F1 VS MotoGP – On Sunday afternoon there was both the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Italy and the Moto GP race at Silverstone. In TV, the MotoGP exceeds in share a sport (the F1) which threatens to quit out of boredom. However, have you seen the bike? Nine years after Suzuki won a GP and it demonstrates that the variety is good for the show. Seven different winners in the last seven races. Ducati, Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki and others. All against with passion, while the circuits are full of spectators. Aside from Maverick Vinales, head from the start, the race was a unique spectacle.
The race has also displayed a scary accident. The first time around, in fact, there was a collision between the motorbike of Loris Baz and Pol Espargaró. And when it all works out well, we don’t do the hypocrites, even accidents do show. From the point of view of television, the Formula 1 instead goes completely reinvented. Now only affects the tire service, since that time the duration of the pit stop, the fanatics of qualifications: Q1, Q2, Q3.
When we hear from speakers that the track is not suitable for overtaking (happened often), one wonders: what is wrong? On the track or in the head of the organizers? In short, Moto GP is more compelling than F1. If we were Bernie Ecclestone we think of it. Because thinking only about money, television rights, making the “father-master” the toy is likely to break beyond repair. F1 VS MotoGP? The winner is predictable.
F1 VS MotoGP: Rossi is Elated
“It was a beautiful race, reigned ignorance“. Valentino Rossi spoke after the race to the journalists present at Silverstone after MotoGP GP of Great Britain, Valentino Rossi. A GP finished third place behind Maverick Vinales and Cal Crutchlow. “For the League’s only three points earned on Marquez. But I am very happy with it. I never gave up, I struggled from start to finish.“ And the show has seen. A show that is also expecting in F1.