Jack Miller has won his very first MotoGP grand prix in Assen after a heavy storm forced a restart. Marc Marquez finished second while Valentino Rossi crashed out alongside Dani Pedrosa and several others in slippery conditions after the restart. Jack Miller’s win was incredible but the weekend belongs to Marc Marquez who finished second and extended his lead at top of the championship as we move to Germany where next grand prix will take place in three weeks time.
After incredible scenes in TT Assen we had three new winners in Moto3, Moto2 and the MotoGP. Only Assen can produce such results which in all fairness were down to stormy/wet conditions.
Valentino Rossi will be disappointed after crashing out while leading the race after the restart. In just 12 lap race afte the restart he lead and looked like on his way to second consecutive win but just like several others he crashed out paving the way for Marquez to extend the lead.
As the things stand now, Marquez has built a massive lead at top of the championship table with Lorenzo and Rossi’s failure to snatch in points in Netherlands.
Marquez has 24 points lead at top of the championship table with 145 points while Jorge Lorenzo who finished 10th has 121 points to his name followed by people’s champions Valentino Rossi he crashed while leading the race in Assen has 103 points.
Dani Pedrosa just like Rossi failed to add in his points tally. As the things stand its hard to see either Yamaha rider getting the better of Marquez but stranger things has happen.
Netherlands MotoGP Grand Prix 2016 Results:
So another superb MotoGP weekend concluded in Netherlands with Jack Miller getting his maiden grand prix win, Marquez finishing second and extended the lead while Scott Redding made it third on the podium. Lorenzo and Rossi will be disappointed after they failed to take advantage of the restart.
German Grand Prix Of MotoGP 2016 in Sachsenring: After incredible Dutch motoGP where Jack Miller went on to win his very first motoGP grand prix we move to Germany where next race will take place in three weeks time. German MotoGP is set to start with traditional friday, 15 July 2016 practice sessions. BT Sports coverage begins 30 minutes before the first practice session at around 07:30 uk time with the Moto3 FP1. Saturday, 16 July 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, 15 July 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, 16 July 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, 17 July 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)||Valentino Rossi||05 June|
|8||Dutch (Assen)||Marc Marquez||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.