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The reigning World Champion extends his lead in the overall standings after winning the French Grand Prix. Dani Pedrosa finishes in fifth position.
The World Championship leader will start from second on the grid for the fifth round of the season, and teammate Dani Pedrosa will take off from 10th place.
Repsol Honda Team riders debut second homologated aerodynamic solution, which they had tried out at the most recent tests.
Marc Márquez will defend his lead in the MotoGP standings at Le Mans, after two days of testing alongside Dani Pedrosa at Jerez and Mugello.
Third consecutive podium for Dani Pedrosa, who lies second in the MotoGP standings. Marc Márquez suffers a crash ten laps from the chequered flag, when riding in fourth.
The reigning World Champion will start French GP from fifth, despite a crash in qualifying. Pedrosa goes into Q1 and misses out on Q2 by just 0.048s.
Repsol Honda team rider among the fastest both on mixed conditions and completely wet track. Dani Pedrosa ends the day fourteenth.
Le Mans hosts the fifth round of the MotoGP World Championship this weekend, after the one-two achieved by the Repsol Honda team riders at Jerez and the shared podium at Austin.
Dani Pedrosa moves from eleventh to fourth at French Grand Prix, whilst Marc Marquez suffers a crash and places thirteenth.
Dani Pedrosa, hindered by a crash in qualifying, will take off from eleventh place at the French Grand Prix.