The tenth stage of the world championship, the first of the second part of the season, on the historic Czech circuit of Brno, which in the past has seen so many legendary challenges and distinguished winners. We dwell this time on the victories of Italian riders on Italian motorcycles, in the premier class, given Dovizioso’s triumph on Ducati in this edition. There are not many pilots who can boast of such an undertaking in Brno. In the order Giacomo Agostini on MV Agusta for 4 times, Loris Capirossi on Ducati in 2006 and Dovizioso indeed.

This year we have experienced exciting competitions in all three classes, a sign that in real and historical circuits a good part of the show comes from the track itself and fun, for riders and spectators, never fails.
But first things first. In Moto3 we have seen a great battle as usual that this time rewards, for the first time in season, the Italian Di Giannantonio.

Excellent performance for our young Japanese rookie Kazuki Masaki, who finished the race in 13th place, half a second from the top ten. The Japanese rider is definitely growing race after race and we are sure that this second part of the world will see him in further growth!

The race of the Moto2 has been the most exciting among those so far played this season and perhaps the most exciting of the last years. Podium uncertain until the end, with overtaking and counter-steps, but at the end the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira took the top podium step and he’s now projected towards the MotoGP. Good placement for Brad Binder, sixth at the end and author of a rather defensive race; however, important points and a top6 earned after the splendid victory in Germany three week ago.

Tension-filled MotoGP until the last lap, with the trio Dovizioso-Lorenzo-Marquez fighting for the victory, which ends up in the hands of the Ducati Italian rider, eleven years after the last victory in Brno for Ducati, with Casey Stoner. Lorenzo, second, gives a historic double win to the Ducati. Good result for the Italian-Brazilian Franco Morbidelli from EG 0.0 Marc VDS  Team; with the 13th place he turns out to be the best rookie of the day in Moto GP. Top10 achieved for Iannone (10th) and just touched by Rins (11th) of Team Suzuki Ecstar, both authors of a not exciting weekend in what is certainly not their favorite track.

Not even the time to catch the breath, the next appointment is already in seven days at the Red Bull home track, the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria.

There will still be fun … stay tuned!