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Zarco and Nakagami both take points for LCR Honda at Le Mans MotoGP

CHALLENGING SPRINT FOR NAKAGAMI IN FRANCE
IDEMITSU Honda LCR rider Takaaki Nakagami has finished 16th on Saturday’s Sprint at Le Mans. The Japanese made a solid start and recovered some positions while fighting his rivals. However, despite having made some changes and feeling more comfortable with the bike’s balance, some limitations remain, and he crossed the line 16th.
Taka Nakagami – 16th
“We’d done some modifications on the bike’s setup, and I felt better. During the Sprint, I did my best and kept a consistent pace. Let’s see if we can take a step further ahead of tomorrow’s race.”
JOHANN ZARCO FINISHES THE SPRINT AT LE MANS
Castrol Honda LCR rider Johann Zarco has ended 13th on Saturday’s Sprint in France. Starting from the 15th spot on the grid, Frenchman Zarco made a good start and placed himself in the fight for the points. The rider showed a solid performance and consistent pace and enjoyed the battle against his rivals in front of his crowd. Ultimately, he crossed the line 13th, gathering information ahead of tomorrow’s race.
Johann Zarco – 13th
“I was ready to fight, and I managed to make good overtakes, but the bike’s limitations were there, and I lost at some points of the track. We are trying to apply some changes to be at the level of the competitors. We’ll try again tomorrow.”
NAKAGAMI SCORES POINTS AT LE MANS
IDEMITSU Honda LCR rider Takaaki Nakagami finished 14th on Sunday at the Circuit of Le Mans. Starting from the 19th spot on the grid, Takaaki Nakagami faced a difficult start to the race. However, his unwavering concentration and determination to fight against his rivals led him to secure a 14th-place finish after 27 laps.
Taka Nakagami – 14th
“It’s been a long and tough race. We’ve tried to perform well, but it wasn’t easy to push; we need to improve in many areas. In the end, we managed to grab some points, which always boosts motivation.”
JOHANN ZARCO TAKES POINTS ON HOME SOIL
CASTROL Honda LCR rider Johann Zarco has finished 12th at the Grand Prix of France. Despite a challenging start, Johann Zarco, the first Honda in today’s standings, demonstrated remarkable resilience in tough competition. His clever and determined approach and error-free performance saw him cross the line in a commendable 12th place.
Johann Zarco – 12th
“It was a nice race in the end, as I could feel the crowd’s warmth, which was amazing. Of course, we wanted more, but we tried our best, and being on the points is always important.”

Posted on Monday, May 13th, 2024 in News

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