New year and new illusions for fans of MotoGP. The most important championship in motorcycling will kick off in the next few hours, with many changes that will make people talk throughout the year. Presentations are already underway, and teams await the start of the calendar and the pilots they already want to get on the bike.
The most complicated year in MotoGP history was 2020. The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) left serious economic consequences on teams and leaders. In addition, the calendar suffered great consequences, being modified several times. As for sports, it was one of the best. The title of Joan Mir It showed that any rider in the paddock is in great condition to fight for victory.
The changes that occurred in the paddock were great. Multiple pilots changed teams, among which stand out those of Pol Espargaró (Of KTM to Repsol Honda), Alex Marquez (Of Repsol Honda to LCR Honda) Y Valentino rossi (Of Yamaha to Petronas). What’s more, Luca marini Y Enea Bastianini (Sponsorama) Y Jorge Martin (Pramac) will debut in the category.
Márquez and Rossi the protagonists
This year, many seek to see on track again Marc Márquez, who missed last season after injuring his shoulder at the Spanish Grand Prix. In addition, Valentino Rossi is facing what may be his last season as a professional driver, in the team Petronas Yamaha, where he will seek to be in the forefront of the World Cup again.
The preseason will begin on March 6 and 7 for the youngest riders in the category and newcomers. For the rest of the paddock they will start on March 10, until the 12th. Moto2 Y Moto3 It will take place on March 16, 17 and 18. The first test of the calendar will be at the Losail circuit, Qatar, on March 28. The second date will be April 4, in the same circuit.
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