The rider from Rimini, from Gresini Racing, won with his Ducati, with a time of 42 minutes 13 seconds 198/1000, after 22 laps of the 5,380-meter rope layout, ahead of the South African Brad Binder, with KTM, by just 346 thousandths. Behind were the Spaniards Pol Espargaró (Honda), Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), the sixfold monarch, Marc Márquez (Honda), and Joan Mir (Suzuki). Bastianini, in his nineteenth participation in the Moto GP, had started second and was delayed a couple of places at the start. But he started the rebound and beat Pol Espargaró with five laps to go and then accounted for Binder.Fourth was the Spaniard Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), preceding Marc Márquez (Honda), who dealt in the last meters with Joan Mir (Suzuki). Then finished the Spanish Alex Rins (Suzuki), the French Johann Zarco (Ducati), the current champion, the French Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) and the Japanese Takaaki Nakagami (Honda). About the middle of the race there was the abandonment of the Spaniard Jorge Martín, who had started in pole position, when his Ducati was dragged by that of the Italian Francesco Bagnaia, when the latter lost stability and fell on the track, while both were fighting for the first place. Disputed a date, the championship is led by Bastianini (Ducati), with 25 points, followed by Binder (KTM), 20, Pol Espargaró (Honda), 16, Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), 13, Marc Marquez (Honda), 11, and Mir (Suzuki), 10.La second round of the MotoGP World Championship will be on Sunday 20 of the current, at the circuit of Pertamina, Indonesia.