Oliveira Wins Wet Thailand MotoGP Run

BURIRAM, Thailand — Miguel Oliveira claimed a dramatic victory at the 17th round of the MotoGP World Championship Sunday at the Chang Int’l Circuit.

The Red Bull KTM Factory Racing rider claimed the rain-delayed race ahead of Ducati Lenovo teammates Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia, who finished second and third, respectively.

Point leader Fabio Quartararo finished 17th, allowing Bagnaia to trim his point lead to only two markers.

Johan Zarco was fourth for Prima Pramac Racing, while Marc Marquez came home fifth on his Repsol Honda.

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