MotoGP: 2007 Dutch Grand Prix to be shown on YouTube this Saturday
The 2007 Dutch Grand Prix will be shown in its entirety this Saturday on the official MotoGP YouTube channel.
The race will be shown at 1pm on Saturday March 28 as part of MotoGP's Vintage GP YouTube playlist, which also includes the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix.
More classics are expected to be added in the coming weeks, with the 2020 MotoGP season currently delayed because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Jerez became the fourth race to be postponed, with the MotoGP season opener in Qatar being cancelled. Several more changes are expected in the coming weeks as the virus continues to spread.
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The 2007 Dutch Grand Prix, held at Assen, was round nine of a season which had been dominated by Casey Stoner on the Ducati. The Australian had won five of his opening eight races for the Italian manufacturer.
Qualifying left many fans worrying that it would be another easy win for Stoner, with Valentino Rossi down in 11th. It was a day of dominance for the riders using Bridgestone tyres. Rossi, Nicky Hayden, Dani Pedrosa and the other Michelin riders knew they had a job on their hands come race day.
Fortunetely, race day would be a completely different story and you can find out why by tuning into the YouTube stream at 1pm tomorrow.