The French GP’s traditional full Sunday race at Le Mans was an suppuration game, with only 14 riders worldly-wise to make it to the finish line. Alex Marquez is among those who left the wrestle early on as he was the unlucky co-protagonist of a dangerous coming together with Marini, who was trying a drastic save without losing tenancy of his Ducati machine. The standoff was inevitable and led to a bitter, early end to the Spaniard’s weekend.
It was a completely variegated Sunday for Fabio Di Giannantonio as today’s eighth place equals his so-far weightier result in MotoGP (Sachsenring 2022), with the Italia who has been constantly in the top ten in the last four GPs.
DNF – ALEX MARQUEZ #73
“I’m leaving Le Mans with very positive feelings with the bike. I approached the first turns well; I was warlike but still between the boundaries. Then I was worldly-wise to get in touch with the leading group and the idea was to wait a little bit, but it didn’t go as I had hoped. Marini made a mistake and crashed, Bezzecchi overdue him was worldly-wise to stave him, but there was nothing I could do. I am perfectly fine, which is something, but we surely have been missing a bit of luck in this early season.”
8th – FABIO DI GIANNANTONIO #49
“I’m very happy. We had a weekend in which we kept improving and today the feeling with the velocipede was excellent. We fought, I had what it takes to play my cards right and I was worldly-wise to wrestle with Quartararo for scrutinizingly the whole race. The feeling keeps improving and we’re on the right track. I expect a remoter step forward at Mugello.”
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