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MotoGP classification: race of the Grand Prix of France and world motorcycle racing 2021

Jack Miller achieved victory in the French GP that was held at the Le Mans circuit. The French Johann Zarco and Fabio Quartararo finished the race second and third respectively in a test in which Marc Márquez suffered two falls and ended up abandoning.With his third place, the one from Nice snatches the leadership of the general (80) by one point to Italian Francesco 'Pecco' Bagnaia (Ducati), who started sixteenth and climbed to fourth place. For his part, Miller, who signs his second consecutive victory, dominated from start to finish in the first 'flag to flag' race in three years.Quartararo, 'poleman' on Saturday, again showed his problems at the start and gave two positions, leaving the lead to Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) ahead of Spanish Maverick Viñales (Yamaha). The one from Roses briefly took the head of the race, but the onset of the rain returned the first place to the one from Nice. French GP MotoGP Classification French GP MotoGP Classification. ( MotoGP World Classification MotoGP World Classification. (

Jack Miller reigns in the chaos of Le Mans; Marc Márquez falls twice and...

Jack Miller claimed his second consecutive MotoGP victory after winning the chaotic French Grand Prix. Marc Márquez fell.

Marc Márquez suffered a brutal fall while leading the Le Mans GP | MotoGP...

Marc Márquez touched the epic in the French GP. The one from Cervera came out sixth and managed to take first place late in the race when it started to rain. But shortly after he ended up crashing and lost the lead in the event. Despite the crash, he was able to get up again and continue racing at Le Mans, although later he fell again and had to abandon.

This is the classification for the grid of the MotoGP French Grand Prix

Quartararo will face the MotoGP French Grand Prix from the first position on the grid from the Le Mans circuit.

Quartararo snatches the pole from Viñales and Márquez will start sixth at Le Mans...

Quartararo and Maverick Viñales, both Yamaha riders, will face the French Grand Prix first and second at the Le Mans circuit.

Marc Márquez threatens at Le Mans: "I'm getting stronger" | MotoGP

Marc Márquez has acknowledged that he is stronger and his goal for Le Mans is none other than to have fewer complications on the bike.