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It was a Sunday for Tony Arbolino, who suffered an unfortunate crash on the second lap of the French GPtoday.

An exciting large crowd of spectators was present today at the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans for the French GP 2022, with as many as 110,003 spectators watching this Sunday's spectacle-a record for the track.

Despite the morning shower, Moto2 riders were greeted today by perfect weather conditions ahead of the 12:20 p.m. race, with sunny skies and a track temperature of 32 degrees.

Having identified braking stability as an area of set-up to improve yesterday, Tony in this morning's Warm Up showed that there was reason for optimism today, scoring a good eighth fastest time.

However, as the lights went out, the 21-year-old had a difficult start from ninth on the grid, and was in a good duel with Fermin Aldeguer, when the pair crashed on lap two in turn six.

A page to turn quickly, then, that of the French GP, to start working immediately with a view to the home race in two weeks' time at Mugello. 🇮 The Italian, however remains at 70 points in the World standings, in fourth position, 38 off the leader.


"I lost at the start and lost a lot of positions in the first lap; I didn't feel as good as I expected.
Honestly, the crash was a consequence of that because I was pushing really hard and I didn't have the conditions. The important thing is that I know I can do a good job and that's what racing is all about. Now we just have to file this weekend away and start working for our home GP at Mugello in two weeks!"