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MotoGP Portugal: Oliveira takes flawless home win, Ducati constructors' champions

Miguel Oliveira produced a fairy tale end to his 2020 MotoGP season with a dominant Portuguese Grand Prix victory as world champion Joan Mir retired after disastrous race. Tech3 rider Oliveira had never led a lap in MotoGP until dominating all 25 at the Algarve Circuit on Sunday to sign off his career with the French outfit with his second victory ahead of his factory KTM debut in 2021. A podium for Pramac's Jack Miller secured Ducati its first constructors' championship since 2007, capitalising on a miserable day for Suzuki. Oliveira grabbed the holeshot from pole position ahead of Franco Morbidelli and Miller, while world champion Mir was involved in a collision with Francesco Bagnaia....
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