Yamaha MotoGP rider Jorge Lorenzo of Spain rides his motorcycle during the fourth free practice session of the French Grand Prix at the Le Mans circuit, in Le Mans, France May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
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LE MANS: France: Spain's two-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo won his second successive MotoGP Sunday when he took the French race for the fifth time in his career at the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans.Rossi, bidding for a 10th world title, is on 102 points and leads Lorenzo by 15 points with Dovizioso third on 83 .Two-time defending champion Marc Marquez fell further behind Rossi in the title race as he finished fourth only just getting the better of Italy's Andrea Iannone, who was riding with a dislocated shoulder. Marquez got off to a terrible start being pushed out wide on the first turn by Iannone and fell from pole to fourth spot with Lorenzo assuming the lead followed by Dovizioso.Rossi by contrast made a great start and overtook Marquez with two laps gone to move into fourth.The front four of Lorenzo, Dovizioso, Iannone and Rossi opened up a gap on the rest led by Bradley Smith of four seconds with eight laps gone.
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