Defending champions Jorge Lorenzo produced yet another masterclass to win Italian MotoGP seeing off the challenge from Marc Marquez in what was incredible battle for the top podium finish. Marquez and Lorenzo were involved in absolute breathtaking final lap where they overtook each other several times before Lorenzo crossed the finish line narrowly.
Having watched MotoGP for years we can simply describe the last lap as “something else” and credit to both Lorenzo and Marquez for making the Italian Grand Prix memorable after local hero Valentino Rossi had to withdraw after his bike got massive technical issues earlier in the race.
Valentino Rossi had to withdraw from the race after only first few laps leaving packed crowd to leave early. But for those who remained till the end of the race saw one of the greatest motoGP duels at the last lap.
So after 6 grand prix, Jorge Lorenzo leads the championship standings by 10 points having won three grand prixs this season. Marc Marquez kept himself in the title race with a very close second finish.
Valentino Rossi will be disappointed having failed to finish the race but that was down to mechanical failure rather than anything else.
Dani Pedrosa who finished fourth in the French GP is now 4th in overall standings with53 points while Maverick Vinales has now made it in the top 5 after finishing third at Le Mans.
Now we move to Cataluynya grand prix in Barcelona which will take place on the weekend of 03-05 June 2016.
Italian Mugello Grand Prix 2016 Results:
So it was a close finish with Lorenzo winning the race by just 0.019s ahead of Marc Marquez after incredible dual between the two. Andrea Iannone made it to the podium on third place while Dani Pedrosa keep finishing fourth.
Catalunya Prix Of MotoGP 2016 In Barcelona Catalunya motogp 2016 will be taking place this weekend starting with the friday practice sessions on 03 June 2016. BT Sports coverage begins 30 minutes before the first practice session at around 07:30 uk time with the Moto3 FP1. Saturday, 04 June 2016 coverage will begin with the FP3 at around 08:00 uk time and the motoGP qualifying will take place 13:10 uk time.
Friday, 03 June 2016
- Mot03 – FP1 (08:00 uk)
- MotGP – FP1 (08:55 uk)
- Moto2 – FP1 (09:55 uk)
- Moto3 – FP2 (12:10 uk)
- MotoGP – FP2 (13:05 uk)
- Moto2 – FP2 (14:05 uk)
Saturday, 04 June 2016
- Moto3 – FP3 (08:00 uk)
- MotGP – FP3 (08:55 uk)
- Moto2 – FP3 (09:55 uk)
- Moto3 – Qualifying (11:35 uk)
- MotoGP – FP4 (12:30 uk)
- MotoGP – Qualifying 1 (13:10 uk)
- MotoGP – Qualifying 2 (13:35 uk)
- Moto2 – Qualifying (14:05 uk)
Sunday, 05 June 2016
- Moto3 – Warm-up (07:40 uk)
- Moto2 – Warm-up (08:10 uk)
- MotoGP – Warm-up (08:40 uk)
- Moto3 – RACE (10:00 uk)
- Moto2 – RACE (11:20 uk)
- MotoGP – RACE (13:00 uk)
[ All above schedule and time table is according to UK format. Spanish Grand Prix MotoGP race will start at around 14:00 local / 13:00 uk time ]
MotoGP 2016 Calendar & Results:
Below is the full official motoGP 2016 schedule which is set to start on 20th March with the first grand prix of the season in Qatar. Below is the entire motogp season schedule which has been confirmed. We will be updating the page after every grand prix with latest results.
|1||Qatar (Losail)||Jorge Lorenzo||20 March|
|2||Argentina (Termas De Rio)||Marc Marquez||03 April|
|3||United States (Austin)||Marc Marquez||10 April|
|4||Spanish (Jerez)||Valentino Rossi||24 April|
|5||French (LeMans)||Jorge Lorenzo||08 May|
|6||Italian (Mugelli)||Jorge Lorenzo||22 May|
|7||Spanish (Catalunya)||05 June|
|8||Dutch (Assen)||26 June|
|9||German (Sachsenring)||17 July|
|10||Austria (Spielberg)||14 August|
|11||Czech Republic (Brno)||21 August|
|12||British (Silverstone)||04 September|
|13||San Marino (Simoncelli)||11 September|
|14||Spanish (Aragon)||25 September|
|15||Japan (Motegi)||16 October|
|16||Australia (Philip Island)||23 October|
|17||Malaysia (Sepang)||30 October|
|18||Spanish (Valencia)||13 November|
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Jorge Lorenzo will begin his defense for the MotoGP title after eclipsing Marc Marquez and team mate Valentino Rossi in 2015. Marquez will be looking to improve on his 2015 performances while Valentino Rossi will give it another go to win his record 8th motogp title after failing under-pressure last year. Below is the schedule for upcoming MotoGP race and the entire schedule.