victory for Quartararo ahead of Zarco, sumptuous French double in Germany

Victory for Quartararo ahead of Zarco, sumptuous French double!

Superb French people!!!! The reigning world champion Fabio Quartararo triumphs at the German Grand Prix ahead of his compatriot Johann Zarco! Australian Jack Miller completes the podium. With this success, the third of the season, the Ni├žois flew to the world championship.

27/30: it smells good for the French double

Quartararo and Zarco are solid leaders and dolphins in this German GP. Espargaro and Miller are more than 9” from Nice.

26/30: Espargaro resists Miller

Despite several attacks from the Australian, the Spaniard retains his 3rd place… for now.

22/30: more than 3” lead for Quartararo

The world champion has a 3”1 lead over Zarco. Aleix Espargaro is in the battle with Miller for 3rd place. Pol Espargaro has given up.

20/30: it’s over for Vinales

Concerns about the Aprilia push Maverick Vinales to retire.

18/30: Miller swallows Vinales

The Australian from Ducati overtakes Vinales and takes 4th place.

17/30: three-way battle for 3rd place

Aleix Espargaro, 3rd, Vinales, 4th, and Miller, 5th are in a pocket handkerchief. Espargaro will have to be strong to maintain his place on the podium.

14/30: Quartararo maintains his lead

The driver keeps Johann Zarco at 1”4 almost halfway.

10/30: 1”2 lead for Quartararo

The world champion is ahead of Zarco by just over a second. Aleix Espargaro is 3” from Nice.

7/30: Nakagami falls too

Second abandonment! After Bagnaia, the Japanese Nakagami is also the victim of a fall.

4/30: fall of Bagnaia, Quartararo and Zarco in the lead!

Incredible, the Italian falls in a bend! He is furious. This suits Quartararo and Zarco who occupy the first two places in this German GP.

3/30: Zarco is hot

The Ducati rider is 3rd and returns to Bagnaia. Best lap for Quartararo.

2/30: it’s hot between Quartararo and Bagnaia

The French and the Italian engage in a good fight but the world champion resists the poleman well.

1/30: Quartararo already in control!

A cannon start for the Frenchman who took over Bagnaia at the first corner! The Frenchman is already in the lead!

Let’s go for the warm-up lap

There will be 30 rounds on the program.

Medium tires for Quartararo

Quartararo at the microphone of Canal +: “We tried the medium tires, this morning we had a good rhythm with them. We can have a good race. We are going to have fun.”

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Welcome to RMC Sport to follow the German Grand Prix, 10th round of the MotoGP world championship, live. In the 1st row behind the Italian Francesco Bagnaia, Fabio Quartararo and Johann Zarco will try to get a place on the podium and why not the victory. Departure at 2 p.m.

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