2019 MotoGP Dutch GP schedule in Assen
Timetables and program of the Dutch GP in Assen, eighth round of the 2019 MotoGP World Championship to follow this weekend on MNC !
15 days of rest – and training – followed it, but here they are back: the stars of world motorcycling compete this weekend at the Assen circuit for the 2019 Dutch GP !
- MNC special file : Everything you need to know about the 2019 Dutch GP
Last year, the Dutch event was marked by particularly breathtaking suspense with more than a hundred overtaking, a good ten contacts and five different leaders … but only one at the finish: Marc Marquez, por supuesto…
This year, the reigning world champion arrives in the "Cathedral" with no less than 37 points ahead of his first pursuer, Andrea Dovizioso, victim with Rossi and Viñales of Barcelona..
Valentino Rossi, winner in,,,,, and (!), Is only fifth this year in the general classification while he came in the Netherlands second last year before finishing the race fifth…
Marc Marquez (Honda official n ° 93), 1st in the championship (140 points)
“Assen is a circuit where you have to be very precise and where it is difficult to be consistent. The most important thing is to be good at the quick changes of direction. I can’t wait to go back because we have already had great brawls by giving the fans a great show. I’m sure we’ll have a great race on Sunday. The weather looks good so I think we’re going to have a good weekend. ".
Andrea Dovizioso (official Ducati n ° 4), 2nd in the championship (103 points)
"We don’t have time to dwell on the points lost in Barcelona, we have to tackle each race while always working as hard. I believe that we are showing great competitiveness and even if there are always areas to improve, we showed our speed. Assen is not the most favorable track for our bike and the weather conditions always play a fundamental role there, but we nevertheless showed that we are able to improve over the course of a week -end, even on difficult circuits. We have to stay calm and focused, taking one race after another. The championship is still long! "
Alex Rins (official Suzuki n ° 42), 3rd in the championship (101 points)
"For sure I’m delighted to arrive at Assen: this is the race where I got my first second place in MotoGP last year after a tough but fun battle. There should be a lot of battles and overtaking this year. The track is very small but very smooth, I think it could be suitable for our GSX-RR ".
Danilo Petrucci (official Ducati n ° 9), 4th in the championship (98 points)
"I’ve always had a good feeling at Assen, it’s one of my favorite tracks although on paper it’s not the easiest for us. We had a positive series in the last few races so then I absolutely want to be competitive and keep fighting for the podium. Last year I had a pretty tough weekend in Assen, so I’m going to have extra motivation for this event. The weather will be the big unknown, and even though my riding style and the characteristics of the GP Desmosedici might be an advantage in wet conditions, I hope we have a dry race. We have a new possibility of making a good result. ".
Valentino Rossi (official Yamaha n ° 46), 5th in the championship (72 points)
"After the unlucky Barcelona race we are ready for the two consecutive Grand Prix at Assen and Sachsenring. In Montmeló we had done a good job in the box. We had worked well, we were very fast and I felt good during the first two laps of the race. In the Netherlands we will therefore work very hard to be ready again to fight at the forefront. Catalunya’s test was positive and I think the conclusions can help us. help have a nice weekend here. We will do our best ".
Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha satellite n ° 20), 7th in the championship (51 points)
"We come to Assen motivated by the good result we got at Barcelona, but we have to stay calm and continue to work like so far. We know exactly what our goal is, which is to be the best rookie of the year. We must not lose sight of it and continue to move forward step by step. If we continue to work in this way, I am sure that we will have other successes, like the pole position and the podium of the GP of Catalonia. tested positive in Barcelona, so we’re coming to the Netherlands with enthusiasm. I’m even better recovered from my right forearm surgery. Assen is a circuit that I like, I achieved two podiums and I expect a good weekend ".
Maverick Viñales (official Yamaha n ° 12), 11th in the championship (40 points)
"After the practice in Montmeló, we come to Assen with great motivation. The practice was very positive for us and confirmed the positive feeling I had at the last GP. I think we have found the best setting of the season. , as I showed at the GP of Catalonia before the accident. I can’t wait to get back on the M1 to confirm that the bike is working well and that we can be competitive. Unfortunately the championship is already in the process of escaping us and it became practically impossible to win it. So we’re going to focus on the end of the season getting as many podiums as possible, keeping an eye on the future and next season. ".
Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha satellite n ° 21), 12th in the championship (34 points)
"The last two Grands Prix ended with a bad result but we had a good feeling, especially in Barcelona where I started on the front row. In addition, we were very quick in testing last week so we are positive for the Dutch GP. I hope the things we tried will be useful for the race on Sunday. Assen is a circuit that generally suits me well. I won there in 2017 so I can’t wait to ride . The main objective is to finish the race with a good result, which would allow us to collect a large number of important points for the general classification ".
Joan Mir (official Suzuki n ° 36), 14th in the championship (22 points)
"I’m still very happy with the last race in Catalonia, but I’m also happy to go to Assen, a unique and legendary circuit. It’s a bit difficult for a beginner because there are very fast sections and others are very slow. The balance of the bike is therefore crucial. It is also important to be able to adapt the riding style very quickly and several times on the same lap. In addition, the weather can be variable so we will have to do our best and handle situations quickly. I am confident because we have found a good way to work and we are taking the right steps and progressing little by little. ".
Jorge Lorenzo (official Honda n ° 99), 15th in the championship (19 points)
"We come to Assen after having spent our most consistent weekend of the year in Barcelona. The end result was not what we wanted, but the whole weekend we were able to be competitive. We kept going. to improve the bike and that’s what I want to do again this weekend. If we continue to work like this with the Repsol Honda team, we can have the same speed as in Barcelona ".
Miguel Oliveira (KTM Tech3 n ° 88), 17th in the championship (12 points)
"The GP of the Netherlands is always very special because it’s a really unique circuit. I have very good memories of it, with some amazing podiums in Moto3. It’s a great circuit and I hope to be competitive this week. -end. After Monday’s practice in Barcelona, I feel like we’ve made some progress on the bike’s set-up and understanding what to do. I’m very motivated to do a good Grand Prize ".
Hafizh Syahrin (KTM Tech3 n ° 55), 25th in the championship (2 points)
"I can’t wait to get to Assen for the first session of the weekend, but especially for the race on Sunday because we couldn’t finish the race in Barcelona due to a technical problem. I kept working hard to be ready for any challenge. We all know it won’t be easy, but I really want to enjoy my weekend on the KTM RC16 ".
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2019 Dutch Grand Prix Moto GP Timetable
Friday June 28, 2019
- 09:00 – 09:40: Free practice FP1 Moto3
- 09:55 – 10:40: FP1 MotoGP free practice
- 10:55 – 11:35: FP1 Moto2 free practice
- 13:15 – 13:55: FP2 Moto3 free practice
- 14:10 – 14:55: FP2 MotoGP free practice
- 15:10 – 15:50: FP2 Moto2 free practice
Saturday June 29, 2019
- 09:00 – 09:40: FP3 Moto3 free practice
- 09:55 – 10:40: FP3 MotoGP free practice
- 10:55 – 11:35: FP3 Moto2 free practice
- 12:35 – 13:15: Moto3 qualifying practice
- 13:30 – 14:00: FP4 MotoGP free practice
- 14:10 – 14:25: Qualifying practice QP1 MotoGP
- 14:35 – 14:50: Qualifying practice QP2 MotoGP
- 15:05 – 15:45: Moto2 qualifying practice
Sunday June 30, 2019
- 08:40 – 09:00: Moto3 warm-up
- 09:10 – 09:30: Moto2 warm-up
- 09:40 – 10:00: MotoGP warm-up
- 11:00: Moto3 race
- 12:20: Moto2 Race
- 14:00: MotoGP race
MotoGP Dutch Grand Prix retrospectives
- Dutch GP 2018 : Report and results
- Dutch GP 2017 : Report and results
- Dutch GP 2016 : First Times Festival in Assen !
- Dutch GP 2015 :
- Dutch GP 2014 :
- Dutch GP 2013 :
- Dutch GP 2012 :
- Dutch GP 2011 :
- Dutch GP 2010 :
- Dutch GP 2009 :
- Dutch GP 2008 :
- GP From the Netherlands 2007:
- GP From the Netherlands 2006:
- GP From the Netherlands 2005:
- GP From the Netherlands 2004 :
- GP From the Netherlands 2003:
Assen Circuit (Netherlands)
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MotoGP 2019 provisional classification before the Dutch GP
- Marc MARQUEZ Honda 140
- Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 103
- Alex RINS Suzuki 101
- Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 98
- Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 72
- Jack MILLER Ducati 53
- Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 51
- Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 48
- Pol ESPARGARO KTM 47
- Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 42
- Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 40
- Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha 34
- Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 27
- Joan MIR Suzuki 22
- Jorge LORENZO Honda 19
- Johann ZARCO KTM 16
- Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 12
- Andrea IANNONE Aprilia 12
- Michele PIRRO Ducati 9
- Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 9
- Tito FLAP Ducati 9
- Stefan BRADL Honda 6
- Sylvain GUINTOLI Suzuki 3
- Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 2
- Hafizh SYAHRIN KTM 2
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