Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda) He had to wait for his eightieth start at the 2022 Moto3 French Grand Prix. first pole position He is the fastest in the official classification held at Le Mans on Saturday.

Starting to compete in the Moto3 World Championship in 2017, Foggia scored a goal. best time with 1:41.621 This gave him the credit he deserved and also helped him regain some of the confidence he had lost in the previous rounds of the championship, where his performance had recorded many ups and downs.

World leader Spanish Sergio Garcia Dols (GasGas) didn’t leave much time for mistakes and less than three-tenths behind his opponent for the title, third in the starting line-up, he’s no problem either in Moto3 or in the case of teammate Izan Guevara to save the ground.

despite strong drop during third free session and Turkish Deniz Öncü (KTM), who forced him to go through the circuit clinic, was able to contest the first classification with the best time (1:42.475) in addition to Frenchman Lorenzo Fellon (Honda) and Italians Matteo Bertelle (KTM) and Ricardo Rossi (Honda) , Spaniards will start further back in the starting lineup Adrián Fernández (KTM), twenty-first, José Antonio Rueda (Honda), twenty-fourth, Iván Ortolá (KTM), behind, Gerard Riu (KTM), twenty-seventh, Ana Carrasco (KTM), thirty and last.

With rhythm and desire are still so freshThe pioneer was the first to set a reference time in the second classification, followed by Brazilian Diogo Moreira (KTM) with just nine thousandths of a second, but the next step from the finish line was the trio of Italians Dennis Foggia ( Honda) and Andrea Migno (Honda), Japanese In addition to Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda), he surpassed both.

Dennis Foggia’s time of 1m41.719s in the third lap was not enough for any of his opponents to overtake him for almost the entire session, and only Tatsuki Suzuki came dangerously close to him, but still fell 53 thousandths of a second. It is premature to start the chimes immediately, as all pilots in the second classification are able to one last quick lap.

And on this lap, Foggia took a long-denied goal of his racing career, his first pole position in the 21st and after 79 Grand Prix races with a time of 1:41,621, 151K faster than Suzuki’s time. , with Spanish Jaume Masia (KTM) in third place at 157 thousand Italian second.

The second line of the formation will be Brazilian Diogo Moreira at Le Mans tomorrow, with Spanish Carlos Tatay and Italian Andrea Migno and next, third, world championship leader Sergio García Dols (GasGas), teammate Izan Guevara (GasGas) and Italian Riccardo Rossi.

The Turkish Öncü had to settle for the tenth place, the fourth line of the starting line-up, which will be accompanied by Australian Joel Kelso (KTM) and Japanese Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna). motoDaniel Holgado (KTM) finished in fourteenth place, just ahead of Xavier Artigas (CFMoto), whom he defeated by only 40,000ths of a second.