Vive la France! Alma Pramac Racing celebrates a spectacular Sunday, the most beautiful in its history and consolidates its third place in the MotoGP team classification. Danilo Petrucci and Jack Miller make fans happy. The rider from Terni is on the podium between Marquez and Valentino. The Australian finished fourth after an extraordinary
#FrenchGP Quali. Dream-like Saturday: stunning front row for Petrux and Jack (7th) completes the party
The sun is shining over Le Mans and Alma Pramac Racing celebrates a fantastic result in qualifying for the Grand Prix de France with Danilo Petrucci on the front row and Jack Miller in P7. Petrux celebrates in Parc Ferme with his team an extraordinary front row, the sixth in his career. The
The weekend of the Grand Prix de France starts with very positive indications for Alma Pramac Racing. Jack Miller is in great shape and finishes the first day of free practice in sixth place. Danilo Petrucci also had a good feeling but a crash before the FP2's time attack didn't allow him to
The Grand Prix de France has a bitter taste for Octo Pramac Racing. Scott Redding and Danilo Petrucci are protagonists of a big race but both are forced to retire due to technical problems with their Ducati Desmosedici GP. After superb Saturday’s qualifying and an excellent warm-ups (6th quickest) Scott started well from
Fantastic Saturday for Scott who first dominates the FP3 then ends up 7th in qualifying. Petrux 19°.
Scott Redding gives great emotions on Saturday's qualifying for the Grand Prix de France that will see him starting seventh tomorrow. For Danilo Petrucci a disappointing qualifying after the good feelings of the free practices. Scott puts on a show in the FP3 ended up with the fastest lap-time. Even in Q2, the
Danilo Petrucci and Scott Redding confirm to be very fast in wet conditions. In the FP2 of the Grand Prix de France the Octo Pramac Racing riders dominate for almost the entire session then ending up in third and fourth place respectively. Unfortunately the unstable weather conditions of the FP1 did not allow