MotoGP Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Pix Deutschland

On 19 June 2022 the German MotoGP Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Pix was held and won by Fabio Quartararo, from Monster Energy Yamaha.

Not only surviving as the champion of the MotoGP standings in 2022, Fabio got a new throne, namely King Sachsenring replacing Marc Marquez who always managed to conquer the Sachsenring field for 8 consecutive editions.

Fabio in this match looks amazing and stunning after winning the CalatanGP which took place two weeks ago. At the beginning of the match, Fabio was in second place by skillfully passing the circuit corners and became the fastest racer on the third lap.

And in pole position, Francesco Bagnaia did not use it well and crashed out of the race and that happened in the 14th minute, and this was the second time Bagnaia had bounced off the circuit.

And in the Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Pix Deutschland MotoGP match, the following is the result of the MotoGP race

  1. Fabio Quartararo 41 minutes 12.816 seconds
  2. Johann Zarco +4.939
  3. Jack Miller +8,372
  4. Aleix Espargaro +9.113
  5. Luca Marini +11,679
  6. Jorge Martin +13,164
  7. Bard Binder +15,405
  8. Fabio Di Giannantonio +15,851
  9. Miguel Oliveira +19,740
  10. Enea Bastianini +21,611

Ferrari are finally back

If the battle between Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen is any measure of the season to come in Formula 1, it is going to be quite a year.
Major rule changes for 2022 have taken Lewis Hamilton out of the title race for now.
But Leclerc and Verstappen staged a gripping contest at the Bahrain Grand Prix. They raced for two rounds, swapped the lead five times, before the Ferrari driver came out on top. The perfect Leclerc a drive that has pace, control, maturity, coolness and aggression puts him in a strong position.

A revival in Maranello. It’s been a long journey back to this point for the most famous team in F1. They were last truly competitive in 2017 and 2018, but let the titles slip from their hands with mistakes from the team and their lead driver at the time, Sebastian Vettel.
The following year was in the spotlight - Leclerc scored more pole positions than anyone and won two races, but it was shrounded in controversy over their engine.

They lost performance during the race after clarifying the rules regarding the use of the hybrid system and the following winter it was revealed that they had reached a first agreement with the FIA's governing body, which said they had always doubted the engine legally.
In 2020, their engine suffered a major setback in terms of power.

They made progress in 2021. But the lack of competitiveness in those seasons ensured they always saw the 2022 rule reset as an opportunity to bounce back forward. Proof from Bahrain, work and focus has paid off.
The Ferrari - at least in the hands of Leclerc - is the fastest car in Bahrain. But only. He beat Verstappen to take pole by just 0.1 seconds and had a small but ultimately decisive lead in the race.

Leclerc was able to answer everything Verstappen threw at him. He was eliminated on the first assignment. He was able to fight Red Bull twice after Verstappen closed with his first pit stop earlier -
It had been clear for a long time that Leclerc was a potential world champion if only he could get the right car.

The man was very fast, and he was racing hard. It was a brilliant drive, and he was miles away from team-mate Carlos Sainz for much of the weekend, the Spaniard admitting he will need to work hard to understand where his deficit is coming from.


In honor of his mother, the F1 star changed and used his mother's name

The seven-time F1 champion has changed his name in honor of his mother, Lewis Hamilton will change his name to Lewis LHamilton - Larbalestier by adding his mother's surname. The 37-year-old made this statement during an on-stage interview at the World Expo Expo in Dubai.

Lewis added his mother's name because Lewis himself doesn't fully understand why women lose their names after marriage, and a name change is in progress and it won't happen before the season opener for this week's Bahrain Grand Prix.

His mother divorced his father when Lewis was a child and he lived with his mother until the age of 12, and the Briton, who won his eighth world title in a controversial situation at last year's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, says he is not committed to his future, he has made a commitment. someday later.

Hamilton had previously taken a break from social media before appearing in February, appearing to fight for his eighth title.

Become a Challenger after the launch of Alpine's new car

Chief executive Laurent Rossi said Alpine could be a future competitor to Formula 1 and they would move right after one race win last season.

The ninth team which is the french factory will launch their car in the coming season on monday

In the last 3 years Alpine have been fifth in the constructors' standings, and Former Aston Martin Team boss Otmar Szafnauer as head of the new team was signed last week

The line-up of the drivers team in 2022 will not change from the Spanish double champion

On 20 March the new F1 season will start with the Bahrain Grand Prix

Williams Drops FW44 Car In Shakedown At Silverstone Circuit

MDP Live - Williams' new car for F1 2022, the FW44, has been tested for the first time at the Silverstone Circuit after being officially launched on Tuesday (15/2).

Williams unveiled his new livery for the upcoming 2022 F1 championship at a digital launch event on Tuesday (15/02) before the FW44 made its debut at the Silverstone Circuit in the Shakedown session.

After testing was delayed for an hour due to electrical problems, the FW44 finally hit the wet track at 2pm local time, with Nicholas Latifi first behind the wheel.

The British team became the third Formula 1 team to field a car for F1 2022 in public ahead of the first pre-season test at the Catalunya Circuit next week.

Aston Martin fielded the AMR22 at Silverstone last week, while Alfa Romeo's C42 car paved the way for the first time with a camouflage livery in a private test at the Fiorano Circuit on Tuesday (15/02).

Williams' principal, Jost Capito, then emphasized that the manufacture of the FW44 car was according to plan, even though it was only revealing the livery.

"Because we are working on a livery and we want to have a perfect one. That's why we can only display it in the show car because it takes a little time to do it," said Capito, quoted from Crash.

“The race car itself is getting ready. At 2 we can go to the track and we will have some photos of the car. We just want to show something appropriate in the livery," he concluded.

Yuki Tsunoda Relys On Past Experiences To Adapt To New Car

MDP Live - AlphaTauri driver Yuki Tsunoda uses his past experience to adapt to the new 18-inch car. He had driven a similar car when competing in Formula 2.

As a young driver in Formula 1 competition, Yuki Tsunoda was immediately faced with regulatory changes in 2022. All cars are required to use 18-inch wheels. The riders then try to adapt as early as possible to get used to it.

Luckily for Tsunoda, he only joined F1 in 2021. Previously, he had competed in F2 using a car with a similar tire size. In his trials with a racing simulator, he felt a similar sensation.

"Overall the car feels fiercer and has more efficient movement. Bigger wheels give you a completely different feel compared to 13-inch tires," Tsunoda said when interviewed by local media.

"I've felt it before because when we raced in Formula 2, we made the same changes there and changed to 18-inch tires. So, I feel the difference there. For me, the characters are very similar," he said once again.

Tsunoda himself must improve his performance in the 2022 season. As an AlphaTauri racer, he is required to be able to achieve higher achievements. Moreover, he has reaped valuable experience from the 2021 season. With that experience, he should have been able to improve himself and show rapid improvement.

Joan Mir Reveals Current Conditions After Food Poisoning in Mandalika

MDP Live - Suzuki Ecstar rider, Joan Mir, confirmed that his condition is now fine after experiencing food poisoning during a pre-season test at the Mandalika Circuit last week.

Joan Mir's food poisoning was certainly very detrimental to himself and Suzuki. The reason is, the 24-year-old man couldn't help his partner, Alex Rins, to tinker with the GSX-RR motorcycle on the last day of the second 2022 MotoGP pre-season test at the Mandalika Circuit on Sunday (13/2).

Before the third day's session began, Mir was known to have been rushed to a nearby clinic for treatment. At that time, the doctor who handled him suspected that the 2020 MotoGP champion had food poisoning.

As a result, he was forced to miss the third day of the pre-season test at Mandalika. Of course, this is very unfortunate considering its performance in the last two days of testing there is very promising.

On the first day, Joan Mir was in eighth place with 0.778 seconds adrift of the rider in first place, Pol Espargaro. Then on the second day, he managed to improve his time record by posting a time of 1 minute 31.586 seconds and was ranked fifth.

Despite his achievements, currently Mir has revealed his current condition. The Spanish rider admitted that he had improved and expressed his gratitude to all those who had given him support.

“Feeling much better. Thank you for all your messages and support. See you soon," wrote Mir in his insta story on his Instagram social media account.

On the other hand, Mir was also very satisfied with Suzuki's performance during the tests at the Sepang Circuit and the Mandalika Circuit. He also said that he was ready to start the 2022 MotoGP competition which will soon open at the Losail Circuit.

"Unfortunately I couldn't perform today due to some digestive issues. But we have done a very good job over the past few days at the Sepang and Mandalika tests, and we are ready for the Qatar MotoGP," wrote the rider in his post.

McLaren extends Norris contract, Daniel Ricciardo refuses to be jealous

MDP Live - McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo does not want to be jealous of Lando Norris who has just received a contract extension. He prefers to focus on improving his performance on the race track.

As is known, McLaren has extended the contract of Lando Norris until 2025. This has led to speculation that the Woking side are likely to rely more on Norris than the more senior Ricciardo. Responding to these rumors, Daniel Ricciardo was reluctant to think about it. He himself still has a contract until the end of 2023 so there is no need to worry about his future. The main focus that must be lived now is to improve the speed with McLaren's new car.

"No, I didn't think about that at all. I mean, if I wear a team hat, or run the business of running a team, what McLaren is doing to keep Norris is a good maneuver," Ricciardo said in an interview with local media.

Ricciardo also did not deny that Norris did have a good performance in the 2021 F1 season. Norris earned even more points than him and was younger. Not surprisingly, McLaren fenced him off with a long-term contract so as not to be taken by another factory team.

"Not only has he been able to deliver great performances last season, to be honest, Norris has done really well in Formula 1. Apart from performances, he also really loves this team and feels McLaren is his home. So I think it's good for him and his future as well. in front of McLaren," said the driver from the Kangaroo Country.

Maverick Vinales is aware that he has to work hard to understand Aprilia motorbikes

MDP Live - Aprilia's Maverick Vinales continues to work hard to understand the characteristics of the RS-GP bike. He knows that the adaptation process is still not perfect until now.

As is known, Maverick Vinales was recruited by Aprilia to advance the team's achievements. Unfortunately, the adaptation process of Vinales with Aprilia has not gone smoothly. In several races that were tried last year, Vinales struggled to find his best speed.

Aprilia as a team then worked hard to design a more competitive motorbike for the 2022 season. When the team had tried their best, of course Vinales didn't want to relax either. He knows he still has a lot of work to do in understanding motorcycles.

"To the Aprilia fans, I say that we are working very hard. Aprilia signed me for a certain reason and I am ready to speed. We are trying to complete the target that Aprilia fans want. I just say gas pol," said Vinales.

Vinales also said that he would like to take a reference from Aleix Espargaro who is more familiar with RS-GP motorcycles. However, Vinales stressed that he did not want to change his racing style like Espargaro. He will find a way to be competitive with his own racing style.

"I've known Aleix for a long time and we have different racing styles, he's 'on' the bike and I'm 'outside' the motorbike," said the rider who is typical with the nickname The Top Gun.

Launches a new car, Red Bull Racing believes the RB18 is fiercer on straight tracks

MDP Live - Red Bull Racing Technical Director Pierre Wache believes that the new RB18 car will have better speed on the straights. The sector has been trying to fix the team mechanics during the winter break.

As is known, Red Bull Racing has just launched their new car to compete in the upcoming 2022 F1. The new car is named RB18 and has an elegant design. In addition to being slick in terms of design, the quality of the engine of the car is also improved so as not to lose competitiveness with Mercedes.

Pierre Wache as the Technical Director dared to emphasize that his team's new car will be faster on the straight track. Top speed is one of Red Bull's weaknesses last season.

"What they wanted to do was obviously to create and generate downforce from the underside of the car compared to before, where it was generated by the floor but also the front wing, rear wing and body," said Wache.

"It will definitely affect the car's control system, mechanical grip and drag of the car. This generation of downforce is quite efficient, and this type of car should be much faster on straight tracks at this level of downforce," he said once again.

Red Bull does have to increase the speed of his car next season. In the last few series of last year alone, Verstappen was so overwhelmed by the speed of Mercedes. Luckily, he can still win dramatically at the Abu Dhabi GP.