1. Joan Mir SPA Leopard Racing (Honda) 39m 34.775s 2. Romano Fenati ITA Marinelli Rivacold Snipers (Honda) 39m 34.896s 3. Marcos Ramirez SPA Platinum Bay Real Estate (KTM) 39m 34.993s 4. Nicolo Bulega ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (KTM) 39m 39.849s 5. Philipp Oettl GER S?dmetall Schedl GP Racing (KTM) 39m 47.848s 6. Enea Bastianini ITA Estrella Galicia 0,0 (Honda) 39m 48.425s 7. Livio Loi BEL Leopard Racing (Honda) 39m 49.093s 8. Bo Bendsneyder NED Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 39m 49.241s 9. Tatsuki Suzuki JPN SIC58 Squadra Corse (Honda) 39m 49.358s 10. Darryn Binder RSA Platinum Bay Real Estate (KTM) 39m 49.441s 11. Fabio Di Giannantonio ITA Del Conca Gresini Moto3 (Honda) 39m 50.213s 12. Juanfran Guevara SPA RBA BOE Racing Team (KTM) 39m 50.921s 13. Adam Norrodin MAL SIC Racing Team (Honda) 39m 51.009s 14. Jules Danilo FRA Marinelli Rivacold Snipers (Honda) 39m 51.099s 15. Marco Bezzecchi ITA CIP (Mahindra) 39m 52.378s 16. Andrea Migno ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (KTM) 39m 52.527s 17. Ayumu Sasaki JPN SIC Racing Team (Honda) 39m 52.620s 18. Jakub Kornfeil CZE Peugeot MC Saxoprint (Peugeot) 39m 52.638s 19. Lorenzo Dalla Porta ITA Aspar Mahindra Moto3 (Mahindra) 40m 14.829s 20. Manuel Pagliani ITA CIP (Mahindra) 40m 15.029s 21. Kaito Toba JPN Honda Team Asia (Honda) 40m 15.296s 22. Raul Fernandez SPA Aspar Mahindra Moto3 (Mahindra) 40m 44.152s 23. Nakarin Atiratphuvapat THA Honda Team Asia (Honda) 40m 44.241s 24. Tim Georgi GER Freudenberg Racing Team (KTM) 40m 44.365s 25. Patrik Pulkkinen FIN Peugeot MC Saxoprint (Peugeot) 40m 47.779s 26. Maria Herrera SPA AGR Team (KTM) +2 laps
Gabriel Rodrigo ARG RBA BOE Racing Team (KTM) DNF
Tony Arbolino ITA SIC58 Squadra Corse (Honda) DNF
Aron Canet SPA Estrella Galicia 0,0 (Honda) DNF
Danny Kent GBR Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) DNF
John McPhee GBR British Talent Team (Honda) DNF

By Peter McLaren

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Danny Kent - oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.

It seems every time he jumps on a bike his stock goes down now.
Toseland must be ever so proud.

Mir reminds me of a couple of other ex-moto3 riders - Marc Marquez and Maverick Vinales.

If he can manage the bigger bikes, he has the brains and the race craft to be right up there in a couple of years. And I hope he does.

Mir paid reparation to team for last week's mistake in the best way possible ..... KTM ajo get a contract ready for Ramirez

Fenati need to step up to moto2 soon. He has talent but he is very bad in tactical race like moto3. Moto2 usually the fastest and the most consistent will win, less tactical last lap.

Mir did it right this time. Ramirez has come out of nowhere and is at the front every race. Best ktm rider by a mile. The Ajo team are suddenly nowhere.

Challenger.

Agreed on Kent... Not McPhee.

This Mir kid is amazing, isn't he? Fenati must be thinking 'what do I have to do?' He is giving all he can, and it's never enough. Nice to see Ramirez finally on that podium after many good results - well deserved. And Arbolino looked like the real deal too until that crash, it was a nasty one! It's not the last year for McPhee, he still has a lot more to offer. Danny Kent, well, when you are back there on the grid, you haven't got much chance to show anything. (I know it was his own fault!) Red Bull KTM team this year is a disaster and it's hard to understand why. :(

Mir looking like the real deal, another impressive race.

Fenati looking more consistent this year, making the title fight a good one.

Kent? Oh well why are we surprised? He had a history of getting grid penalties during his championship year so has no-one else to blame, and starting that far back on the grid was hardly going to be rewarding the team who have taken a chance by giving him a ride.

McPhee? Sorry, but I agree with Challenger's comments above. I know his performance is better this year but he's hardly showcasing the pinnacle of British talent. Antonelli has taken criticism for the length of time he's been in the championship, for me McPhee is the same.

Kent and McPhee are doing a very good job of ensuring this is their final year in Grand Prix racing. Dire performances from both riders all weekend with Kent being Mr Amateur getting that penalty in free practice and then crashing out of the race and McPhee still not learning that he needs at least top six qualifying to compete with the like of Mir and also crashing out of the race.

Neither rider are showing they have what it takes to progress through the Grand Prix classes.