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Nakagami misses MotoGP podium, but sets sights on 2021 title fight

A debut MotoGP podium, and potentially race victory, slipped through Takaaki Nakagami's fingers on more than one occasion in 2020. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE The most obvious example was at the second Aragon event, which Nakagami dominated practice and qualifying only to fall from the lead on the opening lap. A mistake also cost him a shot at victory in the second Valencia race, where the LCR Honda rider crashed as he passed Pol Espargaro for third, with 10 laps still to go and having closed to within 2.3s of race leader Franco Morbidelli. Out of Nakagami's hands was the red flag while holding second place in Austria, after which he slipped to a close seventh...
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