French fabio quartararo it shows that in every major prize, it faces a solvency that reinforces itself as follows. leader MotoGP and now arrives at the TT Assen circuit, a track that can be classified as “friend”. Where the Dutch Grand Prix has been held continuously since the start of the world championship in 1949.

Quartararo has two straight wins out of three this season.he finished second on three more podiums, allowing the Netherlands to reach 34 points ahead of his closest follower, Spaniard Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia RS-GP).

To these data should be added Fabio Quartararo, the last winner of the Assen TT, and another with the Yamaha YZR, who, despite the criticism and doubts that arose at the beginning of the season, are no less concerned about their rivals. M1, The fact is that the Iwata manufacturer’s prototype exhibits a solvency and regularity that neither the “numerous” Ducati drivers nor the efficiency of Aleix Espargaró’s Aprilia RS-GP can match.They look like they can stop.

It will be interesting to see how Quartararo’s Yamaha YZR M 1 performs on the Assen TT, which is over four and a half kilometers (4,542 meters) long and technical, with all kinds of acceleration and cornering. Give me the only Yamaha capable of performing at the highest level.

Once again ahead of Fabio Quartararo should be Aleix Espargaró, whose “mistake” in Catalonia and prudent fourth place in Germany should close the gap to the Frenchman, who is in the same position as the Italian. Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia and her Ducati Desmosedici GP22After the second consecutive “zero” in Germany.

Bagnaia started the season with the “vitola” of a contender for the title, but the truth is that so far he has only had a few bright moments with victories in Spain and Italy and has barely played in the remainder of their matches so far this season. Fifth and eighth places as the best results are far from what was previously assumed to qualify the motorcycle for the world title of the queen category.

Actually, two more Ducati drivers ahead, French johann zarcoThird place in the provisional world chart and the Italian Enea Bastianini, came to command this classification.

Thus, once again, the benchmark of the category will be Fabio Quartararo, and his foes with options must be both the main Ducati drivers – two of them, Spaniard Jorge Martín and Italian Enea Bastianini, are in jeopardy for second place on the team. Along with Bagnaia – like those of Aprilia, Aleix Espargaró and Maverick Viñales and Suzuki, Spanish Joan Mir and Alex Rins, neither Repsol Honda nor KTM officials seem willing to be in the fight.

Maverick Vinales He had to retire from the Sachsenring race, When he came to fight for podium positions and Aleix Espargaró’s fourth place for the first time all season, the rear suspension locking system broke in its lowest position, making the bike impossible to ride and forcing him to abandon it.

This gives us hope that Maverick Viñales is getting closer to being the one driving the Aprilia RS-GP, and will be very good news for the Noale manufacturer as it will place its two riders among the best in MotoGP.

The quality of Joan Mir and Alex Rins is beyond doubthowever, the announcement of Japanese manufacturer Suzuki’s end-of-season withdrawal seems to have given them “indigestion” that they have yet to recover.

Rins was unable to participate in the German race due to physical problems with his left wrist. Mir found himself on the ground trying to be among the fastestTherefore, the aim of both will be to fight for the podium again if Rins Assen reaches the TT in better conditions and, why not, fight for victory on a track that is considered one of the legends of the championship.

Another very different situation is experienced by Repsol and Honda drivers. Spanish Pol Espargaro seen far outside of the team and no results, Germany’s Stefan Bradl may do little more than do his best as a test pilot for the Golden Wing prototypes, but as in Germany, this means his feet are on fire due to a problem with the cooling and temperature of the RC 213 V engine.

Japan’s Takaaki Nakagami has crashed in the last two Grand Prix races, insisting on being on the ground rather than the bike, and Alex Márquez is stuck at the rear, tying the bike’s lack of performance to technical problems. The suspension system of his bike at the Sachsenring.

Austrian manufacturer KTM has South Africa’s Brad Binder best represented in the provisional standings of the world championship, but neither he nor Indonesian winner Portuguese Miguel Oliveira are in a position to fight for the top spot. Unless exceptional conditions are met, as the pilots experienced at the Indonesian Mandalika circuit on the island of Lombok.

Vietti and Garcia Dols

On the other hand, Italian Celestino Vietti (Kalex) and Spaniard Sergio García Dols (GasGas) meet at the Dutch Grand Prix will take place this weekend at the TT Assen circuit, with the urgent need to “get to the table” in its categories.

vHaving three wins this season, ietti has the same number of zeros.He narrowed his World Cup lead in the provisional classification to barely eight points against Japan’s Ai Ogura (Kalex) and twelve points against Spain’s Augusto Fernández (Kalex), who had won a brilliant spot in Germany.

Italian driver started the season very strongBut while the ups and downs from Austin’s first zero made him lose his “bellows” and “confidence” in his possibilities, Ai Ogura, Augusto Fernández and Arón Canet (the latter crushed by the weight of his car accident before Germany) succeeded. maintaining a regularity that allows them to be a “stone’s throw” from the leader.

Spaniard Sergio García Dols (GasGas) remains the leader of Moto3but his streak seems to be inversely proportional to his teammate Izan Guevara (GasGas). especially they say it is stronger than Germany.

Guevara had an almost perfect weekend at the Sachsenring, as he dominated almost all the training sessions and unraveled his race win with incredible ease and efficiency, and will certainly try to repeat it in the Netherlands so as not to break his streak. .

ANDThey’re the ones with the most victories in Moto3. Three each, but not the only contender for the victory, a roster where the first to appear should be the Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda), with a victory, the first of the season, gave him the favorite tag and the role for the Pre-Season, but with the passing of the races, now the leader is 51 points behind, it has become an alarming irregularity that, if continued, will push him away from the top positions.