Following the GPs in the American continent, MotoGP arrives in Europe, for its first stop in Jerez de la Frontera, into the circuit dedicated to the unforgettable Angel Nieto.

Important layover for Sakartdesign as our Sakartfamily riders Mika Kallio of MotoGP Team KTM and Lukas Tulovic in Moto2 (he replaced the injured Aegerter) make their debut in the World Championship.

A warm sun is joining the Sunday races. In Moto3, where unfortunately Darryn Binder is missing as he got injured during the Friday practices, there is battle since the beginning as ten riders are fighting for the podium positions. At the end of the race, good 4th place for the rookie Alonso LopezTeam Monlau EG 0,0 – who makes a great comeback as he started from the 7th place. Kazuki Masaki, the young Japanese rookie, ends the race 20th, making useful experience in Moto3 races.

In Moto2 Alex Marquez and Joan MirTeam EG 0,0 – start respectively from 2nd and 6th position and immediately attack for the first position together with a great Brad Binder, 5th on the grid. Our Lukas Tulovic, who is making his debut in a GP, starts 24th and, even though his little experience with these bikes, ends the race 20th, gaining 4 positions. In the first positions Alex Marquez falls down while he was 3rd and the victory goes to Lorenzo Baldassarri, with Brad Binder 6th very close to the podium.

MotoGP sees Suzuki, now at the top, battling with both of its riders, Alex Rins and Andrea Iannone. Unfortunately the race for Alex ends too early due to a slide, while Andrea is fighting for the podium position ahead of Rossi and Petrucci. At the end he is 3rd, second podium in a row after CotA GP. Good news also coming from Team EG 0,0 Marc VDS with rookie Franco Morbidelli finishing 9th, only 16 seconds after the winner Marc Marquez, best results in MotoGP for him up to now. One position behind there is Mika Kallio, wild card in Jerez and at his first GP this year: great result for the Finnish who ends ahead of his teammates, showing all his big experience and concreteness during his first appearance.

We will see again in Jerez next year, while next MotoGP stop is in France, at Le Mans Circuit, in two weeks.

Stay tuned!