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Andalusian GP made Pramac's Bagnaia a 'fully-fledged MotoGP rider'

Francesco Bagnaia says his strong Andalusian Grand Prix weekend has made him feel like a "fully-fledged MotoGP rider", after a technical issue cost him a maiden podium. The Pramac rider was top Ducati runner in qualifying after securing his first front row start in third, and found himself in second spot after passing the struggling factory Yamahas of Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales mid-race. Bagnaia managed to open up a gap of 2.4 seconds by lap 19 before being forced to pull out when his GP20 started smoking. Having gone well at the Spanish GP last week, Bagnaia's form comes at an opportune time as Ducati is yet to finalise its line-ups at its works squad and Pramac for...
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