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2022 Le Mans MotoGP FP4 Result: Quartararo Shines On Home Soil

Premier class riders showed off their pace in a particularly hot and potentially irrelevant FP4 session, given that the forecast for Sunday has rainclouds all over it. In the eventuality that capricious Le Mans stays dry, Fabio Quartararo looks to have the upper hand on rhythm, the home favourite ending the session at the top of the timesheets, in a display of consistency. Alex Rins gave him a bit of a challenge but settled for second by one hundredth of a second, with Pecco Bagnaia predictably joining them in the top three.

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2022 Le Mans Moto2 FP3 Result: Acosta Back To Breaking Records

Given the pace shown by the intermediate class on Friday, it will come as no surprise that the lap record fell once again but perhaps the bigger surprise was that it was Pedro Acosta who snatched the new one, the rookie navigating around some late yellow flags to post the first valid 1:35 time around Le Mans on a Moto2 machine. The Spaniard picked up top spot in the final couple of minutes of the session by demoting teammate Augusto Fernandez by a tenth of a second.

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2022 Le Mans MotoGP FP3 Result: Zarco Robs Bagnaia With New Record

The premier class took their final opportunity to settle the fight for the precious top 10 heading straight to Q2 and lessons were learned from the busy gravel traps on Friday, so time attack action kicked off quite early on. However, drama was successfully avoided and the fight went all the way to the chequered flag.

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2022 Le Mans Moto3 FP3 Result: Foggia vs Guevara Repeat

A still sunny Le Mans welcomed lightweight class riders to the final practice push and after showing off their race pace, the stars of Friday were back to challenge for top spot once more. Dennis Foggia and Izan Guevara traded the lead in the final few minutes of FP3 and although the Italian came out on top on his last FP3 lap, it was the benchmark he set on Friday that kept him at the top of the combined standings.

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