LIVE – Moto GP: follow the French Grand Prix


Marquez tries to overtake Vinales (7th lap)

The Spaniard tries to continue his climb, wanting to overtake his compatriot, but the Aprilia rider manages to stay in front.


Bagnaia still in the lead! (7th round)

Starting second, the Italian continues his race in the lead.


Bezzechi also down! (3rd round)

Last year’s winner also falls. What a shame for the Italian. The race is over for him, just like his young friend Acosta.


Fall of Pedro Acosta! (2nd round)

The Gasgas driver tried to pass between two drivers including Esparagaro and fell very quickly. Too bad after his good start to the race.


Good start from Marc Marquez (2nd round)

After his good race yesterday, Marc Marquez continues to move up and is currently in 6th position.


Acosta overtakes Vinales (2nd lap)

The young Gasgas driver, Pedro Acosta gains two places and now finds himself 5th. Vinales falls to 6th position.


Quartararo and Zarco step back! (1st round)

The two Frenchmen missed their start with two places lost to Quatararo, Zarco is 18th.


Bagnaia in the lead at the start!

Let’s go to Le Mans! Bad start from Bezzechi, Bagnaia passes Martin and is in the lead.


Departure immediately!

The drivers are placed on the grid. Imminent departure after the warm-up lap. The track temperature is 30 degrees.


The Marseillaise rings out at Le Mans

The French national anthem kicks off the race, echoed by a large crowd, near the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans.


Sébastien Loeb as a guest!


Departure in 10 minutes


“Give the maximum”, for Quartararo

“We will try to give our best. The goal is to have a good race with the same changes made on the bike this morning“, declared Fabio Quartararo on Canal +.


Record d’affluence ce week-end !

Already broken last year, the attendance record was once again broken over the entire weekend. 297,471 followed one another in the stands of the Bugatti circuit at Le Mans.


“Have fun”, hopes Zarco

“Yesterday, I had fun and was competitive. The wind has changed, I don’t think the rain is going to come. In any case, I won’t change bikes. I want to make the most of these 40 minutes, which will be long, but we’ll see.”declared Johann Zarco at the microphone of Canal +, before the race.


The weather update

There is a little sunshine at Le Mans this Sunday afternoon, but rain could appear during the race. There is also wind, which could disrupt the pilots. The change is prepared in the boxes, just in case.


Quartararo boosted by his first performances at Le Mans

Fabio Quartararo finished 10th in practice for the French Grand Prix and competed in Q2 on Saturday, where he started from 8th position: It changes the perspective of the weekend a little, because there, you know that you won’t start from the back of the grid. This is a point that is quite positive. It’s difficult to give yourself a real goal because in the end, we always give 100%, but it’s certain that when we see so many fans, so many people who support us, we always try to make a a little bit better.”


Will the leader of the general classification win everything?

The Spaniard Jorge Martin, leader of the general classification, has so far achieved a flawless performance at Le Mans. After winning the tests, then the qualifications, he won the sprint race ahead of his compatriots Marc Marquez and Maverick Viñales.


Jorge Martin dominates the weekend (for now)

The Spaniard Jorge Martin, leader in the MotoGP world championship, achieved the best time on Friday in the only qualifying practice session for the French Grand Prix, while the Frenchman Fabio Quartararo snatched his place in the Top 10.

The leader of the world championship, Jorge Martin, took pole position for the French Grand Prix the next day.


Last year’s podium

Marco Bezzecchi (Italy) won last year, ahead of Jorge Martin (Spain) and Johann Zarco (France) who took the podium at the Bugatti circuit.


New outfit for Quartararo

Quartataro presented his new special French GP suit last night!


The starting grid for the French GP

Jorge Martin will start in pole position, ahead of Bagnaia and Vinales. Quartararo is 8th, Zarco 15th at the start of the race.


Hello everyone !

Welcome to follow live commentary on the 5th round of the MotoGP World Championship which will take place on the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans, in France. Departure scheduled for 2:00 p.m.

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