Risi Competizione return to Le Mans in the LMGTE Pro class ahead of the 87th running of the historic race
Alex Marquez returned to the top step of the podium at Le Mans for the first time since Motegi 2017. Marquez was joined by poleman, Jorge Navarro, and the Pons HP40 rider, Augusto Fernandez.
Andrea Dovizioso says that he and Ducati need to continue finding improvements for the bike if they’re to challenge Marc Marquez.
Cal Crutchlow finds himself outside the top 10 at Le Mans after suffering from front end issues during Free Practice.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has confirmed in an interview with Spanish TV that Fernando Alonso will be taking part in an IndyCar test next week with Andretti Autosport; further fuel to the rumours that the Spaniard will race in the championship next year.
Double British GT champion Jonny Adam hopes the feel-good factor at Optimum Motorsport will help the team compete for GT3 title glory in 2018.