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MotoGP podium finisher De Angelis retires from racing

Ex-MotoGP challenger Alex De Angelis has announced he will retire from professional motorcycle racing at the end of the 2020 season. De Angelis-who currently competes in the MotoE World Cup with Pramac- announced his decision to retire in a press release on Thursday morning ahead of the MotoE season finale at Le Mans. The San Marino native says it is “absolutely not easy” to quit the grand prix racing paddock after a career that spans over two decades back to 1999, adding that he has “no regrets” over his “incredible” career. 'Saying goodbye to the MotoGP tracks, to the paddock, to my colleagues and everything that was my home for twenty years is absolutely not easy. The most...
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