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Dovizioso: Missed MotoGP titles in 2017-2019 don't feel like a loss

Andrea Dovizioso says the MotoGP titles he missed out on between 2017 and 2019 doesn't "feel like we lost", given how he started his career with Ducati in 2013. Dovizioso announced last week he will be taking a sabbatical in 2021 after failing to secure any option within MotoGP that kept the door open for a return in 2022. Making his MotoGP debut in 2008, Dovizioso has won 15 races in his time on Honda and Ducati machinery, and finished runner-up in the championship to Marc Marquez on three occasions from 2017 to 2019. His first season with Ducati in 2013 proved difficult, the Italian only managing two top-five finishes on a largely uncompetitive package. The 2020 campaign has...
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