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.


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.

Monster Energy Yamaha Officially Launches New Motorcycle to Face MotoGP 2022

MDP Live - Monster Energy Yamaha has finally officially launched a new motorbike for MotoGP 2022. Director Massimo Meregalli realizes that it is not easy to win two championship titles in a row.

The launch was carried out before carrying out an official test at the Sepang Circuit, Malaysia. The launch was also attended by two Monster Energy Yamaha racers, namely Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli.

"We are well aware that winning one championship is relatively easy compared to trying to win it twice in a row. So the heat is on!" said team director Massimo Meregalli, reported by

“We are all starting from zero again, and we have a long season ahead of us with 21 GPs on the calendar. We must not dwell too much on the past: we need to focus on the task ahead and move forward if we are to finish first again."

Quartararo made history as France's first premier class champion in his debut season in the factory team.

The 22-year-old punished his rivals for an inconsistent start to the season with seven podiums in the first ten rounds, including four wins, while crucially limiting damage during an arm pump problem at Jerez and a skin problem in Catalunya.

As victory dried up after Silverstone, round 12, Quartararo then managed to lead the points to secure the title with two rounds remaining.

Despite this, Quartararo finished the season repeatedly warning that Yamaha had to give more engine and straight-line performance to take on Ducati in 2022. But no such improvement appeared in the 2021 final test, meaning Yamaha now only has five days of testing at Sepang. (two days). ) and then Mandalika (three days) to fulfill their star rider's only real request.

“Both Fabio and Franco are undeniable talents, and their racing suits our bike as well. One of them will be looking to ensure his dominance on the MotoGP field. While the other riders want to show their full potential now that he is getting closer to full recovery from his injury, so we are ready to fight."

Despite the status of a legend, Valentino Rossi admits that modern MotoGP is very difficult

MDP Live - MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi has followed the changes that have occurred in the elite two-wheeler class since the 2000 season. He also stated that modern MotoGP is very physically demanding and the competition is fierce.

Rossi is a racer who understands the bitter sweetness of racing in MotoGP. Because, almost his entire life was spent racing on the circuit.

Rossi has been in the racing world since 1996 and decided to hang up his helmet in 2021. During his career, The Doctor has collected nine world titles, seven of which were won in MotoGP.

Because he has been involved for a long time, Rossi knows very well the development of MotoGP from time to time. He also said that the current MotoGP has changed.

According to Rossi, the racers now have to have a strong physique because MotoGP bikes are very extreme. In addition, he also emphasized the importance of mental factors.

"In recent years MotoGP has become very physically demanding because the bike is very extreme," said Rossi, quoted from Motosan, Monday (31/1/2022).

"Physically, you have to have that (physical strength) to be there although mental is also important," he continued.

“What I learned is, that some days you are the best and others you are not. You don't have a special secret that can change that," concluded Rossi.

Not Marc Marquez or Quartararo, this is Joan Mir's toughest opponent in MotoGP 2022

MDP Live - Team Suzuki Ecstar racer, Joan Mir, does not view Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) or Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha) as the toughest potential opponents in MotoGP 2022. He mentions Ducati riders who are predicted to go crazy in MotoGP 2022.

Ducati fielded four teams in MotoGP 2022 consisting of one factory team and three satellite teams. For the factory team, Ducati still relies on Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller who performed well in the 2022 MotoGP.

Francesco Bagnaia is the 2021 MotoGP runner-up. Meanwhile, Jack Miller finished the season in fourth place.

Meanwhile, the satellite team will be divided into three teams. Call it Pramac Racing, Gresini Racing and VR46 Racing. Pramac is filled with two top drivers namely Johann Zarco and Jorge Martin.

For Gresini, Enea Bastianini and Fabio Di Giannantonio will be occupied. What about the VR46 team made by Valentino Rossi? There entrenched Luca Marini and Marco Bezzecchi.

Seeing that Ducati is preparing optimally for the 2022 MotoGP, Joan Mir said the qualifying session was important for Suzuki. Joan Mir assessed that if it was Ducati who started the race from the front row, it would be difficult to catch up with them.

"Qualification will be important for us. It is not only difficult to get a win, but also to get into the second qualifier," said Joan Mir quoted from Speedweek, Friday (28/1/2022).

Joan Mir said that after having a bad experience in MotoGP 2021 when he faced a Ducati rider. He explained that his motorcycle tires had problems when overtaking the Desmosedici Ducati.

"Overtaking was the worst thing last year. When trying to pass the Ducati, my front tire often overheated. As a result, the motorcycle became even worse," said the 2020 MotoGP world champion.

The Spaniard admitted that it would be difficult to compete with a Ducati rider who has tremendous potential if he and the bike don't develop. Therefore, it is interesting to wait for the action of Joan Mir and all the riders in MotoGP 2022.

5 reasons Marc Marquez will win MotoGP 2022 and match Valentino Rossi's title, Number 1 is an important factor

MDP Live - MotoGP 2022 is predicted to be very interesting because many riders are predicted to become champions in the new competition. Of course the Monster Energy Yamaha Team racer, Fabio Quartararo will be a strong candidate because he is the defending champion, but don't forget about Marc Marquez.

Yes, the Repsol Honda Team rider is certain to return to the race track after struggling with injuries and eye problems at the end of the 2021 MotoGP. Marquez has now confirmed that he will take part in the pre-season test which will be held at the Sepang Circuit, Malaysia in February 2022.

Of course, the return of Marquez has made the competition map now championing him to become a champion. There are many things that make Marquez still worthy of being a candidate for the 2022 MotoGP champion to be able to match Valentino Rossi's nine-time world champion title. So what is it?

Here are 5 reasons Marc Marquez will win MotoGP in 2022 and match Valentino Rossi's title:

  1. No Pressure

Marquez is indeed a MotoGP champion with the highest number of wins among other racers who will participate in the 2022 season. However, he is predicted to be without pressure when he drops in MotoGP 2022.

Because many parties are now championing Quartararo or Bagnaia to be able to win the 2022 MotoGP. This is inseparable from Marquez's condition, which is still not stable even though he is now ready to take part in the pre-season test.

Moreover, from the Honda side, they think realistically without putting high pressure on Marquez. Honda is aware that the bike is now slightly behind other teams.

Of course, the motorcycle problem is not a serious matter for Marquez, who has been able to maximize Honda's iron horse in recent years. The most important thing is that with less pressure, Marquez can focus more on improving his performance regardless of pressure from outside the garage.

  1. Repsol Honda Successfully Improves Motorcycle Quality

Honda can only rank fourth in the 2021 MotoGP constructors championship. A really disappointing result, of course, for a factory team as big as Honda.

Honda lost to Ducati, Yamaha and Suzuki. However, of course the team with the flapping wings logo will not remain silent. As Marquez's colleague Pol Espargaro said, the RC213V motorbike for the 2022 MotoGP is already much better.

It's just that a trial is needed to see how far the development of the Honda motorcycle is when compared to the iron horses of other teams.

"The bike is better, but it's too early to talk about how much better. First of all, we need to put the bike on track with another bike and see where we are," said Pol.

  1. There are 21 races in MotoGP 2022 that can benefit Marquez

Marc Marquez won six MotoGP titles in just seven seasons of his participation in the most prestigious motorcycle racing class. He was able to do this because Marquez was able to appear consistent throughout the season.

This is not seen by other riders who are now Marquez's competitors in the 2022 MotoGP. Quartararo may be the 2021 MotoGP champion, but the French rider is only good at the beginning of the season and sluggish at the end of the season.

On the other hand, Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo) who finished as runner-up in MotoGP 2021 was less intense at the start but performed superbly at the end of the season. Likewise Joan Mir (Suzuki Ecstar), who suddenly lost his best performance like when he won the 2020 MotoGP.

If only Marquez could restore his performance as before and be consistent. So in those 21 long races, Marquez can really benefit.

  1. High determination

As is known, Marquez has long wanted to match Valentino Rossi's record, which has mastered nine world titles, of which seven titles come from the MotoGP class.

Currently Marquez has achieved eight world titles, six of which are from MotoGP. So, he needs one more victory in the MotoGP class to match Rossi's record.

For Marquez, matching Rossi's record is not just a sign of competition between them. But more want to prove that he is one of the greatest racers in the racing event.

  1. Marc Marquez Has Recovered

As said above, Marc Marquez has finally recovered so he is allowed to take part in the 2022 MotoGP pre-season test in Malaysia. Although it is unknown how much he recovered, Marquez is predicted to be much better than when he started MotoGP in 2021.

With such conditions, Marquez was able to bring out his best performance. If that happens, it will be a sign of danger for other racers.

Because when in MotoGP 2021 Marquez was able to win three races while still holding pain in his right shoulder after a severe accident at MotoGP 2020. Imagine if the pain was gone, then Marquez would return to his glorious era.

Despite recovering from an injury, Marc Marquez's success in MotoGP 2022 still depends on Honda

MDP Live - Marc Marquez's success in MotoGP 2022 is not only determined by whether or not the injury has been healed. According to MotoGP observer Carlo Pernat, the success of the eight-time world champion depends on Honda.

As is known, Marquez is struggling to fully recover from his injury because it is still far from being prime. He has been practicing motocross and track testing at the Algarve Circuit, Portimao, January 16, 2022.

In Portimao, the 28-year-old racer has tested the RC213V-S to prepare for the 2022 MotoGP stage. He is also waiting for the RC213V Honda will build. The motor is allegedly easier to tame than the latest version.

Regarding his new motorbike, Pernat had high hopes. Honda is said to have to create a motorbike that is in accordance with Marquez's character so that the rider can issue his best performance on the cross. Plus, he's still recovering.

If he manages to create a suitable motorbike, Pernat is very confident about Marquez's chances in MotoGP 2022. The racer nicknamed The Baby Alien also has a great opportunity to add to the trophy coffers.

"If he comes back to being one and if he has a competitive bike, I'm sure he (Marquez) will fight for victory every Sunday," Pernat was quoted as saying by Tuttomotoriweb, Wednesday (26/1/2022).

The analysis is not without reason. The reason is, the Honda racer is still one of the greatest among Fabio Quartararo, Francesco Bagnaia, Joan Mir. He could endanger the three riders if he managed to fully recover and get a competitive bike in MotoGP 2022.

"He has been unfortunate in recent years, but he remains the strongest," explained Pernat.

For additional information, Marquez is also rumored to be participating in the 2022 MotoGP pre-season test at the Sepang Circuit, Malaysia on February 5. Then, the test will be continued in Indonesia, at the Mandalika Circuit, 11-13 February 2022.

MotoGP 2022 schedule is very busy, Francesco Bagnaia is tired

MDP Live - Lenovo's Ducati racer, Francesco Bagnaia, knows the 2022 MotoGP schedule will be very busy. He also admitted that he would not have time to relax.

Dorna Sports, the MotoGP organizer, has added two more races to the 2022 MotoGP. As a result, the riders will have 21 races in one season.

Indonesia and Finland will be the two new hosts for the 2022 MotoGP. For your information, the 2022 Indonesian MotoGP will take place at the Mandalika Circuit, 18-20 March.

Responding to the hectic 2022 season, Bagnaia admitted that he would be quite tired. The reason is, the time for the racers to rest will be reduced.

“Sometimes, you feel really tired. We don't have much time to relax," said Bagnaia, quoted from Italy 24 News, Monday (24/1/2022).

In addition, the RNF Yamaha rider, Andrea Dovizioso, also seems a bit objected to the hectic schedule for next season. The Italian racer also admitted that he didn't really want to think about it

"I don't even want to think about it," said the 35-year-old racer.

Even so, the tight schedule for next season may decrease over time. The reason is, new cases of Covid-19 continue to surge in almost all over the world which may affect the racing schedule for next season.

Conditions are getting better, Marc Marquez adds training portions to be ready to face MotoGP 2022

MDP Live - Repsol Honda Team racer, Marc Marquez, admitted that his current condition has improved, both in terms of vision or physical problems. Because of this, now Marquez intends to do additional training with his motorbike at the Aragon Circuit, Spain.

"I feel relieved because (my) vision is not disturbed. Because it's been a long time since I've ridden a motorbike, I know which physical areas are lacking. However, this usually happens during pre-season," said Marquez, quoted from the official Repsol Honda website, Thursday. (20/1/2022).

As is known, Marquez suffered an injury after falling in motoross practice before the 2021 MotoGP Algarve. Because of this incident, The Baby Alien – Marquez's nickname – had to miss the last two MotoGP 2021 races.

However, now his injury recovery has improved in the past month. Marquez also just underwent training to try out the Honda motorbike in Portimao, Portugal.

Not wanting to rest, Marquez is now reported to have immediately left for Spain to practice at the Aragon Circuit. According to Motosan's report, Thursday (20/1/2022), Marquez will try his 600cc motorcycle again.

That's what Marquez did to continue to adapt to the motorbike after being injured for almost two months. Because, The Baby Alien also really wants to take part in the 2022 MotoGP pre-season test in the near future.

First, the pre-season test will be held on February 5-6 2022 at the Sepang Circuit, Malaysia. Then, it was followed by a test which was held on 11-13 February 2022 at the Mandalika Circuit, Indonesia.

Of course, practice at the Aragon Circuit could be a sign for Marquez to continue to recover from injury. It is hoped that the Spaniard will be able to appear at the 2022 MotoGP.

Moreover, Repsol Honda confirmed that Marquez's diplopia continues to improve. He also admits that he feels relieved because his eyesight is getting better. That way, Marquez's chances of dropping in MotoGP 2022 are now even greater.