“Half way to Perfection.”

Hey folks, Dre here again with another Race Review, as this time as the MotoGP circus headed to the Sachsenring, for the German Grand Prix, and we had yet another amazing start as the rain reeked more havoc amongst the field, but Marc Marquez would take his 9th consecutive win, with Dani Pedrosa close behind, but there was also some great rides further down the field too, which we’ll get too, as well as a massive strategic fail from Stefan Bradl who was given a golden carrot of a race-winning situation. Also, Dominque Aegerter came home with his first win after 130 career starts, and Jack Miller re-inforced his Championship lead in Moto3, but some brilliant rides from further down the field stole the show. Let’s break it down right here!


Changeable conditions. AGAIN!

Another ridiculous start for the German Grand Prix. Moto2 and Moto3 stayed quiet, but another 15 minutes flash shower caused everyone to change ton wet setups… Until, it stopped with just a few minutes to go. No time for extra sighting laps this time, they all set off on their formation laps on wet tyres, with 70% of the field bolting into the pit lanes to change bikes, except for Stefan Bradl and pretty much all the back-markers who had decided to roll the dice.

The pit lane start for the top runners led to a topsy turvy field for the first half of the race, with the Repsol Honda’s taking just 3 laps to go