Joy and sorrow often lie close together. Sometimes even side by side in the same box. After three years, it was finally back to Japan.
When half the rider field is out in Moto2, it's slippery. The conditions in MotoGP were ideal from the outside. Sun, no clouds and dry. But
More entertainment. More excitement. More racing action. Has MotoGP really become boring? Does it need a change?
The six-week summer break is over and things got off to a flying start at Silverstone. If we think back to the past races at Silverstone, one thing was always predominant, the typical English weather.
The first half of the MotoGP season ends with the race in Assen. Now it's time for everyone to take a well-deserved summer break. But before that, here's the race action in Assen from my point of view. In short, this weekend had it in itself.
Finally the Sachsenring is back. Finally spectators again. Finally MotoGP again.
The tickets for the race Sunday were bought spontaneously on Saturday and then it was off to Mugello early in the morning on Sunday. It would have been a missed opportunity not to watch the races live on site.
The race track in Le Mans is always good for a crash. Whether in wet conditions or, as on this Sunday, in the dry, the track is known for crashes. Last year, 118 crashes were recorded, and there was also a lot of graveling during the practice sessions.
After an unusually cold start in Europe with the race in Portimao last Sunday, it was now off to Jerez. In front of packed grandstands (more than 58,000 spectators), a MotoGP rider already showed an exceptional performance in qualifying on Saturday.
After four overseas races, MotoGP has arrived in Europe. Now the cards are reshuffled once again. After four races and three different winners, it was now time to find the winner of the Portugal GP. Should there be a repeat winner? Or should a new driver take the top spot on the podium?