The French GP takes place at the Le Mans Circuit between Friday 12 and Sunday 14 May. The fifth stop of the Motorcycle World Championship has as its main attraction the return of Marc Márquez to MotoGP, after a month and a half away from the tracks due to the injury he suffered in the Portuguese GP after his accident with Miguel Oliveira. The eight-time world champion will return to the Honda in a championship led by Italian Francesco Bagnaia with 22 points ahead of his compatriot Bezzechi after winning at Jerez. In Moto2, Spaniard Pedro Acosta remains first, tied at 74 points with Arbolino, while in Moto3, Daniel Holgado is leading with four points ahead of Diogo Moreira.
These are the schedules of the different tests of the weekend:
Moto3. Free practice: 9.00 h. and 13.15 h.
Moto2. Free practice: 9.50 h. and 14.05 h.
MotoGP. Free practice: 10.45 h. and 15.00 h.
Moto3. Free practice: 8.40 h. Classification: 12.50 h.
Moto2. Free practice: 9.25 h. Classification: 13.45 h.
MotoGP. Free practice: 10.10 h. Classification: 10.50 h. Sprint race: 15.00 h.
Motorcycle 3. Race: 11.00 h.
Moto2. Race: 12.15 h.
MotoGP. Race: 14.00 h.
Where to watch the French Grand Prix?
All the races of the Motorcycle World Championship can be seen this season through the DAZN platform. The times listed above correspond to Spanish peninsular time.
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