The Motorcycle World Championship faces its seventh round this weekend, the French Grand Prix, to which the local rider Fabio Quartararo arrives as MotoGP world champion and leader of the riders’ classification. Surely the vast majority of the throats in the stands will break in its path at the Le Mans Circuit, in the city of the same name.

The Gallic asphalt will live a duel that is still very open at the start of the season, with Quartararo first, but with a narrow advantage over the Spanish Aleix Espargaró and a little more cushion over the Italian Bastianini and the Spanish Álex Rins. Marc Márquez’s search for the best version of himself, still in development, has left room for a good number of riders who have not quite achieved the dominance that the Repsol-Honda team achieved in its day.

Things are somewhat clearer at the moment in the Moto2 category, with the Italian Celestino Vietti leading, and in Moto3, with the Spaniard Sergio García in first position.

The practices, classifications and races of the 2022 French Grand Prix can be seen live on television thanks to the DAZN platform. Of course, the races can also be followed live through the ABC website.

French GP schedule:

09.00 am – FP1 Moto3

9.55 am – FP1 MotoGP

10.55 a.m. – FP1 Moto2

1:15 p.m. – FP2 Moto3

14.10 hours – FP2 MotoGP

3:10 p.m. – FP2 Moto2

09.00 am – FP3 Moto3

09.55 am – FP3 MotoGP

10.55 a.m. – FP3 Moto2

12:35 p.m. – Q1 Moto3

13.00 horas – Q2 Moto3

13.30 hours – FP4 MotoGP

14.10 hours – Q1 MotoGP

14.35 horas – Q2 MotoGP

3:10 p.m. – Q1 Moto2

15.35 hours – Q2 Moto2

11.00 am – Moto3 Race

12.20 pm – Moto2 Race

2:00 p.m. – MotoGP Race