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French MotoGP: Smith tops wet first practice at Le Mans

Bradley Smith topped a wet first practice for the MotoGP French Grand Prix on the Aprilia ahead of home hero Johann Zarco on the Avintia Ducati. Smith's future beyond this weekend is uncertain as Andrea Iannone's appeal to have his 18-month doping ban overturned will be heard on Thursday and could be in a position to return for the Aragon Grand Prix next weekend. Despite a spate of crashes in the preceding Moto3 session, riders were quick to start learning the conditions when the first premier class outing of the weekend got under way. MotoGP's last full wet race was the 2018 Valencia Grand Prix, which was won by Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso and featured Pol Espargaro on the KTM on the...
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