Paddock Moto GP Le Mans 2016 Grand Prix France Photos. Day One
Although the official opening of Moto GP Grand Prix du France 2016 race in Le Mans has been scheduled for Friday, the audience started to come to Bugatti Circuit as early as Thursday. At this time, before the main events of the race, you can to see the “dark side” of MotoGP, look at teams work on motorbikes setting up or on the pilots in outside of racing atmosphere. Because, the May 5 in this year in France was national holiday and in Le Mans finally established pretty good sunny weather, there were a lot of spectators wishing to get to the Le Mans track. On this occasion, the race organizers permitted for spectators visit paddock Moto GP and teams boxes.
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Moto GP Le Mans 2016
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Although it is believed, that the most interesting things in MotoGP concentrated only on the track and no tour around paddock will give viewers so much exciting moments, several thousand motor sports fans came to see what goes on behind the scenes of MotoGP France 2016.
An impressive number of fans immediately filled the entire space around of Movistar Yamaha Factory Racing team boxes, with the hope to see their idol Valentino Rossi in person. and to try to get the coveted autograph on a helmet.
A video shows ambiance of this day at Le Mans circuit Bugatti in front of Yamaha Factory team boxes. Valentino Rossi fans really want to see their hero.
One of the main differences of MotoGP from the other racing series is a huge amount of racing teams and boxes.
This is due to the fact that each stage includes three race classes: Royal MotoGP class and two younger Moto2 and Moto3. In previous years, the number of classes came to five.
However, many riders “hang” in Moto2 until the end of the career, showing decent results there, but never finding “loopholes” in the royal class.
Moto GP Photo Sessions
Many of the MotoGP teams used this day on Le Mans track for a photo session.
In the paddock, Moto GP photo sessions participated the famous MotoGP pilots, as well as maybe future stars from Moto2 and Moto3 classes.
World champion 2011 in Moto2 class – German driver Stefan Bradl from MotoGP Aprilia Racing Team.
Jorge Navarro – Estrella Galicia 0,0 Moto3 team
Englishman Sam Lowes from Federal Oil Moto2 team.
Unfortunately, numerous spectators could not see paddock Moto GP girls on this day)))
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