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Nakagami frustrated to lose maiden rostrum after ‘compromised' Styrian GP restart

Takaaki Nakagami says he is “very disappointed” to miss out on a debut MotoGP rostrum after running out of fresh tyres for the restarted Styrian Grand Prix. The LCR Honda rider continued to display great speed at the Red Bull Ring following his solid sixth place from the Austrian GP last weekend, the Japanese racer qualifying a career-best second for Sunday’s Styrian contest. He ran third for most of the encounter in the leading group of three also comprised of the leading Joan Mir’s Suzuki as well as Pramac Ducati’s Jack Miller, who Nakagami passed for second shortly before the red flags were shown after Maverick Vinales crashed out at Turn 1 after losing his brakes. Much like...
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