Racer Gressini slipped in Banya before his opponent crashed to continue an impressive start to the season as he narrowed the gap to the top of the standings from the leader Fabio Quartararo and the racer in second place Espargar oil.

Jack Miller took second place for Ducati, ahead of Espargar of Aprilia, who took third place in a row, ahead of Quartararo, who finished fourth at his home event, bringing Yamaha’s lead in the championship to four points over Espargar.

It was a nightmare race for the Suzuki duo Alex Rince and Jeanne Mir who both crashed in the first race weekend after Suzuki announced its intention to leave the series in late 2022.

This has opened up the rider market widely, and Rince and Mir are considering their options for next year.

In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Lewis Duncan of Autosport and Oriol Puchdemon of Motorsport.com look back at the French GP to analyze all the action both on and off the track, as well as to analyze Suzuki leaving MotoGP.


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