The Le Mans race took place in a difficult weekend for the Nolan Group riders. Out Alex Rins during a good race, and out even Alonso Lopez. For Canet, not even the start, due to an injury.

But Petrucci, the winner of a 100% dominated race, has equalized everything.

Our rider, a specialist in the wet, has put the best in line, taking home his second career victory.

MotoGP is not over. 4 Spanish events await us in Aragon and Valencia. You know what? We are confident, and you?


"It was an incredible race. As of this morning, I knew I could have done a good performance with the dry conditions, but when I saw the rain on the grid, I knew it was going to be a difficult race. I thought I had nothing to lose and that maybe, I could be equally strong even in the wet. In the past, I had managed to get podiums in those conditions, but never a win. I've waited a long time before getting back on the top step of the podium, and it's nice to do it here at Le Mans, a track where I've got some good results in the past. I want to dedicate this win to all the people who have continued to believe in me even in this difficult time."


"It was unfortunate to have that crash, but I’m actually feeling OK because there were a lot of positives today; I managed the pressure of the race delay and the bad grid position, and I felt very comfortable on the bike. I recovered a lot of positions and a lot of time and I was feeling good up with the leading group. I did a double over-take on the Ducatis and it felt incredible! But in the end I had a crash and couldn’t get the podium. Anyway, Aragon is like another home race for me so I’m happy to go there and I hope for a better qualifying!"

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