french pilot fabio quartararo (Yamaha), Spanish Sergio Garcia Dols (GazGaz) and Italian Celestino Vietti (Kalex) will try to take advantage of it Dutch Grand Prixeleventh exam World Motorcycle Championship will happen this weekend Assen Circuitgo on vacation with a smile and, in the first case, he has a half hood in his pocket.

‘Cathedral’ will be the stage last race before grid takes a ‘break’ until early august and three leaders MotoGP, Moto3 Y Moto2 they face it different pressuresbecause only ‘The Devil’ knows he will return to Silverstone no matter what as (England) first classified in the ‘queen’ category.

And in MotoGP where there is less emotion right now. a Quartararo serving as the current champion and that After joining the Sachsenring (Germany) last weekend, he dominates the championship quite comfortably. third win of the year Y second in a row.

Arrival in Europe brought the Yamaha rider his greatest dominance. she just curiously ‘failed’ on home historyfinished fourth at Le Mans. to their victories Portugal, Barcelona Y Germany join two second rows spanish wine and Italy to reach 172 pointsoriginal follower 34 more than Spanish Alex Espargaro (April).

Granollers are the most regular, but bike doesn’t have ‘M1’ potential and this deprives him of fighting for victories. And without them, right now, It seems complicated to hack one of the nice. Also in Assen, Yamaha has been doing well lately, having three wins in their last four visits, including the last two thanks to Quartararo and Maverick Viñales.

Again, Complex weekend expected at ‘La Catedral’ due to weather and this could lead to a scenario change where an Espargaró who could only finish fourth at the Sachsenring and show great regularity would have more options.

After the first two are classifiedbest placed be in the front dukeI’m the one who replaces good careers with other negative careers. Inside German Grand PrixFrench johan zarco and Australia Jack Miller They have accompanied Quartararo on the podium, but the Borgo Panigale brand has not won in Assen with Australian Casey Stoner since 2008 and is not on the podium in 2017.

MotoGP Dutch GP 2022 schedules:

Friday, June 27

  • 09:55: FP1 MotoGP

  • 10:55: FP1 Moto2

  • 12:35: FP2 MotoE

  • 13:15 FP2 Moto3

  • 14:10: 2nd FP MotoGP

  • 15:10: FP2 Moto2

  • 16:50: Q1 MotoE

  • 17:10: Q2 MotoE

Saturday, June 28

  • 09:00 clock: FP3 Moto3

  • 09:55: FP3 MotoGP

  • 10:55: FP3 Moto2

  • 12:35: Q1 Moto3

  • 13:00: Q2 Moto3

  • 13:30: FP4 MotoGP

  • 14:10: Q1 MotoGP

  • 14:35: Q2 MotoGP

  • 15:10: Q1 Moto2

  • 15:35: Q2 Moto2

  • 16:15: Race 1 MotoE

Sunday, June 29

  • 09:00: Warm-up Moto3

  • 9:20: Warm Up Moto2

  • 09:40: Warm-up MotoGP

  • 11:00: Moto3 Race

  • 12:20: Moto2 Race

  • 14:00: MotoGP Race

  • 15:30: Race 2 MotoE