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2014 MotoGP Le Mans Photo Gallery

Check out photos from Round 5 of the 2014 MotoGP World Championship in the 2014 MotoGP Le Mans photo gallery.

Jorge Lorenzo getting comfortable at Le Mans during Free Practice.
Dani Pedrosa returned to action at Le Mans after undergoing arm pump surgery 10 days earlier.
“I’m not happy about today, especially this afternoon," said Valentino Rossi after Free Practice at Le Mans. "I wasn’t able to be strong and near the top. I have a lot of problems with the bike especially in acceleration, I have a big problem to open the throttle because the bike is very nervous."
Andrea Dovisizo finished eighth in MotoGP Free Practice at Le Mans.
Cal Crutchlow continued to struggle to find a positive direction with his machine during Free Practice at Le Mans.
Alvaro Baustia was pleased with his pace during Free Practice at Le Mans, finishing third-fastest.
Andrea Iannone nearly outpaced Marquez during the final practice session at Le Mans, finishing 0.007 behind the Repsol rider.
Bradley Smith suffered a crash early in practice at Le Mans but bounced back and finished fourth-fastest in the afternoon session.
Tech 3 Yamaha's Pol Espargaro takes advantage of a photo op at Le Mans with the Monster Energy Girls.
Can't get enough of the Monster Energy Girls at Le Mans.
Nicky Hayden finished 14th on the timesheet after Free Practice at Le Mans.
Marquez is running well ahead of the pack, particularly in qualifying at Le Mans when the closest competitor was more than six tenths off the defending champ's pace.
Dovi at Le Mans during the first day on track.
Stefan Bradl back on track after arm pump surgery.
Marquez extended his streak of perfection to five, at least in qualifying, and he seized pole position for French GP.
Marquez flanked by fellow Row 1 starters, Tech 3 Yamaha's Pol Espargaro and factory Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso.
It was a hectic start at Le Mans, which saw Andrea Dovizioso take the early lead.
Marc Marquez finally made the move on Valentino Rossi for the lead mid-race, holding there for his fifth-consecutive race win.
Valentino Rossi commanded the front for a period early in the race, prior to losing the lead to Marquez.