This weekend MotoGP appeals its rights. For the third round of the season, the drivers will battle it out for the Circuit of the Americas. Let’s see together how to follow this event live.
At the start time of this third round of MotoGP seasonFrancesco Bagnaia, nicknamed last year, is not far from the throne.
After two contested GPs, the Italian rider emerged second in the riders’ classification, currently ridden by Marco Pizzicchi on a Ducati. Before this new weekend begins, Ducati’s dominance is felt even more strongly because the first 4 in the general classification are riders equipped by the Italian brand. After a good start to the season, Frenchman Johann Zarco finished third in the drivers’ standings. For Fabio Quartararo, the start of the season is even more complicated because the French Yamaha rider is only tenth after two GPs playing supporting roles (eighth in Portugal and seventh in Argentina). In the constructors’ ranking, Ducati clearly dominates over KTM and Aprilia with a good lead (71 points against 38 for KTM). For this new year, Johan Zarco will once again be aiming for victory. A victory that he still refuses, despite more than ten podiums in the starting category. For those who want to follow this new MotoGP race, we explain how not to miss a thing from Sunday’s race during the GP of the Americas.
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