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In fact, ahead of him are two other Ducati riders, the Frenchman Johann Zarco, who is third in the provisional world championship table, and the Italian Enea Bastianini, who has come to command that classification.

Once again, in front of Fabio Quartararo must be Aleix Espargaró himself, who needed to close the gap to the Frenchman after the “error” in Catalonia and his discreet fourth place in Germany, in the same position as the Italian Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia and his Ducati Desmosedici GP22, after his second consecutive “zero” in Germany.

To these data we must add another, no less worrying for his rivals, which is that he, Fabio Quartararo, was the last winner in the Netherlands GP and, despite the criticism and doubts that arose at the beginning of the season with the Yamaha YZR M 1, the truth is that the Iwata manufacturer’s prototype is showing a solvency and regularity that neither the “numerous” Ducati riders nor the efficiency of Aleix Espargaró’s Aprilia RS-GP seem capable of stopping.

The French Fabio Quartararo is showing in each grand prix that he faces a solvency that consolidates him as the leader of MotoGP and now he arrives at the TT Assen Circuit, a track that could be classified as a “friend” where it is disputed, since the start of the world championship in 1949 and without interruption, the Grand Prix of the Netherlands.

The Dutch Grand Prix race in the MotoGP category, which takes place at the Assen Circuit, will take place at 2:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time).

The Spanish MotoGP rider Pol Espargaró (Repsol Honda) will not continue participating in the Dutch Grand Prix, the eleventh round of the Motorcycle World Championship that is being held this weekend at the Assen Circuit, due to the injuries suffered a week ago in Sachsenring, and is expected to return after the summer break.

“After Free Practice 2 on Friday, Espargaró was still in intense pain and discomfort. As a result, he feels that he is not capable of competing on a MotoGP bike and, together with the Repsol Honda Team, has chosen to stay out of the race. in Assen”, Repsol Honda confirmed this Saturday.

The man from Granollers suffered a crash in the first free practice sessions of the German Grand Prix that caused him problems with his ribs and lungs, especially when driving. Now he will have to wait until August 7, when the British Grand Prix will be held at Silverstone Circuit.

‘La Catedral’ will be the scene of the last race before the grid takes a ‘break’ until the beginning of August. Fabio Quartararo knows that, no matter what happens at the Dutch GP, he will return to Silverstone (England) as the first classified in MotoGP.

And it is that the MotoGP category is where at the moment there is less emotion, with a Quartararo who is acting as current champion and who dominates the championship quite comfortably after adding his third victory of the championship at the Sachsenring (Germany) last weekend. year and second in a row.

The French rider Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) will try to take advantage of the Dutch Grand Prix, the eleventh round of the Motorcycle World Championship that is being held this weekend at the Assen Circuit, to go on vacation with a smile and half a title in the pocket.

The MotoGP Netherlands GP race will take place at 2:00 p.m. (GMT+2).

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