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2017 Le Mans Moto2 FP3 Result: Bagnaia and Morbidelli Fly The Academy Flag

The intermediate class was finally graced with a fully dry session, with the occasional damp patch seriously testing the riders’ attention – to more or less success, with several crashes and plenty of replay-worthy moments.

Franco Morbidelli was back to his usual antics, which meant taking the lead and letting everyone else try and catch up. Pecco Bagnaia accepted that challenge and he proved to be just as fast in the dry as he was in the wet around Le Mans, the Italian topping the session in his final few laps. Morbidelli dropped less than a tenth behind his VR46 Academy colleague to secure second position.

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2017 Le Mans MotoGP FP3 Result: Redding and Lorenzo Bookend Dry Session

A glimpse of sun on a largely light blue sky almost looked like an illusion after the setting offered by Le Mans for the previous practice sessions. A drying track set things up nicely for a fierce fight for direct Q2 access in the final ten minutes of the session.

That also meant that besides Danilo Petrucci going like a rocket through the turn two gravel trap, there was little action in the first half of the session, Alvaro Bautista getting quite a bit of airtime as the only rider going around as the track was drying.

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2017 Le Mans Moto3 FP3 Result: Bulega Leads Another Damp Session

Cold, dark and humid – isn’t France lovely? The endless talk about weather in Le Mans doesn’t look like ending anytime soon, with a damp circuit waiting for the lightweight class in the third practice session.

The Italian brigade attacked the top of the timesheets from the start, with Marco Bezzecchi, Niccolo Antonelli and Lorenzo Dalla Porta holding the lead temporarily, while the likes of Joan Mir and Jorge Martin were sitting comfortably in their garages waiting for the track to dry.

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2017 Le Mans Moto2 FP2 Result: Marquez Steals The Spotlight Off Hernandez

With the title contenders being extra cautious in full wet conditions, that let some more names shine through at the top of the timesheets - at least until the very end, when some familiar names were cast in the top roles. Jerez winner Alex Marquez waited until the very last lap to cruise to the top and lead the session by almost eight tenths of a second.

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2017 Le Mans MotoGP FP2 Result: Ducatis Dominate In The Wet

As weather predictions claimed, the MotoGP class was greeted by a very wet track and tiny patches of blue sky as they left the pitlane for the second practice session of the day. Wet weather aficionados Scott Redding, Loris Baz and Jack Miller were the first to make a statement at the top of the timesheets, while the usual podium contenders were refining their rain settings and playing it safe in the tricky conditions.

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2017 Le Mans Moto3 FP2 Result: Martin Rains On Kent’s Parade

While the sun seemed to break through the clouds towards the end of FP1 sessions, Le Mans changed its mind at the last minute and a downpour hit the circuit before the lightweight class took to the track for the second time today.

Eleven degrees air temperature and a truly soaked track made for some cautious first few laps for the Moto3 riders. Wildcard Danny Kent showed off his Moto3 expertise to grab the lead midway through the session and he looked on course to keep it before crashing out in the final minutes.

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2017 Le Mans Moto2 FP1 Result: A Sunny Morning For Baldassarri

Did someone say wet? Hafizh Syahrin probably said enthusiastically as he headed out for the intermediate class’ first practice session. While the Malaysian rider was the first leader of the session, he dropped back on a drying track and let the usual contenders fight it out at the top.

The Moto2 class had the honour of actually seeing extended patches of blue sky amongst the clouds, although the track kept some slightly damp patches throughout. The blue-wearing men usually dominating proceedings at this point in the weekend let some other names have their way at the top, Lorenzo Baldassarri grabbing the spotlight in the final minutes of the session, as threatening dark clouds were gathering once again.

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2017 Le Mans MotoGP FP1 Result: Miller Steals The Show

The rain in Le Mans was kind enough to stop before the start of the first MotoGP practice of the day, but the brand new tarmac stayed damp in the chilly conditions for most of the session. The final fifteen minutes saw some brave souls head out on slick tyres, Jack Miller the first to make the best of them by topping the timesheets by over three seconds at one point. The Marc VDS rider kept his top position to the flag, although the gap became a little more reasonable.

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2017 Le Mans Moto3 FP1 Result: Norrodin Tops Wet Session

A familiar picture from Le Mans was waiting for the opening act of the racing weekend: rain. The riders gingerly took to a damp track in chilly temperatures to make the most of the track time available.

A slowly drying track towards the end of the session threw in some unusual names at the top of the timesheets, with wet specialist Adam Norrodin taking top position in FP1. He was followed across the line by Niccolo Antonelli, the Italian putting in a late fast lap to end up less than half a tenth off the leader.

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2017 Jerez MotoGP Test Times 3pm: Viñales Remains Fastest As Times Unchanged

Testing continues for the MotoGP teams at Jerez, but during the hottest part of the day, the focus has switched to the hard work of testing rather than chasing quick times. Nobody has improved their times since the start of the day, and some have already finished.

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2017 Jerez MotoGP Test Times 1pm: Viñales Quickest In Early Times

The riders made an early start to the test at Jerez, taking advantage of the cooler track temperatures at the start of the day. With a blisteringly hot day expected, the track is likely to get extremely slippery as the day progresses. Maverick Viñales is the fastest rider so far, getting down into the 1'38s early on, and over a second and a half quicker than the best lap of the race on Sunday. Marc Marquez is second, while Aleix Espargaro holds third spot on the Aprilia, and the last rider to lap in the 1'38s.

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