Rossi, Aspar’s Rysuei Yamanaka and the sister SIC58 bike of Kaito Toba.
Moto3 Thailand GP outcomes
Within the 22-lap Moto2 contest, Pace Up’s Fermin Aldeguer dominated by 3.4s over championship chief Pedro Acosta.
Dwelling hero Somkiat Chantra accomplished the rostrum for Honda Workforce Asia, whereas Marc VDS’ Tony Arbolino was fourth to maintain his slim title hopes alive.
Ajo KTM’s Acosta is now 63 factors away from Arbolino heading to the Malaysian GP subsequent month.
Ai Ogura was fifth in Thailand on the sister Honda Workforce Asia machine, from American Racing’s Marcos Ramirez and Ajo’s Albert Arenas.
Alonso Lopez was eighth on his Pace Up machine, with Aspar’s Izan Guevara and Yamaha VR46 Grasp Camp’s Manuel Gonzalez.
Moto2 Thailand GP race consequence