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Miguel Oliveira used the home advantage to win the last MotoGP race of the season in Portugal on Sunday.
Oliveira continued his first victory in Styria in August and took the title in Portimao in his first race in the premier class of his home country.
The triumph of the KTM Tech 3 rider means there is no record-breaking 10th winner. Rennens gave. Fabio Quartararo, Brad Binder, Andrea Dovizioso, Franco Morbidelli, Maverick Vinales, Danilo Petrucci, Alex Rins and Mir ended up with nine winners in an unpredictable world championship.
Morbidelli prevailed in a six-way battle for second place, although Australian Jack Miller was relegated to second place in the final lap.
The Italian Morbidelli lands in the overall standings right behind Mir, who confirmed his first world title in Valencia last weekend.
Miller’s strong finish ensured that Ducati won the constructors’ title for the first time since 2007 at Suzuki’s expense, whose hopes were dashed after a disappointing weekend for Mir.
Grand Prix motorcycle racing, Miguel Oliveira, Tech3, KTM MotoGP racing manufacturer team, Franco Morbidelli, Portuguese motorcycle Grand Prix, Joan Mir
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