After a late race for the 2022 FIM MotoGP World Championship, the main contenders are Francisco Bagnia (Ducati Lenovo Team) and Enia Bastianini (Gresini Racing MotoGP), as well as Alex Espargaro (Aprilia Racing). The heart is broken. More points than he thought.
And now, for the first time since 2012, it’s time to take the top spot in Sachsering, Germany.
It looked like a long shot to retain his crown for Sachsering’s King Mark Marquez (Repsol Honda team) last year, but he made some more history to keep it going.
Now, his racing is back at number 93 after another big challenge in the future, but it offers a great opportunity for chase and most likely for Quartaro.
The form of the French man was big in the Catalan GP and he definitely reaches the Sachsenning throne in the list of candidates. While the tight and winding tracks provide some relief from the long straight and horsepower counting competitions of some recent venues, Yamaha should also be in a strong position. Could Quartaro add more this weekend?
And can Franco Morbidelli (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) go ahead? Rookie Darin Binder (along with the Yamaha RNF MotoGP team) managed to overtake the Italian for the second Yamaha honor in Barcelona.
Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Who will stand on the top rung in Deutschland? There is no one on the grid who has done this before, so there is a lot to play for – even in championships. Tune in for the second Saxon Stunner on Sunday (June 19) at 2pm local time (5.30 PM IST) as we reach the halfway point of the 2022 FIM MotoGP World Championships.
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