Two weeks after the celebration of the Le Mans Grand Prix, the World Motorcycle Championship lands at the beautiful Mugello circuit, which hosts the celebration of the 2021 Italian GP. Yamaha rider Fabio Quartararo will start from the first position with the aim to score a third win this season after back-to-back victories in Doha and Portugal. The Ducati rider Pecco Bagnaia, second overall, just one point behind the Frenchman, will start from second place to try to slow him down. The same aims Joahn Zarco, third classified this Saturday. Very close to these three, another Ducati, that of Jack Miller, winner of the last two appointments on the calendar.