Italian Enea Bastianini (Ducati), in MotoGP; Spanish Augusto Fernandez (Kalex) on Moto2; and italian Dennis Foggia (Honda) dominates first day of free practice in Moto3 French Grand Prix held at the Le Mans Circuit this Friday Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) failed to reconnect with good vibes and finished fifteenth.
French track record with a time of 1:31,148‘The Beast’ commands the timeline Despite hitting it twice, once in the morning and once in the afternoon, Franco Morbidelli tops the list of drivers who have finished on the gravel like Joan Mir, Álex Márquez, Jack Miller and Marco Bezzecchi.
Two-tenths of Italians finish second in the championship, Alex Espargaro (Aprilia), combining the ‘podium’ of the day with another Spaniard Alex Rins (Suzuki), both finishing a little over two-tenths.
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The Barcelona rider managed to avoid the announcement of Suzuki’s departure from MotoGP to finish third. Joan Mir eighth, just ahead Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda) and Jorge Martin (Ducati).
French World Cup leader fabio quartararo (yamaha), He finished sixth, less than half a second behind Friday’s dominantand continues to step up its setup to try to secure the first victory at Le Mans on Sunday for a French rider in the premium motorcycle category.
Things were even worse for Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda). spectacularly recovering from two falls It goes on to show that he’s not 100% and it’s hard for him to identify the times he needs to reckon with. Fifteenth in combined times, Repsol Honda’s hopes could be replaced by ninth Pol Espargaró.
Augusto Fernández and Foggia at the helm
Italian on Moto3 Dennis Foggia (Honda) secured second contact in the championship, then first contact with Le Mans. send in two sessions held, He allowed him to beat Spaniard Izan Guevara (GasGas) by four-tenths and beat teammate Japanese Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda) by five, with his best time of 1:41,680 in Jerez.
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Spaniards Carlos Tatay (CFMoto) and Jaume Masià (KTM), who were close to the podiums of the day, nevertheless managed to finish the day well and entered the ‘Top 5’ in fourth and fifth places respectively.
Meanwhile, the World Cup leader, Sergio García Dols (GasGas) weighed heavily on Turn 10 after an accident in the first minutes of the afternoon session and no more than fifteen, a position that will force him to come back on Saturday if he doesn’t want to have to go through Q1.
Finally, the Spaniard on Moto2 Second FP is led by Augusto Fernández (Kalex) He broke the middle category record at Le Mans (1:36,030) ahead of Pedro Acosta (Kalex), who finished third overall on Friday.
The current Moto3 champion, Murcian, was surpassed only by the Madrid driver and Thai Somkiat Chantra (Kalex), who dominated the second half of the day and morning session.