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Bagnaia credits improved braking technique for ‘incredible' debut MotoGP podium

Francesco Bagnaia says that an improved method of braking with his Ducati explains his drastically improved form compared to his underwhelming rookie 2019 campaign, culminating in a first podium at Misano. Bagnaia finished second in the San Marino Grand Prix, the Pramac satellite Ducati racer holding off a charging Joan Mir’s Suzuki in the closing laps to finish 2.2 seconds behind Petronas SRT race winner Franco Morbidelli. The ’18 Moto2 world champion’s impressive result comes after an up-and-down year so far having displayed strong speed at the season opening Spanish and Andalucian GP’s at Jerez, Bagnaia robbed of second in the latter event due to an engine failure in the closing...
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