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Quartararo expects Ducati fightback after tough Aragon GP Friday

MotoGP championship leader Fabio Quartararo expects Ducati to bounce back from its difficult Friday at the Aragon Grand Prix and is wary of its "big potential". Petronas SRT rider Quartararo ended Friday's running at Aragon second overall, 0.249 seconds off the pace of works Yamaha counterpart Maverick Vinales. No Ducati rider made it into the top 10 on Friday, with the best-placed GP20 runner Andrea Dovizioso 1.2s off the pace in 13th behind the Avintia duo of Johann Zarco and Tito Rabat, as they all struggled with the cold and windy conditions. Dovizioso, who admitted after Friday's running that he was "worried" about his Q2 prospects, has been on the podium at Aragon...
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