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Moto3 Portugal: Arenas takes title in dramatic finale, Fernandez wins race

Aspar's Albert Arenas won the 2020 Moto3 world championship in a dramatic Portuguese Grand Prix finale as Raul Fernandez dominated for the race victory on his Ajo KTM. Arenas, Ai Ogura and Tony Arbolino came into the final round covered by 11 points, with Arenas prevailing by just four after crossing the line in 12th to seal the deal. Fernandez grabbed the holeshot from pole ahead of SIC58's Tatsuki Suzuki, as championship rivals Ogura and Arenas followed. Arenas powered past Ogura into Turn 1 at the start of lap three, while Arbolino had worked his way up to 13th on his Snipers Honda having come from 27th on the grid. Fernandez played no part in the battle behind as his lead continued to...
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