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Pramac: Bagnaia not guaranteed factory bike in 2019

Pramac Ducati team boss Franco Guidotti says giving Francesco Bagnaia a latest-spec MotoGP bike for his rookie season in 2019 could be “counterproductive”. Moto2 rider Bagnaia, who scored his first win in the intermediate class last month in Qatar, will step up to MotoGP next year with Pramac on a two-year deal made directly with Ducati. The Valentino Rossi protege effectively replaces Danilo Petrucci, who confirmed prior to the season that 2018 will be his final campaign at Pramac as he seeks a factory ride at Ducati or elsewhere for 2019. However, Guidotti says this doesn't necessarily mean that Bagnaia will take over Pramac's current-spec Ducati, saying that such a move may not make...
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