italian pilot Enea Bastianini (Ducati) won the MotoGP race. At the French Grand Prix, the seventh leg of the World Motorcycle Championship is ahead of Australia’s Jack Miller (Ducati) and Spain’s Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), who is only four points behind France’s Fabio Quartararo in third place (according to Yamaha).

With the third win of the year, ‘The Beast’ reaches 94 units overallit was dominated by the driver from Nice (102), who finished fourth in a race still trying to avoid the podium of former Espargaró (98).

On a day of record attendance at Le Mans, with over 110,000 spectators crowded to witness the race day, Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) took command of the world-class event after ‘poleman’. Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) was a little behind at the beginning.

After a ‘Pecco’ that made the crossing back into the ocean a few laps later, Spaniard Àlex Rins (Suzuki) got off to a great start to climb from seventh to third, but his race was ruined at Turn 4 as his bike went too long. fourth round.

Above, two Ducati Lenovo Team bikes are obtained Open a slot on the Italian Enea Bastianini (Ducati) and Joan Mir (Suzuki) who crashed with 13 laps to bid definitively goodbye to her options. Also, with ten laps left, Jorge Martín (Ducati) was stuck in the gravel.

The fall also put an end to the tension Head fight between Bastianini and Bagnaia. With seven laps left, he overtook the then leader, although he did manage to regain the ‘Beast’ position. However, one lap later ‘Pecco’ fell to the ground, leaving his compatriot’s third victory of the year on a plate.

Behind Bastianini and Miller, Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia) grit his teeth Hungry for podium finishes, he is anxious not to see how the Granollers’ driver drops points from him in the overall standings, so as not to be hunted by championship leader France’s Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha). But the Catalan resisted.

On your own behalf Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) finished sixth, Maverick Viñales (Aprilia) finished tenth ahead of Pol Espargaró (Repsol Honda) and Àlex Márquez (Honda) finished fourteenth in a race with only 17 drivers finished. Rins, Mir, Martín and Raúl Fernández (KTM) did not finish.

Ranking after the Spanish GP

  1. Fabio Quartararo 102 points.
  2. Alex Espargaro 98
  3. Enea Bastiani 94
  4. Alex Rins 69
  5. Jack Miller 62
  6. Johann Zarco 62
  7. Francesco Bagnaia 56
  8. Brad Binder 56
  9. Joan Mir 56
  10. Marc Marquez 54
  11. Miguel Oliveira 43
  12. Pol Espargaro 40
  13. Maverick Vinales 33