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The MotoGP doesn't stop, after Mugello it's Barcelona's turn for the Catalan Grand Prix!

Just time to catch a breath that, after the intense weekend of Mugello, it's already time to get on track for the seventh round of the season to be held on Spanish soil ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ

During last weekend, our Shark gave us another demonstration of his good upward trend. A fourth and a seventh place in the last two races, 27 points, tenth place in the World Championship: certainly not a bad record so far! ๐Ÿ˜œ

So no, now no, there's no time or desire for us to stop either: we want to immediately build on the progress made in the last few races, on the analysis of the last GP and we're already looking forward to getting back to work to pick up what we just left off, and build on it so that the curve doesn't keep going up!!! ๐Ÿ“ˆ

Please note: Sunday's Warm-Up session and race will start later than usual. The start for the seventh Moto2 race, will in fact be at 14:30.


  Moto2 World Championship 2021 โ€“ P10 โ€“ 27 points


๐ŸŽ™Tony: "We need to come back stronger after the last few days, which have been tough for everyone.... Despite everything, I'm super motivated to have another good weekend, especially because from Le Mans to Mugello, in terms of the bike, me personally, my riding and my feeling, we have already made a really good step forward. This progress motivates me enormously and makes me eager to get a great result. I want it more than anything else, so we have to focus and keep working hard from FP1 on Friday morning onwards. We believe in each other as a team and are all ready to work hard for our goals."


Long straights and braking at the limit: the characteristics of the CIRCUIT OF BARCELONA

The Catalunya Grand Prix is run on the Montmelรณ circuit, 20 km northeast of Barcelona, and is considered one of the best facilities in the world.

The Catalunya circuit is extremely technical and demanding, and this year will host the MotoGP for the third time on the Iberian peninsula, after Portimao and Jerez de la Frontera.

Inaugurated in 1991, the circuit is considered one of the most demanding for the braking system of motorcycles due to the sudden braking that must be carried out, which makes braking difficult and brakes difficult to cool.

The track is 4.6 kilometers long and has 6 left turns and 8 right turns. It's a mixed track with alternating high speed bends and harder braking, especially the first braking after the finish line: one of the most difficult in the world, where you go from 346 km/h to 123 km/h.

Overtaking opportunities are found especially in turn 1, after the 1047 meter straight, but also in turn 4 and turn 10.



The event will be fully broadcast live on SkySports (channel 208), live streaming on DAZN and Now TV. While TV8 will broadcast the summary of qualifying and the races of all three classes in deferred.
Our Facebook and Instragram pages "Tony Arbolino LIVE Page", instead, will propose you the LIVE text LIVE of all the sessions and the race, with real time updates to not miss a single moment of the season debut.

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