Bautista has found his place

MotoGP is a dredger able to wipe out pilots who are far from their area of influence


MotoGP is a dredger able to wipe out the pilots that move away from their area of influence. It is the best championship of this sport and look for alternatives when you leave it is anything but simple. Alvaro Bautista was left without a place for this season and had to look for his life to give continuity to his sporting career, so much talent could not vanish in that unfair way. Superbike was then his destination and Ducati his brand, the leader for a new project with which the Italian brand sought to recover the lost prestige. It was not, of course, Borgo Panigale a bad place to go and the potential of Toledo invited without doubt to optimism. However, I must at least admit that I did not expect in any way that it would roll like it did in the first two dates of the year.

Six races, six victories. In addition to a pole and four fast laps. It is not that he has won, it is that he has turned this World Championship upside down for motorcycles derived from series. The hitherto untouchable Jonathan Rea does not even know where they're falling, he's still looking for an explanation (even resorting to inelegant arguments) for the beating he's getting on the track. Without a doubt the fight for the title seems a thing of the Spanish and the British, because the rest of the Superbike riders are today a step behind. We will see if this order is maintained until the end of the campaign, for now we must enjoy such a sweet moment of Baptist and more this weekend when the contest comes home, at the circuit of MotorLand. The show is sure to be worth ...



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