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2021 Le Mans MotoGP FP4 Result: Quartararo Fastest In Intermittent Drizzle

The typical changing conditions in Le Mans left the premier class in a confusing situation, as they started the final practice session on slick rubber fit for a drying track but clouds changed their mind and started shedding more water so the woolly hats went back on while riders waited for Le Mans to make up its mind. The track finally got busy for the final 15 minutes of the session, when Fabio Quartararo went fastest on a drying track, but only seven thousandths of a second ahead of Alex Rins.

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Sunday Warm Up Rescheduled At Le Mans MotoGP Round In Response To Cold Conditions

The cold conditions at Le Mans has forced Dorna to reschedule the morning warm up sessions for all three Grand Prix classes. The warm ups have all been pushed back 40 minutes, so that they start at 9am rather than 8:20am. Moto3 will be at 9am, Moto2 at 9:30am, and MotoGP at 10am.

The rescheduling of warm up has also forced a change to the MotoE race time. Instead of in the morning, the MotoE race will start at 3:30pm in the afternoon, after the MotoGP race has finished.

The new schedule appears below, all times local time (CEST):

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2021 Le Mans MotoE FP3 Result: Okubo Leads From Hernandez

Despite the cloud cover, dry track conditions maintained for the final practice session of the MotoE class and times got quicker throughout the 30 minutes of track action. The fastest man proved to be Hikari Okubo, although only four hundredths of a second faster than Yonny Hernandez. FP2 leader Eric Granado was third, one tenth off top spot and narrowly ahead of reigning champion Jordi Torres.

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2021 Le Mans Moto2 FP3 Result: Fernandez Fastest On Drying Track

After overnight rain and a few drops throughout the MotoGP session, the track started drying as the intermediate class took their turn, which meant there was not much action until the conditions were good enough for slick tyres. Times got quicker and quicker in the final third of the session, but ultimately not quick enough to challenge the combined hierarchy from FP2. Rookie extraordinaire Raul Fernandez took top spot at the checkered flag by going over half a second quicker than compatriots Jorge Navarro and Augusto Fernandez.

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2021 Le Mans MotoGP FP3 Result: Marquez Welcomes Wet Conditions

Day 2 at Le Mans started with a fully wet track and the surface saw a little more rainfall as the premier class got going for their third practice session. There were a few riders who loved the conditions and went quick straight away but once rain stopped and the track started changing, it was a familiar face making the headlines once more, with Marc Marquez back in charge by six tenths of a second and the only time in the 1:40s.

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2021 Le Mans Moto3 FP3 Result: Another Fernandez Goes Fast

After the changing conditions caused some headaches on day 1 at Le Mans, Saturday morning brought a fully wet track surface following overnight rain, which meant that the lightweight class stood no chance of changing the order in the combined standings. However, it was a chance for rookie Adrian Fernandez to shine, the Spaniard snatching top spot at the checkered flag by almost half a second from Yuki Kunii. Andrea Migno made a late jump into the top three, while John McPhee got demoted to fourth, while Niccolò Antonelli completed the top five.

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