the notes of the ‘qualy’ of the French GP

BarcelonaOff the circuit, France has surrendered to its hero. Fabio Quartararo has once again put the French on the map of the MotoGP World Championship after lifting the title last season. On the track, however, the Le Mans circuit has been dyed red Ducati.

Double for Ducati at Le Mans

The Italian brand is once again the owner of the top speed in MotoGP. Pecco Bagnaia and Jack Miller melted into a hug as they parked their bikes after waving the checkered flag. The two Ducati riders have taken the two best times of the qualy who has set up the starting grid for the French GP this Sunday (2pm, DAZN), just ahead of Aleix Espargaró. The Granollers rider continues to extend Aprilia’s good times and adds a new first line of starting.

Marc Márquez and Fabio Quartararo during the 'qualy' of the French GP

Marc Márquez can’t with Honda

The Catalan pilot does not lift any. During Friday’s free practice, prior to the qualifying session, Cervera admitted that with his current bike he had no options to fight for the World Championship. Between frustration and anger, Márquez admitted that this season represents a reality show for him and the Japanese brand. The image of every weekend, Márquez looking for the wheel of a rider to make a good time, has been repeated at Le Mans and has just happened with the local hero and current champion. Quartararo, far from being angry, helped Márquez and, once the session was over, they greeted each other, leaving a great image of sportsmanship. The Honda will come out tenth.

France surrenders to its hero

The Yamaha rider won much more than the World Championship last year. Fabio Quartararo once again made the French talk with the MotoGP World Championship, a competition that had gone more unnoticed by the French in recent years. For the reigning champions, the week began at the Parc dels Príncipes, sharing a training session with PSG players. Already on the circuit, the Nice has tried to compete with the Ducati, but has not been able to keep pace. In his Grand Prix at home, at the Le Mans circuit, he will finish fourth.

Foggia finally has his ‘pole’ and the return of the ‘Shark’

The Italian Leopard rider has won the first pole of his career. Dennis Foggia is one of the most prominent and recurring names in Moto3, but he has never been able to set the fastest time in the world. qualy in the two years he has been in the small category. Behind him will be teammate Tatsuki Suzuki. And Jaume Masia, third. In Moto2, Pedro Acosta has a good feeling about the bike again and for the GP at the Le Mans Circuit he will start from the first position on the grid, for the first time since he was promoted. With him, Jake Dixon and Augusto Fernández will start from the front row.

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