Crazy weekend in Le Mans, where surprises and slides goes together.

In Moto3 qualifying and race are not easy for the EG 0,0 riders neither for our Darryn Binder and Kazuki Masaki; the best of the two EG 0,0 riders is Aron Canet who, even though a not good qualifying, makes a comeback ending the race 8th. Darryn Binder finally ends the GP with an encouraging 11th place after a battle against Canet, Masia and McPhee, while the young Japanese rookie finishes the race 18th.

Better news from Moto2, where Joan Mir and Alex Marquez of Team EG 0,0 Marc VDS are respectively fourth and sixth on the grid. Their race is wonderful but very strong, and they end it with a big team result, with Alex Marquez second and Joan Mir gets his first Moto2 podium as a rookie, in third position. Good results also for Brad Binder, who is ninth at the checkered flag after a strong battle against Oliveira, Fenati and Quartararo and for the young German rider Lukas Tulovic, at his second Moto2 GP, who ends 23th, gaining precious experience in this class.

MotoGP has the most auspicious start thanks to the fourth place on grid for Andrea Iannone of Team Suzuki Ecstar. Unfortunately the Italian ends the race during the first lap after a fall; his teammate Alex Rins finishes in 10th position, after a fought race against Viñales, Espargaro and Crutchlow. This is the first race with no podium for Suzuki, but the sensations remains good thanks to a GSX-RR more and more performing and close to the best motorbikes.

Next appointment at the “mythical” Mugello GP; we will be there keeping you updated with live news from the box!

More than ever…stay tuned!