Grand Prix of Indonesia
Mandalika International Street Circuit (known as Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit) is located in the Mandalika resort area on the Central Lombok Regency in West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia. The circuit is a venue for Asia Talent Cup, Superbike World Championship and Grand Prix motorcycle racing races.
|1'29.978 (172.0Km/h) Luca Marini (Ducati, 2023)
|1'30.909 (170.3Km/h) Enea Bastianini (Ducati, 2023)
|33'27.223 (154.2Km/h) Miguel Oliveira (KTM, 2022)
|Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati)
|2023 Sprint Winner
|Jorge Martin (Ducati)
A weekend full of complications resulted in a disappointing double DNF for the Repsol Honda Team as Marc Marquez and Joan Mir fell while challenging for the top ten. The Indonesian Grand Prix at Mandalika turned into a grueling affair as a third of the grid suffered falls and experienced… read more.
After a promising Friday, falls and other complications limited the potential of Marc Marquez and Joan Mir – the pair walking away without points after the Mandalika Sprint race. Joan Mir did his utmost in the Sprint Race to recover from a complicated Qualifying which saw him start 19th. An… read more.
After a week’s break, the Repsol Honda Team are back with Marc Marquez and Joan Mir heading east again for Round 15 and the start of the penultimate triple-header of 2023. The most intense period in MotoGP World Championship history begins this weekend in Mandalika, Indonesia as the Repsol Honda… read more.
The Repsol Honda Team continued to work diligently in the face of the many trials and tribulations of the Indonesian GP, Pol Espargaro salvaging 12th as Marc Marquez was forced to watch from the sidelines. Ahead of the MotoGP race it was announced that it had been reduced to three… read more.
A complicated day saw the Repsol Honda Team unable to show their speed as falls and rear tyre issues held back Marc Marquez and Pol Espargaro. Weather gods were not on the side of the Repsol Honda Team as Saturday dawned, torrential rain soaking the 4.3km long circuit and sporadic… read more.
A strong morning in mixed conditions for Pol Espargaro and Marc Marquez opened the Mandalika weekend before blazing afternoon temperatures and incredibly tight times presented a new challenge, small issues ultimately hiding the true speed of both riders. The long-awaited return of MotoGP to Indonesia finally got underway on Friday,… read more.
Pol Espargaro and Marc Marquez ready to put on a spectacle for Indonesia’s MotoGP fans as they prepare for Grand Prix racing’s return after 25 years. Indonesia holds fond memories for the Repsol Honda Team, Mick Doohan and Tadayuki Okada won the two previous races held in Sentul in 1996… read more.
Pol Espargaro ruled supreme on the final day of running in Indonesia, ending the winter tests with a confidence building day as Repsol Honda Team team-mate Marc Marquez put in final stint of intense work. Sunday, the final day of MotoGP pre-season testing, saw a late revision to the schedule… read more.
A full day of testing at the Mandalika circuit for the Repsol Honda Team produced interesting data and learnings for Marc Marquez, second, and Pol Espargaro, eighth. After Friday’s interrupted running due to wet weather conditions, the MotoGP paddock’s weather worries were eased as the rain stayed away from the… read more.
Pol Espargaro led the first day of MotoGP testing in Indonesia, utilizing all the available track time across a day of stops and starts as team-mate Marc Marquez enjoyed the first special feeling with the new Honda. It was a wet introduction to the newest circuit on the MotoGP World… read more.