Day one of the SHARK Grand Prix de France in Le Mans went to the French as home heroes Johann Zarco of Pramac Racing and Fabio Quartararo of Monster Energy Yamaha Moto GP finished one and two.
“We are making history. I feel proud to be French,” Quartararo said after the race.
Things will start to get interesting for qualifying tomorrow before the final races on Sunday.
It was a dry track in Le Mans for most of Friday, and they’ll hope it’ll stay the same through the next two days.
The French pair have some points to make up as Francesco Bagnaia of Ducati leads with 66 in MotoGP Championship standings.
In Moto 2, Kalex’s Remy Gardner has a lead with 69 points, and Pedro Acosta is atop the Moto3 top five by a healthy margin. In Moto E, it’s Alessandro Zaccone that retains pole position.
After round five in the iconic Le Mans this weekend, the World Championships will move on to round 6 in Mugello, Italy to end the month of May.
How to watch
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Practice 3 – 09:55
Practice 4 – 13:30
Qualifying 1 – 14:10
Qualifying 2 – 14:35
Qualifying – 14:10
Warm Up – 09:20
Race – 14:00
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