Márquez also passes the roller in the French GP

The champion got rid of Miller on the 7th lap to fly solo towards his third victory. They accompanied him on the podium Dovizioso and Petrucci.


Marc Márquez has also passed the roller in the Le Mans circuit, on the way to his third victory of the season, number 47 in MotoGP, which already reaches his teammate Jorge Lorenzo, Honda 300 in the class queen and the that culminates a day of glory in the family, because his brother Álex had won minutes before in Moto2.

This triumph in the French Grand Prix allows the Repsol Honda to keep nailing the same results as last year, when he finished the title in Japan , leaving the last three quotes in anecdote. That's three wins, one second and one zero in the first five races of the course. Only the fiasco scenario varies from year to year. In 2018 it was in Argentina, by sanction. This year, in Texas, by fall, when he led with four seconds of income, the same that he had on French soil on his pursuers, although he later regulated and ended up winning with two seconds over Dovizioso and Petrucci.

The two Ducati officials offered a beautiful duel for the other two places on the podium, which had no gap or Miller or Rossi, fourth and fifth finally. The Australian was very quarrelsome and was the one that presented the most battle to Marquez. It lasted until the seventh round. The Ducati satellite was leading and he got a first ax that was not definitive, because Jack returned it to the exit of the first chicane. But the ilerdense, who knew that rivals were approaching his back, made the final overtaking before the lap was over and he knew nothing more about any other rider until the lap of honor. During it, it was nice to see Andrea and Danilo after their exciting, but very clean, duel for the second place.

The joy in the Repsol Honda box was again by neighborhoods, because Lorenzo nothing else that could be eleventh and all the that came to him easily ahead, without being able to show opposition because he continues to go without pleasure with his new bike. The last to do so was Rins, who continues to increase his data to be the driver who wins more positions this season. Here they have been nine, from the nineteenth to the tenth, but it did not help him to keep the second position of the general that now occupies Dovizioso, eight points behind Marquez. The Suzuki is third, at 20.

Special mention deserves the sixth position of Pol with the KTM, which is the best result for the Austrian dry factory. He left twelfth, so he conquered six seats, which is a pass with a motorcycle that continues to grow little by little, but that is still not up to the best. His teammate Zarco, however, could only finish thirteenth, 24 seconds behind his boxing partner, who in turn was only six seconds behind the winner and then told that Petrucci had blown one of his Ducati's wings against him, without anything happening to both.

The top ten was completed by Morbidelli, Quartararo, Crutchlow and the aforementioned Rins. The eighth of the Gaul also had a lot of merit, because he fell to the fifteenth place after the start and then came back at an incredible pace , which left a good taste in his mouth. Quite the opposite as his companion Maverick factory. He went to the ground on the seventh lap, after hitting him against Bagnaia, when he was riding in a poor twelfth place and without much reaction capacity. Extremely strange weekend his, with the best chrono in the free, both dry and wet, and disappointment in Q2 and the race.

Aleix finished twelfth, Rabat did not do it to break the chain, as Rossi on Saturday , and Mir was sixteenth, after he fell on the warm-up lap. The rookie fell down before Abraham and went to the ground behind him. When he returned to the box, he had already made the start and took the race as a training with the public. He will look for revenge in Mugello, where Márquez fell last year and then finished sixteenth, something that if he avoids this time it will lead him to improve the path of last year, when he was champion for the fifth time ...



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