French MotoGP Live Stream (5.15.2022) : Where to Broadcast & How to Watch

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The latest news on the French MotoGP 2022 at the Bugatti Le Mans circuit, complete with official & i-legal streaming tv info, how to watch, and today’s schedule. Live to a stream of the French MotoGP, the 7th series of the 2022 Grand Prix motorcycle racing; watch here.

On Saturday afternoon, Francesco ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia scores MotoGP pole position at the Bugatti Circuit in Le Mans. In second, Lenovo teammate Jack Miller followed, and Aprilia Racing’s Aleix Espargaró (3rd). The three riders will start from the front of the grid at the SHARK Grand Prix de France MotoGP race Sunday afternoon.

Meanwhile, the Portuguese MotoGP champion 2022, Fabio Quartararo, will start from the second row, having only set the fourth-best time. On the second grid, Fabio will be accompanied by Enea Bastianini and Joan Mir, who will replace Johan Zarco.

Johann Zarco was punished by race management after qualifying for the SHARK Grand Prix de France on Saturday afternoon for blocking Repsol Honda Team rider Pol Espargaro in Q2. The French racer retreated from sixth to ninth.

Zarco admitted his mistake afterward, saying that he had misjudged the situation and Espargaró was closer than he thought.

“I was unlucky in qualifying, but I’m happy with the day. I misjudged the situation with Pol, and it was my fault. Anyway, my pace was good, I’ve found the right feeling again, and I have everything to be in the front row in the afternoon. Tomorrow we will give everything as usual. My target is to finish in the top five,” said Zarco after the qualifying session at the French MotoGP, Le Mans, Saturday (14/5/2022).

Zarco’s penalty left seventh, eighth, and ninth positions Joan Mir, Alex Rins, and Jorge Martin all three up the grid, and the Frenchman started his home race one row further back on the grid.

Before starting to stream the 7th MotoGP series for the 2022 season, which will be held at the Le Mans circuit, France, let’s look at last night’s qualifying results.

Info Related to the 2022 French MotoGP Race

Grand Prix / LapsFrench MotoGP 2022
Circuit NameLe Mans
Length – Width4.2 km / 2.6 miles – 13 m. / 42.65 ft
Longest Straight, Corners674 m. / 2211.29 ft, 5 left – 9 right

France 2022 MotoGP Race Start Order

Based on the results of the qualification that was held on Saturday (5/14/2022).

1Francesco BagnaiaDucati1’30.450
2Jack MillerDucati1’30.51969
3Aleix EspargaroAprilia1’30.609159
4Fabio QuartararoYamaha1’30.688238
5Enea BastianiniDucati1’30.711261
6Joan MirSuzuki1’30.943493
7Alex RinsSuzuki1’30.977527
8Jorge MartinDucati1’31.068618
9Johann ZarcoDucati1’30.863413
10Marc MarquezHonda1’31.148698
11Pol EspargaroHonda1’31.5261076
12Takaaki NakagamiHonda1’31.5951145
13Marco BezzecchiDucati1’30.940490
14Maverick ViñalesAprilia1’31.271821
15Luca MariniDucati1’31.363913
16Fabio Di GiannantonioDucati1’31.4871037
17Miguel OliveiraKTM1’31.5471097
18Brad BinderKTM1’31.6101160
19Franco MorbidelliYamaha1’31.6171167
20Andrea DoviziosoYamaha1’31.6181168
21Alex MarquezHonda1’31.7631313
22Remy GardnerKTM1’31.8201370
23Darryn BinderYamaha1’32.5962146
24Raúl FernándezKTM1’32.7672317

Showtimes & Live Streaming Links

Original NetworkNBC & CNBC Sports
Race DatesSunday, May 15, 2022
Racing Hours08:00 EDT
Watch Link

Video Highlights MotoGP France – Full Race (2021)

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Prediction, which racer will win the race at the Le Mans circuit today? Don’t miss it, watch it! French MotoGP will air on Sunday, May 15, 2022.

Make sure that MotoGP fans have downloaded the application and stream the French MotoGP through the official NBC Sport There is also a website that broadcasts the French MotoGP for free, but it is not official.


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