Summary and highlights of the Moto GP race at the French GP
Photo: AFP


8:45 AM11 days ago

The beast wins in France

8:43 AM11 days ago


Bastianini takes the French GP. That's three in the season for Enea Bastianini.
8:42 AM11 days ago

Lap 27

Last lap, Bastianini goes for the win.
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Lap 25

Top 5 of the French GP
8:34 AM11 days ago

Lap 21

Pecco Bagnaia goes outside, and Enea Bastianini passes to the first place. Then he goes to the ground, the race is over for Bagnaia.
8:29 AM11 days ago

Lap 18

Pecco Bagnaia resists the counterattack of Bastianini who harasses him for the first place.
8:26 AM11 days ago

Lap 16

Top 5 of the French GP
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Lap 15

Crash for Joan Mir who was in fifth place, passes to the rear.
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Lap 12

Enea Bastianini passes Jack Miller for second place.
8:16 AM11 days ago

Lap 10

Top 5 of the French GP


8:12 AM11 days ago

Lap 6

Raul Fernandez, who was in the last positions of the grid, falls.
8:10 AM11 days ago

Lap 5

The first 3 are: Bagnaia, Miller and Bastianini. 
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Lap 3

Pecco Bagnaia leads the GP, Miller moves up to second place.
8:06 AM11 days ago

Lap 2

Alex Rin crashes and drops to last place. 
8:04 AM11 days ago

Lap 1

Jack Miller leads, second Pecco Bagnaia.
8:01 AM11 days ago


The bikes are rolling at the Bugatti racetrack, the show has started.
7:52 AM11 days ago

Local star makes the show

7:45 AM11 days ago

Motorcycles are ready

The complete grid is ready for the start of the French Grand Prix.
7:33 AM11 days ago

Marc Márquez: "We will continue to pursue it"

The Spanish champion acknowledged that he is not in the best moment, even that in normal conditions he is not to fight for the victory. 

"I am very self-demanding with myself and I keep trying to improve, look for things and find myself better. I'm not riding in the best way, but more or less acceptable. If there was a Honda winning, it would be different. That's where I insist, but it is true that we are at a point where the concept ideas are running out and when that road is over, another one has to be opened, which are already new parts from Japan. They are working on it and I'm sure they will come soon," admitted Marc.

7:23 AM11 days ago

Will no longer be used

The organization of the motorcycle world championship announced that the number 46 worn by multi-champion Valentino Rossi, as of the Mugello Grand Prix, will no longer be used in the category. 

"The number 46 will no longer be used in the MotoGP class at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello. Synonymous with nine-time world champion and MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi, the number will be signed in style at the next Gran Premio d'Italia Oakley. The retirement ceremony will take place on the main straight on Saturday, just before qualifying," a statement said.

7:17 AM11 days ago

We initiate coverage

We have already started the coverage of the MotoGP French Grand Prix.
6:16 PM11 days ago

Stay tuned for a live stream of the French Grand Prix

In a few moments we will share with you all the action from the French Grand Prix live, as well as the latest information from the Bugatti Autodrome in Le Mans.

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6:14 PM11 days ago

How to watch the French Grand Prix live?

The French Grand Prix race can be seen on ESPN.  
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6:13 PM11 days ago

What time is the Moto GP race at the French GP?

This is the starting time of the Moto GP race on May 15 in several countries:

Argentina: 9:00 AM
Bolivia: 8:00 AM
Brazil: 9:00 AM
Chile: 9:00 AM
Colombia: 7:00 AM
Ecuador: 7:00 AM
USA (ET): 8:00 AM
Spain: 2:00 PM
Mexico: 7:00 AM
Paraguay: 8:00 AM
Peru: 7:00 AM
Uruguay: 9:00 AM
Venezuela: 8:00 AM
England: 2:00 PM
Australia : 22:00 PM
India: 17:30 PM 

6:12 PM11 days ago

This is how the MotoGP championship is going

This is how the riders' championship stands after the Spanish Grand Prix: 
Photo: Moto GP
Photo: Moto GP

5:58 PM11 days ago

Pecco Bagnaia: "We found the solution to go faster"

The pole man, in the press conference said: "I'm very happy, because after FP4 I was quite worried because I wasn't feeling so good with the rubber [we chose]. I couldn't stop and I was getting a bit pissed off. But then, in qualifying, we made a small detail in the setting that helped me a lot".
5:57 PM11 days ago

Facundo Bagnaia, the pole man in France

With a time of 1:30.450 he took the pole position in qualifying on Saturday, made track record held by Zarco from 2018 and resoundingly won the pole. The Italian after his controversial end in Spain, maintains the trend at least at the start in France. 
5:51 PM11 days ago

Ducati take over the front row

The Italian brand has completed the top 10 on the starting grid and has been dominant throughout the weekend, so everything points to a Ducati as the winner of this Grand Prix, but the Aprilia of Espargaro and the local Quartararo with the Yamaha will try to avoid it. 

This will be the starting grid

1. F. Bagnaia (Ducati) 1:30.450
2. J. Miller (Ducati) 1:30.519
3. A. Espargaro (Aprilia) 1:30.609
4.  F. Quartararo (Yamaha) 1:30.688
5. E. Bastianini (Ducati) 1:30.711
6. J. Zarco (Ducati) 1:30.863
7. J. Mir (Suzuki) 1:30.943
8. A. Rins (Suzuki) 1:30.977
9. J. Martin (Ducati) 1:31.068
10. M. Marquez (Honda) 1:31.148

5:49 PM11 days ago

Historical background

The rider who has won the most times in this Grand Prix is Giacomo Agostini, the Italian rider won 7 times the grand prix, among the grid riders, Marc Marquez has four victories on Gallic territory, however, his last victory was in 2019.

Winners of the last races: 
2013: Dani Pedrosa
2014: Marc Marquez
2015: Jorge Lorenzo
2016: Jorge Lorenzo 
2017: Maverick Viñales
2018: Marc Márquez
2019: Marc Márquez
2020: Danilo Petrucci
2021: Jack Miller

5:45 PM11 days ago

The Circuit

The Bugatti racetrack, located in Le Mans. It is a historic circuit where one of the most important races of the motor world, the 24 hours of Le Mans, takes place.

The circuit has a length of 4,185 meters. In addition, it has 14 curves, 5 to the left and 9 to the right. The straight is 674 meters long.

5:39 PM11 days ago

Race preview

After the Spanish GP race, two weeks later the seventh race of the Moto GP World Championship will be held at the Bugatti Autodrome in Le Mans (France). 
5:31 PM11 days ago

Welcome to VAVEL.COM's LIVE coverage of the Moto GP Grand Prix of France race

Welcome to's coverage of the 2022 Moto GP World Championship: Grand Prix of France live stream!
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