MotoGP Grand Prix of France 2018 Live Stream info, TV Channel. Watch 2018 Grand Prix of France MotoGP Racing TV Coverage. MotoGP Grand Prix of France 2018: Race Schedule, Live Stream and Top Riders, Home Hero Johann Zarco Secures Pole at the MotoGP Grand Prix of France.
Marc Marquez will look to extend his lead at the top of the MotoGP world standing on Sunday in the 2018 Grand Prix of France at Le Mans.
The Spaniard holds a 12-point lead in this year’s championship, and he’s bidding to win his third world title in succession and fifth overall.
Read on for a look at the key riders to watch out for on Sunday, but first here are the details you need to catch the action:
With his victory on home soil last time out in the Spanish Grand Prix, Marquez has now won the last two races and set the fastest lap in each of the last three.
The Flying Frenchman didn’t stop with the pole position, as he also annihilated the rest of the field by smashing the pole record at Le Mans, becoming the first Frenchman to start from the front of the grid on home soil since Christian Sarron in 1988, back when the French round of MotoGP was still contested at Paul Ricard.
The nail-biting session was one of the few times where Marc Marquez has been visibly worried about his lack of pace, even if the Spaniard still delivered a marvelous second place and could realistically maintain a faster pace than Zarco during tomorrow’s race. As it’s been the case in 2018, it was an independent rider and team who rounded up the top three, with Danilo Petrucci with his Alma Pramac Racing Ducati. At the end of the session, the top three riders were separated by less than two-tenths of a second.