Grande Prémio de Portugal
The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve has 15 corners – nine right, six left. The undulation in Portimao is incredible and the front straight will allow the MotoGP™ riders to really stretch the legs of their machines, before a unique downhill descend into Turn 1. There’s a reason it gets called a high-speed rollercoaster, it’s a thrill for riders and fans alike.
|Longest Straight||969 m|
|Pole Position||1'38.892 (167.1Km/h) Miguel Oliveira (KTM, 2020)|
|Race Lap||1'39.855 (165.5Km/h) Miguel Oliveira (KTM, 2020)|
|Race Time||41'48.163 (164.7km/h) Miguel Oliveira (KTM, 2020)|
|2020 Winner||Miguel Oliveira (KTM)|
Fighting rides from both Stefan Bradl and Alex Marquez delivered a double-top ten to wrap up a strong final weekend in Portugal. The unprecedented 2020 MotoGP came to a close in Portugal with a trio of tremendous races across the classes. Conditions were again near perfect as the sun loomed… read more.
With his first top ten grid slot of the year Stefan Bradl continued his great weekend in Portugal as Alex Marquez gets ready to pounce on Sunday. Ahead of Q1, Alex produced a strong Free Practice 4and worked inside the top five for the majority of the session and ended… read more.
A new addition to the MotoGP calendar saw Stefan Bradl challenge for the top spots as Alex Marquez worked to build a base for the remainder of the weekend. With extended Free Practice sessions at the new-to-MotoGP Portimao circuit, Friday proved to be a busy day for the Repsol Honda… read more.
The Repsol Honda Team prepare for the final race of the unprecedented 2020 MotoGP World Championship as the series returns to Portugal. 126 days after the first race of the 2020 MotoGP season in Jerez, the curtain is set to come down. The impressive Algarve International Circuit will play host… read more.