The end of the unpredictable 2020 MotoGP World Championship is in sight, only three races left before the season ends.
After the last week of the break, the Repsol Honda team arrives in Valencia to start the final triple header of 2020. The Gran Premio de Europa at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit starts with a series of titles and a final in the last run of the year of fame still to play. The 4.0 kilometer track is well known in the MotoGP championship, which traditionally hosts the last race of the season. In 2019, Marc Marquez won the race from the front row for his 12th win of the season.
After showing more incredible pace and potential in Aragon, Alex Marquez comes to Valencia to do it all all over again. Despite his first DNF of the year, Alex was not deterred and returns to the racetrack with the same ambitions as always. The MotoGP rookie was an outstanding player in the last few laps and is entering the closing stages of the year on an equal footing with Brad Binder when he contests the Rookie of the Year title. Alex got his first taste of the Honda RC213V at the post-2019 Valencia test with the rest of the field and has been excited to see his progress since then.
After taking a step at the Teruel GP, Stefan Bradl will return to drive with the Repsol Honda Team at the European GP. The racetrack in Valencia remembers Bradl well, who won the Moto2 world title on Spanish terrain in 2011. On his last MotoGP appearance in 2018 with the LCR Honda, Bradl finished in a solid ninth place in the race.