Dovizioso: "Rossi and Rins will fight for the title until the end"

The Italian, who arrives at Jerez as a leader, sees them with options to conquer the crown although he still points to Marquez as the man to beat.


The championship of MotoGP arrives in Jerez starting almost from scratch. After the first three races of the season only nine points separate the leader of the general classified fourth and from the first place, Andrea Dovizioso believes that this season the fight for the title will have more guests to a party where he and Marc Márquez they have been the only participants in the last two editions that have been held.

The hand to hand ended. The championship is more open than in previous years and the start of the World Cup has left three different winners. The last one has been a Rins Alex which, together with Valentino Rossi, have already entered to form part of the pools. Yamaha and Suzuki have found their representatives to conquer the World and Dovizioso considers them a threat: "There are more competitive bikes than last year, Suzuki took a step forward and Rins has matured, Valentino has regained the level of the bike, so I believe they will be in the championship until the end ".

Dovizioso sees them fighting until the end, however, the Italian does not trust Márquez: " In the last two years we have never been able to beat Marc because in his days With Márquez you always have to be careful, because he is really strong and you can expect something from him ". For the Ducati rider the ilerdense is still the rival to beat but now he trusts more than ever its possibilities next to the Desmosedici: "This year I think we are stronger and we can be more consistent" .

El Forlì arrives at the GP d e Spain with the same situation of 2018, although with nuances: "Now we carry more points and we arrive with better sensations". Ducati knew how to take advantage of complicated tracks for them as Termas and Austin and facing the upcoming appointments, Dovizioso believes that they can "be more competitive" but like Valentino, prefers to go "race to race and work with serenity." Something seems to have changed for the better in Borgo Panigale although the ambition of a pilot who trusts that this year can be his year remains intact.



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