10 things you should know before the French GP

It was a barnstorming Saturday at the SHARK Grand Prix de France as Ducati Lenovo Team saw Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller take a one-two on the grid, with Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing) completing the front row. He will be aiming to win two consecutive races for the first time since Algarve and Valencia last year. The pole for Bagnaia is the first for a Ducati rider at Le Mans in MotoGP™. Last year’s Le Mans race winner, Jack Miller, has qualified second. Fabio Quartararo was on pole position for the last two years at Le Mans and finished third at the circuit last year. It is his second-best qualifying result of the season so far after Portugal, where he qualified P2, and he will be aiming to win for the second time in MotoGP™ after taking victory in the 2020 European GP at Valencia.

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