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Moto2 France: Rookie Fernandez dominates Le Mans for victory

Raul Fernandez showed he had gotten to grips with the changeable, tricky conditions in Le Mans by securing pole, then seiezed his opportunity to take the lead and pull away to win the Moto2 French Grand Prix, round five of the championship. With the race declared dry and the dark clouds temporarily at bay, the Red Bull KTM Ajo rider got off to a considered start which saw Marco Bezzecchi fly to the front, with the Spaniard sat in the lead group. The second victory of his rookie Moto2 campaign came when Joe Robets slipped out of second, leaving him free to take on the Italian. Pressure saw the Sky bike wobble and run wide, and once ahead Fernandez didn’t look back - leading over the line...
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