Francesco Bagnaia won the best starting position for the French Grand Prix in Le Mans with a minimal advantage over Marc Marquez. The Ducati Italian beat the Honda star, who is returning from injury at the Portuguese Grand Prix, by 0.058 seconds and will start today's sprint race and Sunday's French Grand Prix from first place.
Luca Marini will also start the race from the front row, and Jack Miller, who showed excellent speed in free practice, was fourth ahead of Jorge Martin and Maverick Vinales.
Marco Bezzecchi was seventh, Alex Marquez was eighth, Johann Zarco was ninth, and Brad Binder was tenth.
The sprint race is scheduled today at 15 p.m.
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