The timed session of the MotoGP category for the Spanish Grand Prix at the Bugatti racetrack in Le Mans, the seventh round of the motorcycling world calendar, can be followed from DAZN and Movistar +. Also, minute by minute, through the La Vanguardia website.
For this reason, the current champion will try to shine against his countrymen and give the first serious blow in a championship that will complete its first third in the French GP.
In fact, only two riders have climbed to the top three times: Quartararo, who also did it with a second place in Indonesia, and the Spanish Aleix Espargaró, winner in Argentina and who comes from two third places in the last two Grand Prix to be his main rival. Alex Rins (Suzuki), the Italian Enea Bastianini (Ducati), the only one capable of winning two races, and the Frenchman Johan Zarco (Ducati), are the others who have done it more than once.
MotoGP Constructors World Championship 2022
1. Ducati – 131 points
2. Yamaha – 89 points
3. Aprilia – 83 points
4. Suzuki – 80 points
5. KTM – 76 points
6. Honda – 57 points
Raul Fernandez – 0 points
Fabio DiGiannantonio – 0 points
Stefan Bradl – 0 points
Lorenzo Savadori – 0 points
The French rider Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) will try to take advantage of the warmth of his fans to open the first important gap in the Motorcycle World Championship, which lands this weekend at the Le Mans circuit, the scene of a French Grand Prix where the Spaniard Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia) will try to confirm his candidacy in MotoGP.
The qualifying session for the French Grand Prix in the MotoGP category, which is being held at the Bugatti racetrack in Le Mans, will take place at 2:10 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time).
The Japanese factory Suzuki is in negotiations with Dorna, organizer of the MotoGP World Championship, for the departure of the official team at the end of this championship, in which its riders Joan Mir and Álex Rins are fighting for the title that Mir already won in 2020 .
“Suzuki Motor Corporation is in talks with Dorna about the possibility of ending its participation in MotoGP at the end of 2022,” recognized the official Suzuki team, days after rumors of his imminent departure.
An appointment that seems unpredictable, with the possibility that the rain, accompanied by electrical storms, hangs over the plans of the drivers and teams.
The French MotoGP GP qualifying session will take place at 2:10 p.m. (GMT+2); the race, for its part, will be held this Sunday, May 1 at 2:00 p.m.