MotoGP riders hit the karting track as the stage was set for the German GP

Johan Zarco (Prima Primac Racing) was joined for the first time by domestic hero Marcel Schroter (Liqui Molly Intact GP), his teammate Jeremy Alcoba, Tatsuki Suzuki (Leopard Racing), Catalunya David Munoz (BOE Motorsports). , And Moto3 Championship Leader Sergio Garcia (GASGAS Aspar Team) for two races: one on two wheels and one on four.

Riders will find it whenever there is competition and of course, there are plenty of e-pitbikes and carts.

After a practice session on the electric bike, the field went for a race and landed for business.

Munoz, after storming that incredible rostrum from his second start last time out, was out for another point while facing Moto 3 newcomer Zarco … and won.

He was the first winner of the day, the second of the French and Schroeder was forced to complete the podium at home. The headline grabber for Garcia was an accident because he overcooked and fell out.

And so it was cart time. After the second practice / qualifying session, Schroeter made a “somehow” last start, although he insisted he was wrong, and the German was handcuffed again as he left three riders on the grass as he exited turn 1. Fought and the other three all breathed it in.

After the chaos subsided a bit, it became a Garcia duel against Alcoba, followed by Zarco vs. Suzuki and then Schroeter vs. Munoz. But Alcoba’s brutality against Garcia allowed Zarco to hold on to the lead pair – and the French man hit him early to make sure he cut past, held and took the flag. Weekend’s first win in the bag, Alcoba had to settle for second and Garcia for third.

Then, before the Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland, at the pre-event press conference, 2022 FIM MotoGP World Championship leader Fabio Quartaro (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) points to second place finisher Alex Espargaro (Aprilia Racing), as well as Ducati. Lenovo. The team discusses recent activities by Francisco Bagnia and Jack Miller and prepares for the German GP.

Along with Mark Marquez, there will be a new winner in Duetsland on Sunday (June 19).

KTM had protested last year. Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) came in second, Marquez’s 1.7 seconds, meaningless, and Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) came in fourth to place Quartaro in the Austrian sandwich.

So, who will stand at the top of the Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland? There will be no one on the grid who has done this before, so there is plenty to see in the 2022 FIM MotoGP World Championships as well.

Tune in for the second Saxon stunner on Sunday at 2pm local time (5.30pm IST) as the Halfway Point of the 2022 FIM MotoGP World Championships approaches.

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