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Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró will compete at the Circuito de Jerez - Ángel Nieto this weekend, in the first Grand Prix of the season on home soil
Schedule for MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3. Follow the excitement of the French GP on our social media profiles. (GMT+2)
A week of rest followed by a test in Portimao and the penultimate triple-header of the year begins the closing stages of the 2020 MotoGP season for a determined Repsol Honda Team.
Alberto Puig accompanied Marc Márquez to the podium at Le Mans on behalf of the Repsol Honda Team, after a race in which Jorge Lorenzo also gave a positive showing.
The Repsol Honda rider wins the French GP for the second consecutive year, and extends his lead in the standings with a third triumph of the season. Jorge Lorenzo finishes eleventh.
The Repsol Honda Team rider claims his third pole position of the season, in a race against the rain. Jorge Lorenzo will take off from eighth at Le Mans.
The Repsol Honda Team riders made progress in the first two free practice sessions for the French Grand Prix, both contested on a dry track.
The second European round of the 2019 MotoGP World Championship takes place at Le Mans, where Márquez and Lorenzo arrive feeling positive after a test in Jerez.
Alberto Puig oversaw his fifth race as Repsol Honda Team Manager at Le Mans, in which Márquez won and Pedrosa fought his way through the field.