Full Moto2 and Moto3 race results

The 20-lap Moto3 event at MotoGP’s 1000th Grand Prix event proved impossible for Tech3 KTM rider Holgato.

Holkato put in a perfectly defensive ride to lead the way, quickly moving ahead of pole-sitter Ayumu Sasaki in the intact GB Husqvarna.

Sasaki briefly took the lead on the start/finish straight at the start of the 12th lap from Holkato, but was immediately relegated to second by the Tech3 rider.

Holgato closed the door on the final lap to reach the checkered flag, 0.150s ahead of Sasaki, with Leopard Honda’s Jam Masia completing the podium.

Holgato’s victory was the first for a Tech3 team in any class of the World Championship on home soil.

Evan Ortola was fourth on the Angeles MTA KTM.

The top 10 was completed by Denis Onku (Ajo KTM), Xavi Artigas on a Brustel GP CF Moto machine, David Alonso of Aspera, and José Ruta (Ajo KTM) on Stefano Nepa’s Angeles-second bike.

Holgado now leads the championship by 21 points from Ortola and Masia, while Diogo Moreira has slipped to fourth in the standings after crashing out of the race at Le Mans.

Moto3 – French GP Race Results (20 Laps)

Tony Arbolino, Marc VDS Racing Team

Photo: Gold and Duck / Motorsport films

Mark VDS’s Tony Arbolino claimed his second win in every lap of the Moto2 race at Le Mans.

The race was red-flagged on lap three following a multi-rider crash exiting Turn 6 earlier in the lap.

Ajo KTM’s crash on the way out of the Albert Arenas corner left Yamaha VR46 Master Camp rider Manuel Gonzalez and Ponce’s Aaron Canet.

READ  England vs Australia Referee: Who Is World Cup Official Tory Benzo?

Arenas and Gonzalez walked away from the incident while Gannett was taken to the Medical Center for evaluation.

Before the stop, pole sitter Sam Lowes crashed at Turn 3, his Mark VDS bike narrowly avoiding a collision with Alonso Lopez (speeding up) and Lowes’ team-mate Arbolino.

Restarted over 14 laps, Arbolino led them all to victory over Gresini’s Filip Salak, who celebrated his first podium of the season.

Lopez completed the podium for Speed ​​Up ahead of Fanatic Racing’s Celestino Vietti and Asper’s Jake Dixon.

Rounding out the top 10 were Honda Team Asia’s Somkyat Chandra, Barry Paltus (Phito Olli Racing GP), Speed ​​Up’s Fermin Aldegur, Ai Okura (Honda Team Asia) and Ponce’s Sergio Garcia.

Lowes had to restart from pole, but his mechanics were unable to get him out of the pitlane in time after repairs to his bike and he was forced to start last. Britain was 15th at the checkered flag.

Arbolino now leads Pedro Acosta (Ajo KTM) by 25 points in the standings.

Moto2 – French Grand Prix Race Results (14 laps)

Dodaj komentarz

Twój adres e-mail nie zostanie opublikowany. Wymagane pola są oznaczone *