Fourth in qualifying, the Frenchman can aim for a new podium on Sunday at the German Grand Prix, as Francesco Bagnaia starts from pole position.
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Can Jorge Martin continue? Winner of the sprint race on Saturday, the Spaniard hopes for the double, Sunday June 18, during the German Grand Prix. While he will only start in sixth position, the Pramac driver will once again have to face the leader of the world championship, Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati), who will start from pole position. If the Italian was overtaken in the sprint race, he will aim for a fourth victory this season on Sunday, the last dating back to last week, at home during the Italian Grand Prix.
On the French side Johann Zarco (Pramac), fifth in the sprint race on Saturday, will be in ambush on the second row and will aim for a new podium after that obtained in Italy. In difficulty with his Yamaha, Fabio Quartararo, who won in Germany last year, is only 11th on the starting line and will have to fight to get into the top 10, he who only finished 13th in the sprint race.