Who won at Mugello?

Who won at Mugello?

23 laps of Mugello madness demonstrated the winds of change that are blowing across the MotoGP grid. The MotoGP circus descended on Mugello this weekend – arguably the crown jewel of the championship calendar.

Why is Marquez not riding in Portugal?

The Repsol Honda rider was diagnosed with “a slight head concussion” after a fall during some off-road training last Saturday. As a result, due to health and safety protocol, Marquez will be unable to race in Portugal.

What happened to Marc Marquez at Portimao?

Honda has announced Marc Marquez will miss this weekend’s MotoGP Algarve Grand Prix in Portugal after suffering a concussion in a training incident. Honda issued a statement on Tuesday afternoon noting Marquez crashed during an off-road training session and suffered a concussion last Saturday.

Who will replace Marc Marquez?

Rider Stefan Bradl
Repsol Honda have confirmed that HRC Test Rider Stefan Bradl will be replacing Marc Marquez at this weekend’s Monster Energy Grand Prix. The German has once again been called up as the eight-time World Champion’s substitute as he heads to the United States of America for a fourth surgery on his right humerus.

What happened in the Italian MotoGP at Mugello?

Race results from the Italian MotoGP at Mugello, round 6 of the 2021 world championship. Quartararo halts Ducati’s home Mugello win streak with a dominant victory in the Italian MotoGP. Bagnaia had grabbed the advantage from Quartararo at the start, but disaster struck for the Factory Ducati star when he fell from the front on lap 2.

Who are the new MotoGP rookies at Mugello?

With Mugello missing from last year’s calendar, the current rookies (Marini, Bastianini and Savadori) plus the 2020 rookies (Binder, Alex Marquez and Lecuona) were all competing at the track for the first time in the premier-class. The Yamaha riders joined the rest of the field in using a front holeshot device for the first time in today’s race.

How did Giuseppe Petrucci win his debut MotoGP race?

Petrucci led 14 of 23 laps to earn his debut MotoGP win by a mere 0.043 of a second ahead of Marquez. Dovizioso took third, 0.338 of a second behind.

How many fans watched the MotoGP 2019 Barcelona Grand Prix?

Sunday’s race was watched by just 43,000 fans, compared with 84,000 at the pre-Covid 2019 round. The weekend total was 74,000 compared with 139,000 fans in 2019. MotoGP now heads straight to Barcelona for next weekend’s Catalan round, which is followed by a post-race test.