Italian Dennis Foggia won on the Brno circuit ahead of Spaniard Alberto Arenas (KTM). Fribourgeois Jason Dupasquier finished 23rd.
The Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda), 19 years old since last February and a former student of the academy of Valentino Rossi, won his first GP success, on the Czech circuit in Brno. The Italian took the lead in the sixth of the eighteen laps, before countering all the attacks of the leading group, formed at mid-race of ten drivers.
Huge tip of the hat to the Spaniard Alberto Arenas (KTM). Winner of the first two GPs of the season, Arenas had been the victim of a terrifying fall during the Andalusia GP two weeks ago, from which he had recovered with multiple bruises, especially in his left leg; he finished second and consolidated his position at the top of the world championship.
Dropped halfway through the race when he had to avoid the Spaniard Lopez, who fell just in front of him, the Fribourgeois Jason Dupasquier (KTM), who himself had been the victim of a fall at the end of the morning warm-up, finished in 23rd place.