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MotoGP – myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich Preview, Prediction, Date, Time & Schedule.

 

On Sunday the 16th of August, 2020, the MotoGP World Championship will continue when the Austrian Grand Prix kicks off at the Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Austria. The event comes just one week after the Monster Energy Grand Prix České Republiky took place at Masaryk Circuit, Czech Republic.

 

What Happened at the Monster Energy Grand Prix České Republiky?

 

Last time out we saw Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) pick up pole position on the podium. The 25-years old South African picked up his first ever win in MotoGP after 3 starts since this year - finishing the race in 41'38.764s with an average speed of 163.4km/h. Franco Morbidellli (Petronas Yamaha SRT) finished 5.266s behind the South African after an average speed of 163.1km/h. Johann Zarco (Esponsorama Racing) finished P3 - 6.470s behind Brad Binder while Velentino Rossi (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) came in fifth with delta time 7.517s. The race wasn’t without the usual accidents as we saw Pol Espargaro (SPA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), Joan Mir (Team SUZUKI ECSTAR) and Iker Lecuona (Red Bull KTM Tech 3) all crashing out after 17'50.305, 6'04.105 and 6'04.354 respectively from the start of the race.

 

What Does the Red Bull Ring Look Like?

 

The current permanent circuit distance is 4.318km (2.683mi), composed mainly of long straights and having 10 turns. It remains with a current lap record of 1:24.277s held by Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Desmosedici GP18) - a record which was established at the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix. The MotoGP World Championship returned to Austria in 2016 after a break of 18 years having hosted its first Grand Prix in 1971.

 

What Should We Expect at the Austrian Grand Prix?

 

We have seen three different winners in the last four MotoGP races and know surprises are always expected in MotoGP. This weekend we are giving it to Andrea Dovizioso to win or – at least finish in the top 3. Andrea Dovizioso was first in 2019’s Austrian Grand Prix – his second win on location after picking up the first in 2017. The Italian who finished with his Ducati in 11th place at the Czech Republic Grand Prix will be looking for his third title on the same location when the rubber hits the road on Sunday. Meanwhile Fabio Quartararo who came in 7th last weekend will be looking to make the podium and consolidate his spot on the drivers' standings.

 

What Time Does the Austrian Grand Prix kick off?

 

Date: Sunday 16th of August, 2020.

 

Time: 13:00 (BST).

 

Tournament: MotoGP.

 

Race: myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich (Austrian Grand Prix).

 

Location: Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Styria, Austria.