After the post lockdown debut of MotoGP he made a stop without moving, repeating himself in Jerez for the second GP of the season.

The race that saw everyone a little less unaccustomed to the old routine, saw the return from the injury of our Alex Rins, however still sore.

For him a heroic placement in the top ten, while for Petrucci an unexpected accident that just didn't take us.

And now? Enough Jerez ... it's time for Brno ... at the circus a week's break to get there.

On our side, we hope that your old habits have resumed, which speak of travel, holidays and motorbike trips.

We recommend maximum safety on a motorcycle, when you wear your Nolan, and when you get off, the occasion on which the mask must never be missing.

We also know that it is annoying, but to win it takes patience.


“The race was unbelievable; I was already suffering from the moment I joined the grid before the start. I got an incredible start but as the laps went on I started to feel more and more pain. With seven laps to go, it was really tough to continue; but after all the work that I’ve done since last weekend, as well as the doctors and my team, I just wanted to keep going. I never lost my faith and it allowed me to take this 10th place. I’ll continue with my recovery and hope to be on much better form for Brno.”



“I am happy with how the race went. We have a fifth position, like last week, but this time we have had better pace and better feelings because I have been able to compete with great riders like Jorge Martín or Jorge Navarro for that place. We have taken a step forward in terms of feelings with the front end and with the pace, which is so important in this category. We are taking small steps forward, but we are maintaining them and always improving. I want to thank the team for all their work, because without them this would not be possible.”

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