Catalan GP 2017 Results: Andrea Dovizioso Magic Double Keeps Italian In front of Spaniard. The Italian Scored Second Consecutive Win In Two Weeks
Catalan GP 2017 results went in favor of Italians. Andrea Dovizioso of Team Ducati won the Catalan MotoGP at Barcelona-Catalunya. The win at Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya also brought him closer to the MotoGP world championship leader Maverick Vinales.
Now there is 7 point difference between Vinales and Dovizioso. Maverick Vinales is at 111 pts and Dovizioso is at 104 points. Vinales didn’t have a good outing at Catalunya GP he slipped to 10the position. The 2016 winner Valentino Rossi finished the race at 8th position. The pole winner Dani Pedrosa finished the race 3 positions.
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Catalan GP 2017 Final Race Results:
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Here are top 5 riders of Catalan GP 2017
Pos Pts Rider Team Speed Time/Gap
1 25 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati Team 156.2 44’41.518
2 20 Marc Marquez Repsol Honda 156.0 +3.544
3 16 Dani Pedrosa Repsol Honda 155.8 +6.774
4 13 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati Team 155.6 +9.608
5 11 Johann Zarco Monster Yamaha 155.4 +13.838
MotoGP 2017 Riders Standings After Catalan GP 2017:
Here are top 5 riders of MotoGP 2017 World Championship
Pos Rider Bike Nation Points
1 Maverick Vinales Yamaha Team Spain 111
2 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati Italy 104
3 Mac Marquez Honda Spain 88
4 Dani Pedrosa Honda Spain 84
5 Valentino Rossi Yamaha Italy 83
Desmo Dovi After The Win At Catalan GP 2017
Andrea Dovizioso, P1: “We realized the grip was so bad and the rear tyre consumption so high, that we shouldn’t just focus on the speed. And when we started the race, no one could push because everyone had to save the tyre a lot.
I overtook a few riders and was behind Dani, and decided to stay there. He saved the rear tyre well, and I did, but I was able to conserve the front. I didn’t know what was going on behind or if someone was able to catch us because our pace wasn’t very high. Ten laps to the end I tried to push but when I got to the front I realized my tyre was finished! But it was the same for them, too. It’s a strange feeling because I’ve never won by not pushing 100%! As quoted to MotoGP.com