With the Moto Gp blocked due to the COVID19 emergency, it’s time for virtual competitions! Marc Marquez’s brother triumphs at Mugello.
Alex Marquez, brother of Marc Marquez, wins the first Virtual Grand Prix in the history of the Moto GP on the Mugello circuit.
All this with Francesco Bagnaia (2nd) and Maverick Vinales (3th).
After the virtual F1 test, concluded with a failure and little public, the MotoGP test begins with a series of virtual Grand Prix designed to keep the enthusiasm active in this stalemate of the real Moto Gp.
Alex Marquez, the younger brother of the Spanish champion Repsol Honda Team, wins in front of everyone during the six laps of the race. Second and third places for Bagnaia and Vinales. Marc Marquez finished only fifth, followed by Rins, Mir, Oliveira, Lecuona and Espargarò.
Positive virtual test that satisfied the organizers and drivers, an alternative Sunday to be repeated absolutely.
Appointment on April 12 for the second race of the virtual world championship!
The MotoGP™ eSport Championship continues to grow in new and dynamic ways and returns for 2022 in a bigger, expanded format that should attract and challenge some of the best gaming talents around the world.
Throughout 2021, the series continued to attract new fans from around the world.
After a total of 27 Online Challenges, eight onsite events and seven virtual events since its inception in 2017, the series has been shown by 16 broadcasters, has amassed 103 million video views, 467 million web impressions and 13.2 million online engagements!
The successful format for reaching this year’s main event remains largely unchanged. The Pro Draft kicks off in February, with four Online Challenges to decide which names make it into the next phase.
A total of 27 names can qualify for this phase, where the twelve MotoGP™ teams pick a competitor to represent them in the main event: the Global Series.
Head to https://esport.motogp.com/ for more info.