"These are the two most important corners of the Jerez Circuit. It is very difficult to overtake there because you are at more than 200 km/h, and it's definitely not a good place to crash. After Turn 12 there is the angle before the start/finish straight, difficult and very important."
Turn 13, 'Ducados':
"It has different lines and it makes a difference whether you arrive there with a rider in front or behind. Also, the acceleration when coming out of the corner is crucial in the last lap if you're being followed by other riders. This corner has a difficult entry and exit."
"If you come out of the last corner badly you may be overtaken on the finish line. It is a small straight and you hardly have any time to rest on the MotoGP bike. You have to get ready almost immediately to brake for the first corner."