The Moto2 2020 World Championship, also known as the FIM Motocross World Championship, is part of the upcoming 72nd FIM Road Racing World Championships. The year's calendar has been greatly affected by the recent COVID-19 global pandemic, which has resulted in the postponement or cancellation of many events. The organizers of the Moto2 championships have worked very hard to ensure that the races go on. A very good part of this effort was to enlist the aid of professional riders like Scott Redding and Diego Sanchez.
In the first race of the season, Scott Reddy was forced to miss due to an injury he sustained while training at the end of April. His replacement is Diego Sanchez, who is very experienced in the sport. In the second race, Diego suffered from a broken collarbone and could not ride but did participate. He managed to finish the race but then was forced off the podium when a back injury forced him to retire.
With his first season out of commission, Scott Reddy was unable to gain a lot of confidence in himself. This has led to an early exit from the championship. The team hopes that he will be ready in time for the third race. In fact, there are already signs of improvement from Scott Reddy. After finishing seventh in the previous race, he won the next three races. If Scott Reddy can pull through this tough season and get back on track, there is no doubt he will have one last go at the title.
Diego Sanchez was a surprise participant in the Moto2 race in April after Scott Reddy had pulled out with an injury. Sanchez was not only confident in his performance but also had hope that he would be able to fight to the front with the other riders. It took him quite some time to find his rhythm in the bike though. In fact, he was so confident that he went into the race with his eyes closed. He did not even realize he had fallen out of position until the last part of the race, which was near the finish. Once he realized, he tried to come back, but the motorcycle simply refused to respond. and he went off the track.
It looks like the two riders may be on completely different agendas for this season, since Scott Reddy is very focused on becoming a MotoGP champion. champion, while Diego Sanchez wants to prove he can compete at the highest level of motocross. In the meantime, Scott Reddy will need to prove he can win the championship and give the fans something for their money's worth. He will surely be looking for a victory at the Moto2 race to get himself off of his misery and move onto another challenge. If he cannot do so, then there is a chance that he will not come back next year.
With Scott Reddy has a bad run of luck, Diego Sanchez may need to prove to the fans that he is up to the task. Otherwise, it could prove to be a disappointing season for the fans, and a bad one for the Spaniard. For now, Sanchez has the upper hand in this rivalry and will likely have a clear advantage.