Jack Miller has won the 2016 Netherlands MotoGP gand prix in TT assen after stormy weather forced a restart. Marc Marquez took the second place while Scott Redding made it to the podium in third place. Valentino Rossi and several others crashed out in slippery conditions just after the 12 lap restart.
Dutch MotoGP keeps its traitional of surprising results and we had just that with three new winners in Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP this weekend. Weather and track conditions played a big part but take nothing away from the winners and podium finishers considering some of the more experienced crashed out.
Dutch MotoGP Results:
Andrea Iannone go into the Sundays race with a penalty which means he will start at the back of the grid regardless of the results in qualifying but he was the quickest in the Friday practice followed by another Italian Valentino Rossi who set the second fastest lap time on traditional Friday sessions.
Last year it was Valentino Rossi who triumphed at this circuit leading from start to finish and he will be eager to get another win under his belt to keep the pace with the top two of Marquez and Lorenzo.
Netherlands MotoGP 2016 – Race Results & Highlights:
Once the race is over we will immediately place the full official results and how the championship table looks after dutch motogp. Currently Marc Marquez is leading going into the netherlands gp. If you missed the live action of the qualifying and race this weekend you can always tune in here for extended replay videos posted here after the race.
TT Assen MotoGP – Qualifying Results:
Valentino Rossi will start at the pole position while team suzuki’s Aleix Esparago will start second at the grid ahead of Marc Marquez who finished third in the qualifying. Jorge Lorenzo finished 8th and he has alot of work to do to get into the top 3 on the podium after the Netherlands motoGP. Here are the official results from qualifying round.
Its a massive week in the championship race with only 22 points separating the top three a win for any of the top 3 combine with a mistake by one or both other riders will put the championship in the another dimension.