Two protagonists were present at the Moto2 Grand Prix of Catalonia. It was an exciting and thrilling race that lasted until the final stages. Joe Roberts, a third-place finisher in Italy, was the one to beat. He had also won in Portugal on a strange Sunday. The American set a pace that enabled him to close a gap of over two seconds and started faster than anyone else from third on the grid. The test was changed when a sudden surge of momentum saw him fall to the ground on lap 11. The others behind knew that they would be able fight to win. Aron Canet, Jake Dixon and Celestino Vietti are a few of the others.
A passing of laps with very even rhythms in which Ai Ogura was having trouble. He was also the co-leader to Montmelo and was losing camber lap by lap until he finished in seventh place. This was a lesser evil when we consider the crashes of Roberts, Sam Lowes, and a mechanical issue with Albert Arenas. The last section was split into two duels for two, one to decide the winner between Vietti, Canet and Dixon.
Fernandez was the one who took the cat to water in the second, holding onto the wheel of Briton to pass him on the final lap to secure his second drawer for 2022. Vietti and Canet won the first duels in the same points. Vietti to Canet in turn 1 was the Spanish to Canet in turn 10, the Italian to Spanish in turn 10. Canet was aware of this and tried to defend the point in the final lap while he was ahead. However, he eventually failed. Vietti won in Montmelo. He came away with a 16 point advantage over Ogura, and 24 points over Canet in the general classification.