Taking the bull by the horns! MotoGP riders put their off-road driving to the test in Austria

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At
the
off-road
car
track
at
the
Red
Bull
Ring,
the
riders
got
in
a
different
kind
of
saddle
ahead
of
the
race
and
the
results
were
surprisingly
stunning!

A
few
races
ago,
Fabio
Quartararo
(Monster
Energy
Yamaha
MotoGP)
was
starting
to
become
the
runaway
favourite
for
the
2022
crown,
but
since
his
error
at
Assen
and
then
a
tougher
race
at
Silverstone,
both
of
which
were
won
by
Francesco
Bagnaia
(Ducati
Lenovo
Team),
the
momentum
has
most
definitely
turned.

Now
the
paddock
heads
to
the
Red
Bull
Ring
and
serious
winning
turf
for
Ducati,
it
could
be
another
pivotal
chance
for
Bagnaia
to
continue
cutting
that
gap

especially
as
it
is
often
been
tougher
Sunday
turf
for
Yamaha.

There
is
a
new
chicane
to
contend
with,
however,
and
that
leaves
lap
records
behind
and
adds
an
extra
challenge
to
the
weekend
ahead.
Still,
the
venue
has
seen
many
a
Ducati
win
and
for
a
handful
of
different
riders,
so
the
factory
remains
the
favourite.

With
Bagnaia
on
form,
team-mate
Jack
Miller
fresh
from
the
podium,
Jorge
Martin
(Prima
Pramac
Racing)
already
a
winner
at
the
track
and
Enea
Bastianini
(Gresini
Racing
MotoGP)
back
up
into
the
battle
at
Silverstone,
there
is
a
long
list
of
hopefuls
and
it
does
not
even
stop
there,
with
the
likes
of
Zarco
and
Marco
Bezzecchi
(Mooney
VR46
Racing
Team)
likewise
quick
and
eager
to
make
their
mark.

Is
the
Red
Bull
Ring
still
Borgo
Panigale
turf?
Can
Maverick
Vinales
put
in
a
poetic
weekend?
Are
KTM
up
to
push
forward
on
home
turf?
What
will
the
standings
look
like
as
we
head
for
San
Marino?

We
will
find
out
this
weekend,
with
MotoGP
going
racing
at
2pm
local
time
(5.30pm
IST)
on
Sunday
for
the
Austrian
GP.
Indian
audience
can
catch
all
the
action
live
on
Eurosport
channel


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