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Only one place remains in the final of BT Sport’s Greatest Race as the British MotoGP™ broadcaster asks the fans to complete the final after showcasing another four classic races on Sunday afternoon. Host Gavin Emmett spoke with Ducati Team’s Danilo Petrucci and Pramac Racing’s Jack Miller after the pair took a starring role in Sunday’s show.
"I thought now the Petrucci story is dead, Marc will pass me..."— MotoGP on BT Sport (@btsportmotogp) April 19, 2020
"It was incredible, I was so happy I started to scream!"
Danilo Petrucci reflects on a battle with Dovi and Marc at the dramatic end of the amazing Mugello 2019 race ????#TheGreatestRace pic.twitter.com/cTqvbgLnUt
Already through to next week’s grand finale is the 2009 Catalan GP, the 2008 Laguna Seca GP and the 2018 Argentinian GP but which race will join them? First up was last year’s Italian GP where Petrucci held off teammate Andrea Dovizioso and Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez on the final lap to realise his lifelong dream and finally become a MotoGP™ race winner.
Second on the show was the 2016 Dutch TT where Australian Jack Miller upset the odds by claiming his debut premier class victory after going into the weekend with race wins of 1000/1. The red-flagged race will go down in history and fan favourite Miller joined the show to talk the British fans through the chaotic race.
"I got a fine from Honda for doing a shoey at an after-party..."— MotoGP on BT Sport (@btsportmotogp) April 19, 2020
"When I won I was like, they can't give me a fine for this!" ????
Jack Miller provides a bit of context to his celebrations at Assen in 2016...
Third on the show was the 2015 Australian Grand Prix, which saw Valentino Rossi (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) and Jorge Lorenzo’s title fight take another dramatic turn after a race-long scrap with Marquez and Andrea Iannone. Finally, we were treated to the 2006 Portuguese Grand Prix that saw Toni Elias squeeze past Rossi on the drag to the chequered flag in the closest premier class finish in history.
You can cast your vote now to select the final race in this coming Sunday’s main event where for one last time four MotoGP™ race will go head-to-head and The Greatest Race will be officially crowned.
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