The Portuguese Grand Prix provided home comforts for Miguel Oliveira, who reflected on the competitive nature of the 2020 season.
The 2020 MotoGP season concluded in Portugal, with Miguel Oliveira victorious in his home Grand Prix.
Miguel Oliveira put himself in prime position for victory on home soil as the MotoGP season prepares to conclude in Portugal.
While new world champion Joan Mir struggled in qualifying, leaving him in 20th place, Miguel Oliveira claimed pole in the Algarve.
Suzuki helped Joan Mir to claim the riders' MotoGP title; now it is time for the new champion to return the favour.
After clinching his maiden MotoGP world title, Joan Mir is now fully focused on helping Suzuki end 2020 with a Triple Crown.
Having clinched the title in Valencia last weekend, Joan Mir will make MotoGP history if he fails to win the Portuguese Grand Prix.
Finishing seventh at the Valencia Grand Prix was good enough for Joan Mir to become this year's MotoGP champion.
Suzuki Ecstar have won the MotoGP title for the first time since 2000 as Joan Mir claimed a maiden crown in Valencia.
Despite finishing seventh at the Valencia Grand Prix, Joan Mir did enough to seal his first MotoGP title.