Tag Archives: Franco Morbidelli
I know it’s been already more than a month since Czech GP 2017 happened but I have been a little bit busy since then. So finally now it’s the time to publish my memories on the race day – Sunday. … Continue reading
At the beginning of August Czech GP was organized here in my country. I am always happy to go to the beautiful Masaryk circuit. I always enjoy every little moment of the time there. As usual in the past few … Continue reading
Another Moto2 race weekend is behind us. It took place in Germany at the Sachsenring circuit. The weather wasn’t ideal with some rain during the weekend but luckily for the Sunday the clouds went away a little bit and it … Continue reading
The season 2017 is almost coming to its half and it was time for the Dutch GP at the very famous and great Assen circuit. The Championship leader Franco Morbidelli started from pole position. Takaaki Nakagami and Thomas Lüthi also … Continue reading
The Catalan GP did take place as the recent Moto2 round. It all happened at the circuit near Barcelona. Local boy Alex Márquez started from pole position. Italians Mattia Pasini and Lorenzo Baldassarri completed him in the front row.
The Italian round of the Moto2 World Championship did take place in Mugello. The Championship leader Franco Morbidelli started from pole position. His team mate Alex Márquez was next to him. Mattia Pasini completed the front row.
Another Moto2 race of the season did take place in France, at Le Mans circuit. Thomas Lüthi started from pole position, Francesco Bagnaia was on 2nd place, Franco Morbidelli started from 3rd position.
The Championship has returned back to Europe. The first European race of many in the season did take place in Spain, at the Jerez circuit. It was the local boy Alex Márquez who started from pole position. His team mate … Continue reading
The third race weekend of the Moto2 2017 Championship did take part at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Texas, USA. Franco Morbidelli, Mattia Pasini and Alex Márquez started from the front row to the race.