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MotoGP: Ducati controls the Le Mans grid; Marc Marquez will start tenth

MotoGP: Ducati controls the Le Mans grid;  Marc Marquez will start tenth

Italian Peco Bagania was the fastest in qualifying, followed by Australian Jack Miller and Spaniard Alex Aspargar.

Bagnia (right) and Jack Miller will be the first two on the grid.AFP

Italian Peco Bagnaiya and australian jack miller Le. Signed Ducati double in qualifying for the French GP in man’s. The one who came closest to him was the Spaniard Alex Asperger (Aprilia), which was 159 thousandths of a second with the world leader, the French fabio quartaro (Yamaha), in fourth place. Marc MarquezHonda, the best on the grid, had to settle for tenth place, making it clear that the Japanese brand is far behind its main competitors.

Quartaro was fastest in the fourth free practice session, the only one in which all drivers focused their work on finding a good race pace, although for some it meant crashing again, such as the Spanish starring Alex Aspargar, who started the round. Crashed in, or even Spanish Marc Marquez, who had two “complicated” moments.

The Repsol Honda rider derailed on the eighth turn at the start of the session, but was able to make it back without major consequences to continue his pace work for the race, and almost at the end of the session, only two minutes. For further training with, he crashed in ninth place, without physical damage, but with the need to return to his workshop via the service road. It was amazing to see how in his fall Marc Marquez protected him by resting his right hand on his chest to avoid any kind of blow.

George Martin You joan miro They were the first references to the first classification, in which some of the class’s “brilliant” pilots eagerly sought to pass second to guarantee a good position in the early formation, and in that fight the Italians. Marco Bezzecchi,

During the session, Martin chained three fast laps, the last of them at 1:30.804 which guaranteed him a pass for the second classification, followed by Joan Mir, 129th of a second slower, who was about to pass the round. However in the case of the Suzuki GSX RR by just seven thousandths of a second over the Italian Bezzecchi with the Spanish. stray vials (Aprilia RS-GP) in fourth place.

Quartaro’s Attempt

It didn’t take long for Fabio Quartaro to show that he wanted to be a “prophet in his land” to “excite” the thousands of fans present at Le Mans, and with the first tyre already in place, on his third lap, he made a Set a best time of 1:30.688, which was 11 thousandths of a second, faster than the record set by Italian Bagnia, with Jorge Marten in third place, but about four tenths of a second in his case.

The best Honda rider at the time was Marc Marquez in tenth place, ahead of his teammate in the Repsol Honda team, Pol Espargarand from Japanese Takaaki Nakagamiwho finished the classification in that order, which moved them to the fourth line of the initial formation.

Ducati riders once again surprised their official riders with the speed of their desmosedici by placing them in the first two positions, Peco Bagnaya and Jack Miller respectively. The last lap was also an attempt by several drivers to improve their position and two fast lap sections were attempted by Alex Asparger, Fabio Quartaro and Italian Ana Bastianini, but none of them could shorten the time of Ducati’s two official drivers.

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