This MotoGP season is marked by the ongoing discussion about the performance of the stewards. Now it continued in Spielberg.
Finally summer break. Finally time to recover. To cure injuries and find new strength. After eight world championship stops, the first half of the 2023 MotoGP season ended with the race in Assen. In six weeks, the season continues at Silverstone. Let's use the summer break to draw a small interim conclusion. What was good? Where is there still room for improvement? Who were the winners? Who were the losers?
I've been going to the Sachsenring for well over ten years - as a fan, as a media representative, as a blogger, as a guest. The Sachsenring is and always has been something special. It's where I can be as close to my passion as possible. There I can work for my blog and provide you with the latest info and pictures. If you've been going there for so long, you also see changes.
"First you have no luck then there is bad luck."Hardly any other quote could fit Lennox Lehmann's start to the season better. The start of the season was really more than bumpy. With two crash-related retirements in Assen, everything was to be different at the second stop in Barcelona. Was Lennox Lehmann able to put his run of bad luck behind him in Barcelona and score his first world championship points?