The third race of the season has brought the best riders of the Grand Prix to Brno in the Czech Republic. The circuit is much different from the one in Jerez whe e the first two races were held, but it's perfectly suited to the characteristics of the Desmosedici GP. Andrea Dovizioso arrives at the race in third place in the overall standings, but even though the point difference is significant, in the next three races he has an excellent chance of tightening things up. The same is true for Danilo Petrucci, who arrives with only seven points. But the three races in the Czech Republic and Austria could give the rider from Terni enough points to better his position.
The two races in Jerez confirmed the solid progress of the two Pramac Racing riders, with Bagnaia stopped by a technical issue when he was in second place and Miller finishing in the upper part of the standings.
Located about 200 km from Lisbon and built in 2008. It is a challenging track, featuring two steep downhill gradients that make it quite spectacular. It also has both very fast stretches and some very slow corners. The gigantic central grandstands facing the pit lane are truly impressive.Circuit data