Alex Marquez seems to be unstoppable since Moto2 came back to Europe, with the Spaniard who dominates also in Brno winning again with a consistent margin on his rivals, starting from Fabio Di Giannantonio who tried everything he could to close the gap but could not catch Marc VDS rider with the Italian from SpeedUp who ended behind conquering his first career Moto2 podium.
Things were clear since the start even if Sam Lowes got an early lead from Marquez, with Alex who made immediately a move to jump on the top trying to create a gap on everyone and Marc VDS rider did the job really well getting from first laps a good margin on Fabio Di Giannantonio, who made an incredible start from behind running 4th already at turn 1 and overtook Lorenzo Baldassarri and Sam Lowes to get 2nd position.
Despite a good start and grid position, Lorenzo Baldassarri started to lose a lot of positions in early stages and did not find the rhythm to be fast, ending on fighting for 10th position against Iker Lecuona, while his teammate Augusto Fernandez struggled a lot too finishing 8th. Race was even worse for Tom Luthi, with the Swiss who crashed out, giving to Alex Marquez a big chance to increase his championship lead.
Last podium position was a battle between Jorge Navarro and Enea Bastianini; the Spaniard from SpeedUp made a strong comeback catching the group who was fighting for 3rd position. Jorge did not have any problem at all on overtaking everyone on his road, but same did Enea Bastianini, who join Jorge during the final laps of the race, with the Italian who made a podium decisive move in the last lap being successful and conquering his first career Moto2 podium!
Luca Marini finished 5th ahead of Marcel Schrotter and Nicolò Bulega, while Nagashima ended 9th. Hard times for Sam Lowes despite a good start, with the Briton who crashed during the race and same story for Brad Binder, who surely expected more from this weekend.