Consistent performances, a victory and two podiums for Álex and three successive top five finishes for Marc, have put the Repsol Honda Team duo in prime position to challenge for the top spots in the virtual championship standings but the pair are determined to improve their recent form.
After taking the first ever win in a virtual race, Álex Márquez showed his race winning potential in Jerez as he charged home to second place. The MotoGP rookie has already proven himself an experienced hand on the virtual RC213V and extra time practicing in the MotoGP 2020 game has the 24-year old ready to do battle once again. Álex enters the round tied for the championship lead with Viñales and Bagnaia.
Like his team-mate, Marc Márquez enters the round aiming for more as he hunts his first podium finish of the season. The reigning World Champion enjoyed a thrilling duel for victory in San Marino on his way to the 2019 MotoGP crown and is ready to put on another exciting show for the fans. With all of the riders having only recently received the MotoGP 2020 video game, Marc feels he should be on a more even playing field and has upped his practice for round four.
Racing at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli will begin at 15:00 Local Time (GMT+2) on Sunday May 17th. The MotoGP race will be just nine laps, guaranteeing frantic action from flag to flag.