Martin made everyone agree

Martin made everyone agree

This Sunday, the Spaniard Jorge Martin, current leader of the world championship standings, won the French MotoGP Grand Prix.

A tense race until the end. This Sunday, on the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans, Spaniard Jorge Martin, on his Ducati-Pramac, won the French Grand Prix, fifth round of the MotoGP world championship. On the finish line, Martin, who scored a second success since the start of this 2024 season, beat one of his compatriots, in the person of Marc Marquez (Ducati-Gresini).

As for today’s podium, it is completed by the reigning double world champion in this discipline, namely the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati). The fight between the first three of the day was magnificent and the suspense lasted until the very last moments of this race. Martin chased Bagnaia for a long time, in the lead for a very large part of this event, before ending up having the last word, after being able to take advantage of a small error on the part of the Turinese.

Quartararo fell

After having managed to overtake the Italian, the Spaniard left nothing to his main opponents of the day. Bagnaia was then overtaken by Marquez on the very last lap of this race, just three corners from the checkered flag. Jorgen Martin takes the opportunity to increase his lead at the top of the general classification of the world championship of the specialty, with, now, 38 points ahead of Bagnaia, his runner-up, as well as 40 over Marquez, who takes third place .

On the French side, Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), who had a more than decent race with even a provisional sixth place, without being far from the top 5, was ultimately unable to go to the end, after falling in front of his audience, during the 17th lap and only ten laps from the finish. This is bound to lead to frustration on the part of the person concerned. For his part, Johann Zarco (Honda-LCR) finished in the points, in twelfth place.

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