Summary and highlights of the Grand Prix of the Netherlands in MotoGP
Souece: Moto GP


8:51 AM2 months ago

Thank you all.

Thank you all for joining us in this intense race with an exciting finish, it has been a pleasure to be with all of you. See you all again!
8:49 AM2 months ago

Aleix Espargaro's comeback on the last lap with two overtaking moves


8:47 AM2 months ago



8:42 AM2 months ago

Lap 25

Aleix close to Jorge Martín less than half a second and Miller fight for third place;
8:37 AM2 months ago

3 laps to the end

Viñales sneaks in, Miller is 0.4 points away from a podium finish, while Bagnaia has the race under control.
8:32 AM2 months ago

This is how Aleix Espargaro advances


8:27 AM2 months ago

Lap 21

Aleix Espargaro is already 1.9 points behind Martín, the Spanish rider is going to cut points to Quartararo
8:22 AM2 months ago

Lap 20

Problems for Raúl Fernández who has to retire due to physical problems
8:17 AM2 months ago

Lap 19🏳️

White flag starts raining and it is possible to change bikes, we will see what the riders decide.
8:12 AM2 months ago

Lap 17

Two overtakes in a row by Aleix Espargaró who is now eighth, 1.3 seconds behind Oliveira.
8:07 AM2 months ago

Here is Binder's crash that has left the bike completely destroyed.


8:02 AM2 months ago

Lap 14

The leader of the World Championship falls again, and in addition, the French driver has been injured and has to abandon the race.
7:57 AM2 months ago

🚨 Drops are beginning to occur

This could force riders to change bikes and change the race completely.
7:52 AM2 months ago

Lap 12

Maverick Viñales is already in fourth position, while Aleix continues his comeback and is already 12th;
7:47 AM2 months ago

Quartararo goes to bosex and returns in case it rains and can fight for points


7:42 AM2 months ago

Here is the video of the accident


7:37 AM2 months ago

Lap 9

Right now the head of the race is Bagnaia, Bezzecchi and Martin 
7:32 AM2 months ago

Lap 8

Another Yamaha crash now belongs to Morbidelli, the Italian who finished runner-up in the 2020 World Championship;
7:27 AM2 months ago

This was the moment of the fall

Source; Moto GP
Source; Moto GP
7:22 AM2 months ago

🚨 The accident will be investigated.

We will see if Fabio Quartararo will be sanctioned after the accident.
7:17 AM2 months ago

Lap 5

Fabio Quartararo falls and pulls Aleix Espargaró ahead, both return to the track, but at the tail.
7:12 AM2 months ago

This is how the race began


7:07 AM2 months ago

Lap 3

Aleix Espargaró is second and has already made a fast lap of the circuit, he will fight to try to get to fight for the victory.
7:02 AM2 months ago


Good start for Bagnaia, while Quartararo goes a bit off in the first corner and loses two positions.
6:57 AM2 months ago

Warm-up lap

All set for the race to start, Bagnaia is the only rider who has different tires from the front row riders
6:52 AM2 months ago

This is how his Italian arrived at his site to start from the first position.


6:47 AM2 months ago

Augusto Fernandez wins the race and makes a mess of things

The Spanish rider won in Moto 2 and euphoria took its toll on him


6:42 AM2 months ago

Remember the starting grid, 26 laps to go

Source: Moto GP
Source: Moto GP
6:37 AM2 months ago

LAST MINUTE| Alex Márquez team change

The youngest of the Márquez family will change his teammate next season after it was announced that he will be Fabio Di Giannantonio's partner for the upcoming season at Team Gresini;
6:32 AM2 months ago

Warm Up

In the Warm Up this morning the fastest rider was Aleix Espargaro with a 1.32.424 a day faster than the leader of the world championship, Quartararo. While Bagniai, who will start from pole this morning, finished eighth;


6:27 AM2 months ago

1 hour

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6:22 AM2 months ago

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6:17 AM2 months ago

What time is the MotoGP race at the Dutch Grand Prix ?

This is the starting time for the race in several countries:

Argentina: 8:00 AM

Bolivia: 8:00 AM

Brazil: 9:00 AM

Chile: 8:00 AM

Colombia: 7:00 AM

Ecuador: 7:00 AM

USA (ET): 8:00 AM

Spain: 14:00 PM

Mexico: 7:00 AM

Paraguay: 8:00 AM

Peru: 8:00 AM

Uruguay: 8:00 AM

Venezuela: 8:00 AM

England: 13: 00 AM

Australia : 22:00 AM

India: 17:30 AM

6:12 AM2 months ago

Bagnaia's second consecutive pole and fourth of the season.


6:07 AM2 months ago

Qualifying at the GP of the Netherlands

1. Francesco Bagnaia 
2. Fabio Quartararo
3. Jorge Martín
4. Marco Bezzecchi
5. Aleix Espargaró
6. Jack Miller
7. Johann Zarco
8. Miguel Oliveira
9. Álex Rins
10. Brad Binder
11. Maverick Viñales
12. Takaaki Nakagami
13. Luca Marini
14. Joan Mir
15. Fabio Di Giannantonio
16. Enea Bastianini
17. Andrea Dovizioso
18. Stefan Bradl
19. Remy Gardner
20. Franco Morbidelli
21. Álex Márquez
22. Lorenzo Savadori
23. Raúl Fernández
24. Darryn Binder
6:02 AM2 months ago

The reason why Alex Espargaró is not racing at the Assen GP

At the German GP he suffered a series of crashes that, a priori, did not seem serious, but have caused him problems in the area of the ribs and lungs that affect his riding. After Friday's free practice 2, Espargaró continued to experience intense pain and discomfort. As a result, he feels he is unable to compete on a MotoGP bike and, together with the Repsol Honda team, has elected to sit out the race at Assen.
5:57 AM2 months ago

Rins could change team

Everything points to him leaving for LCR Honda and he admitted that he has been in contact with them, "There are some little things, but nothing is closed. It is true that we are talking to LCR Honda, but we have also talked to Gresini. The truth is that things are the same as yesterday, and we will see if we can announce something at the end of the race or next week;
Source: DAZN
Source: DAZN
5:52 AM2 months ago


These have been the winners of the Dutch Grand Prix

2002: Valentino Rossi 
2003: Sete Gibernau
2004: Valentino Rossi
2005: Valentino Rossi
2006: Nicky Hayden
2007: Valentino Rossi
2008: Casey Stoner
2009: Valentino Rossi
2010: Jorge Lorenzo
2011: Ben Spies
2012: Casey Stoner
2013: Valentino Rossi
2014: Marc Marquez
2015: Valentino Rossi
2016: Jack Miller
2017: Valentino Rossi
2018:Marc Marquez
2019: Maverick Viñales
2021: Fabio Quartararo

Valentino Rossi is the rider with the most wins in this category with eight Moto GP victories, while Yamaha the team with the most wins at Assen with a total of 11

5:47 AM2 months ago

Venue: The Assen Circuit is a circuit inaugurated in 1955 and located near the city of Assen, Netherlands. It was reduced in 2006 to 4,750 meters in length. It has a capacity of 100,000 spectators, including 60,000 seats.

5:42 AM2 months ago

Race Preview

We reached the eleventh race of the highest category of the World Motorcycling Championship, where the Grand Prix of Netherlands will be held. Currently the leader is Fabio Quartararo with 172 points, the French rider is 34 points ahead of the second-placed Aleix Espargaro;
5:37 AM2 months ago

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