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Quartararo leads MotoGP into Mugello, Vinales 'our time will come'

Briefly ousted by Francesco Bagnaia at Jerez, Fabio Quartararo is back in the MotoGP world championship lead by a single point heading into this weekend's Italian round. The Frenchman regained the top spot in the title race with third in mixed weather conditions at his home Le Mans round, crossing the line one place ahead of the Ducati rider. But the Mugello circuit, absent from last year's Covid calendar, has been ruled by Desmosedicis for the previous three events and the long straight is likely to expose Yamaha's top speed deficit more than ever. "Realistically speaking, we always expect the Italian GP to be a hard-fought race," said team director Massimo Meregalli. "We...
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