Fancy winning a Tissot watch signed by the SHARK Grand Prix de France polesitter? Of course you do! And all you have to do to be in with a chance of claiming the sensational prize is to guess the MotoGP™ pole position lap time.
So far in 2021, we’ve seen three different polesitters in four rounds:
- Qatar GP: Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team) – 1:52.772
- Doha GP: Jorge Martin (Pramac Racing) – 1:53.106
- Portuguese GP: Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) – 1:38.862
- Spanish GP: Fabio Quartararo – 1:36.755
Last year at the legendary Le Mans layout, home hero Quartararo was able to stick it on pole with a 1:31.315. So that’s the sort of area we could be looking at again this time around, but the weather looks set to play a huge part in proceedings. 2019’s MotoGP™ qualifying was in the wet though, and it was a 1:40.952 for Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) that handed the Spaniard pole position.
However, you’ll have to keep an eye on the times – especially in FP2 and FP3 – to get a real indicator as to what the pole position time might be this weekend, in the wet or dry. Head over to the MotoGP™ Predictor website to get your guesses in before qualifying!